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Chad, Central Africa
Population: 11,631,000
Chief of State: President Idriss Déby
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Kalzeubet Pahimi Deubet
Christians: 35.8%
Evangelical Christians: 11.0%
Dominant Religion: Sufi Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 49.44 Years
Literacy Rate: 35.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 80%
Refugees Living in Chad: 505,067

Pray4Chad Facebook Page

A state of emergency has been in place in three of the nation’s provinces since August this year. Increased fighting between rival ethnic groups is the reason the Chadian parliament voted to extend the state of emergency. Chadian armed forces are heavily committed to the fight against Islamic extremism in the region, causing it to be under equipped to deal with this newer state of emergency.

Pray for wisdom for authorities.
Bless the affected ethnic groups with peacemakers who will speak loudly for the return of law and order (The Bible, Matthew 5:9).

Chad Extends State of Emergency in 3 Provinces by 4 Months (VOA)

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Chad, Central Africa
Population: 11,631,000
Chief of State: President Idriss Déby
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Kalzeubet Pahimi Deubet
Christians: 35.8%
Evangelical Christians: 11.0%
Dominant Religion: Sufi Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 49.44 Years
Literacy Rate: 35.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 80%
Refugees Living in Chad: 505,067

Pray4Chad Facebook Page

A state of emergency has been in place in three of the nation’s provinces since August this year. Increased fighting between rival ethnic groups is the reason the Chadian parliament voted to extend the state of emergency. Chadian armed forces are heavily committed to the fight against Islamic extremism in the region, causing it to be under equipped to deal with this newer state of emergency.

Pray for wisdom for authorities.
Bless the affected ethnic groups with peacemakers who will speak loudly for the return of law and order (The Bible, Matthew 5:9).

Chad Extends State of Emergency in 3 Provinces by 4 Months (VOA)