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Guinea-Bissau, West Africa
Population: 1,815,698
Chief of State: President José Mário Vaz
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Aristides Gomes
Christians: 11.5%
Evangelical Christians: 1.8%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 54.27 Years
Literacy Rate: 55.3%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Guinea-Bissau: 8,807

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The UN Security Council commended Guinea-Bissau on its legislative elections held in March this year, and expressed hope that its presidential elections this month will be equally successful. They called for all stakeholders to work together to deliver a “free, fair, timely, inclusive and credible election”. They exhorted the government to continue its progress towards carrying “the country out of its past and into a stronger, more stable, more democratic future”. Let us agree with these words in prayer, blessing Guinea Bissau with stability.

Pray that the Kingdom of God will find fertile soil and that the Church will grow (The Bible, Matthew 16:18).

Preparing for elections in Guinea Bissau (UK government)

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Guinea-Bissau, West Africa
Population: 1,815,698
Chief of State: President José Mário Vaz
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Aristides Gomes
Christians: 11.5%
Evangelical Christians: 1.8%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 54.27 Years
Literacy Rate: 55.3%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Guinea-Bissau: 8,807

Pray4Guinea-Bissau Facebook Page
The UN Security Council commended Guinea-Bissau on its legislative elections held in March this year, and expressed hope that its presidential elections this month will be equally successful. They called for all stakeholders to work together to deliver a “free, fair, timely, inclusive and credible election”. They exhorted the government to continue its progress towards carrying “the country out of its past and into a stronger, more stable, more democratic future”. Let us agree with these words in prayer, blessing Guinea Bissau with stability.

Pray that the Kingdom of God will find fertile soil and that the Church will grow (The Bible, Matthew 16:18).

Preparing for elections in Guinea Bissau (UK government)