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Southeast Asia Least Reached Peoples by Nations
Reached Progress by Nation? Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
SE Asia’s 642 Least Reached Peoples? Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Brunei TOP 5 Largest Brunei’s 28 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Cambodia TOP 5 Largest Cambodia’s 40 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
East Timor TOP 5 Largest East Timor’s 24 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Indonesia TOP 5 Largest Indonesia’s 774 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Laos TOP 5 Largest Laos’ 147 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Malaysia TOP 5 Largest Malaysia’s 183 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Myanmar TOP 5 Largest Myanmar’s 137 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Philippines TOP 5 Largest The Philippines’ 190 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Singapore TOP 5 Largest Singapore’s 51 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Thailand TOP 5 Largest Thailand’s 109 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
Vietnam TOP 5 Largest Vietnam’s 118 Peoples No. of Peoples Based on Joshua Project data 2007, www.joshuaproject.net
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