• PEOPLE CLUSTER: TIBETAN


QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 64

Population: 7,425,850

Unreached people groups: 62

UPG population: 7,413,150

Unengaged UPGs: 25

UUPG population: 203,550

Number of countries: 10


Affinity Bloc: Tibetan / Himalayan Peoples

Overview: Of the 90 million individuals who belong to the Tibetan family of peoples, most live as minorities in countries where they have no political power. Only in Bhutan and Myanmar do Tibetan peoples constitute a majority. Nevertheless, Tibetans and their Buddhist religion have a high profile worldwide.

  -- Patrick Johnstone, The Future of the Global Church, p. 219

Peoples within this cluster: Amdo, Hbrogpa; Baima; Balti; Beda; Bolozi; Bonan, Tongren; Bunan; Chaudangsi; Darmiya; Ergong; Ghale, Northern; Guiqiong; Gurung, Eastern; Gurung, Nepali; Hsifan; Humla Bhotia; Jiarong, Chabao; Jiarong, Situ; Jiarong, Southern; Khampa; Khampa, Eastern; Kyerung; Ladakhi; Lhomi; Luzu; Manyak; Minyak; Monba, Medog; Nachering; Namuyi; Nubra; Olangchung Gola; Pumi; Queyu; Shixing; Spiti Bhoti; Tibetan, Boyu; Tibetan, Central; Tibetan, Heishui; Tibetan, Jone; Tibetan, Nghari; Tibetan, Zhugqu; Ticherong; Tseku; Wutun; Xiangcheng; Za; Zangskar; Zhaba

Countries where they are found: Bhutan; Canada; China; India; Myanmar; Nepal; Pakistan; Sweden; Taiwan; United States


People groups: 64

Population: 7,425,850

Unreached people groups: 62

UPG population: 7,413,150

Unengaged UPGs: 25

UUPG population: 203,550

Number of countries: 10