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Fast Facts:
  • Languages (No. of speakers): Tampuan (31,000); Krung (20,000); Brao (35,000)

  • Christians: <3%

  • Location: Southeast Asia**

  • Project start date: 2015

  • Expected completion: Beyond 2025 (Tampuan); 2024 (Krung); 2026 (Brao)


Long-term Goals:
  • Translate the New Testament and portions of the Old Testament into Tampuan and Brao; Krung – NT only.

  • Facilitate Scripture engagement and literacy activities by other partners.


The Hanecam project comprises 3 language groups who are farmers in the highlands of a Southeast Asian country. An animistic society, the people appease the spirits with animal sacrifices and food taboos. Many adopt aspects of Buddhism.

Christianity was first introduced in 1995. Hanecam Christians have abandoned animal sacrifice, divination and other aspects of animism in their daily lives. Currently fewer than 3% of the Hanecam people are Christian.

* For security reasons, pseudonyms are used for the language name and names of individuals.

** The exact location is confidential. Prior approval is required for further reproduction or distribution in any form.


Project updates:


Apr 2024 - Hanecam
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Jan 2024 - Hanecam
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Nov 2023 - Hanecam
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Jul 2023 - Hanecam
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