Making inroads with a Muslim neighborhood through community classes.
With a population of about 164 million people, Bangladesh is one of the most unreached countries in the world, with 88 percent of people being Sunni Muslims and another 10 percent being Hindu.
The country’s official state religion is Islam, and although they have laws to uphold religious freedom, cases of harassment and violence toward non-Muslim individuals or organizations are frequently reported.
The potential danger hasn’t stopped World Challenge partners who want to offer relief and education to those caught in desperate poverty.
One partner* describes his experience: