Kazakhstan is a Central Asian country that extends from the Caspian Sea to the Altai Mountains. 5.3% of the population lives below the national poverty line. However, it is a stable, upper-middle-income country. It ranked 70th out of 163 countries when it comes to safety.
There are around 72 people groups in Kazakhstan. Of those, 36 (50%) are unreached.
There is an estimated population of 19,124,000. Of those, 14,429,000 (75.4%) are unreached.
The largest religion is Islam (53.5%). There are around 13.66% Christians, with around 0.59% of Evangelical Christians.
The annual Evangelical growth rate is 3.5%. It is ranked 47th in the persecution ranking. 52% of Kazakhs are Sunni Muslims. Families and communities persecute Christians. It is in the 10/40 Window.