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The Berbers are the original inhabitants of North Africa, having lived in Africa since around 3000 BC. There are many scattered tribes of Berber people across Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. About 99 percent of Berbers follow another major world religion, and less than 0.5 percent are Evangelical Christians. The Berber language comes from the Roman term for barbarians.

TWR’s Berber Ministry broadcasts specific programs for North Africa, using major Berber languages (Kabyle, Tamazight and Tarifit) to reach listeners in their heart language. Only with your help can TWR continue to broadcast these vital programs to the Berber people. Please prayerfully consider how God could use you and your resources in his Kingdom today. Click here to learn more about TWR's Berber radio programs.