Gospel for Asia brings aid and hope to 'untouchables'

April 24, 2014

Out of the population of 1.2 billion in India, 300,000,000 are known as Dalits, or untouchables, who are considered less than animals. Gospel for Asia is giving them hope through Christ and meeting their other considerable needs. Ninety percent of those children would not get an education in any other way than through sponsorship. K.P. Yohannan heads the organization.

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