Ben and Rose Savaiko

The Savaikos' Story

There are almost 2,000 languages spoken in the world today without any Scripture in them. The Savaikos desire to bring the Word of God to unreached people groups who have no access to Scripture in their own language. Ben and Rose have served in Dodoma, Tanzania, since 2013, with Wycliffe Bible Translators, and have a son named Judah. Ben serves as the operations coordinator, and Rose serves as a translation advisor for two language projects, both of which have no Scripture in their language yet.

Their ministry budget is fully dependent on raising financial support, so they greatly appreciate any and all gifts and cherish your partnership and support in bringing Scripture to those who do not yet have it in their native language.

About Tanzania

Tanzania is more than twice the size of California, and Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa with an elevation of 19,341 feet. Tanzania’s median age is 17.3 years old, and the country is ranked fourth in the world for deaths due to HIV/AIDS. Agriculture includes coffee, sisal, tea, cotton, cashew nuts, tobacco, cloves, corn, wheat, bananas, cattle, sheep and goats, while the industry includes agricultural processing, mining, oil refining and more.