Iou language

Language name: Iou
GRN Language Number: 2012
ROD Dialect Code: 02012
ISO Language Name: Suau [swp]

Audio recordings available in Iou

These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.

Words of Life

(Download Words of Life MP3 in Iou) Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that may include songs and music. They explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Same both sides. (C16111).

Where Iou is spoken

Papua New Guinea

Dialects related to Iou

There are 11 similar spoken languages or dialects which share the same ISO language code as Iou.

Amoli
Lausaha
Maisafana
Sagaho & Savaia
Suau: Bona Bona
Suau: Bonarua
Suau: Dahuni
Suau: Daui
Suau Group
Suau: Leileiafa
Suau: Sinaki

Information about Iou

Other information: Understand Tok Pisin; Some Christians.

Work with GRN on this language

Are you passionate about Jesus and communicating the Christian gospel to those who have never heard the Bible message in their heart language? Are you a mother tongue speaker of this language or do you know someone who is? Would you like to help us by researching or providing information about this language, or help us find someone who can help us translate or record it? Would you like to sponsor recordings in this or any other language? If so, please Contact the GRN Language Hotline.

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