The networking information that Joshua Project shares includes a basic statistical summary of a people group and a listing of 'non-secure' individuals and agencies focusing on the same people. The activity level and contact information is included. If you or your group has need of contact data, please follow the procedure below:
1. Use of Data:
Explain how you plan to use the contact information and your own commitment to the people group. We generally do not release the data to those not also committed to the people. Please register your commitment of adoption, church planting, advocacy etc.
2. Your Contact Information:
As a part of our screening process, we will need your full name, agency name (if applicable), mailing address, phone, and email. We prefer, when practical, to mail the data directly to your agency and allow them to forward it to you. If you represent an agency, church or organization, please provide their name and address, phone and email if different from your address on the registration form.
3. Your Reference:
Please also provide us with a reference, preferably an agency or someone who may be known to us in the missions community. If you do not have a missions-related reference, please provide the name of a local church. We will not check references or release data without: the reference person, church or agency's agency name, mailing address, phone and email addresses. An email address alone is inadequate. We will not give security clearance if we are unable to verify your reference.
4. People Group Name:
Make sure you identify the people group and country(s) of your interest. Registering using the button on the bottom of the appropriate people group profile will insert the proper people name and country on the registration form.
5. Submit Request:
Submit your request to Joshua Project Networking Coordinator using the online form or email [email protected].
Contact data is only for networking related to specific people groups and is not to be published, displayed or used for personal fund raising. Thank you for understanding data sensitivities.