The Musgum Bible 

The Musgum people first had contact with the Bible in the 1930s. Their great interest in it led to missionaries translating the New Testament into their language. The need for the translation of the entire Bible was not very long in coming. The Bible Society carried out a feasibility study, and the project was launched in 2004. In 2006, it was temporarily suspended as the co-ordinator left to undertake further studies. Another translator assumed responsibility for the project in April 2007, and the project is underway once more. (Project No 73327)