In November 2012, Wycliffe stated that parts of the Bible are available in 2,798 languages out of the 6,877 known languages, and that there are currently 518 languages with a complete Bible translation. At least 5 billion people (71% of the world's population) have access to a full Bible translation in their native language. Wycliffe added that a further 595 million (8.5% of the world's population), representing 1,275 languages, have at least the New Testament in their first language. An additional 1,005 languages (almost 20% of the world's population) were reported to have at least one book of the Bible available. By September 2012, personnel from participating Bible translation organizations were involved in 2,075 language programs.