Moni
Indigenous Group Moni (also known as: Migani, Djonggunu, Jonggunu)
Location Indonesia, Papua, Central highlands, 10 to 70 miles northeast of Lake Paniai
Estimated Population 25,000 (1996, Golden)
Environment Forested Mountains and Highlands
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunter / Gatherer
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language and
Language Family
Moni
Classification: Trans-New Guinea, Main Section, Central and Western, Wissel Lakes-Kemandoga, Ekari-Wolani-Moni
Alternate names: Migani, Djonggunu, Jonggunu

Dialects: Awembak (Awembiak)
Website URLs Ethnologue: Moni
Papuaweb – Moni women
Survival International – photo of Moni man
Papuaweb - The Ekagi-Wodani-Moni Language Family of West Irian
Greenleft Weekly, Article : Australia’s Role, Mining giants war on West Papau
NGOs Free West Papua Movement
Down to Earth
Free West Papua - Australia
TAPOL, The Indonesian Human Rights Campaign
Friends of the Earth International
Survival International
Mines & Communities