Chorote, Eklenjuy
Indigenous Group Chorote, Eklenjuy (Also known as: Chorote, Iyojwa’ja, Chorote, Iyowaja, Choroti, Yofuaha)
Location Argentina, Jumps, Salta, Formosa, Gran Chaco, Pilocmayo River
Estimated Population 2,617 (2004, National Institute of Statistics and Census)
Environment Tropical / Rainforest / Jungle / Riverside
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Fishing / Hunter / Agriculture / Gatherer
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Chorote, Iyojwaja
Classification: Mataco-Guaicuru, Mataco
Alternative names: Choroti, Yofuaha, Eklenjuy
Website URLs Survival of an Endangered Vernacular in a Bilingual Minority Group
Indigenous People in Argentina
Ethnologue: Chorote, Iyojwa’ja, A Language of Argentina
Matako-Waikuru Family - Chorotí Language
NGOs Asociación Indígena de la República Argentina / Indigenous Association of Argentina (AIRA)
Pan American Health Organisation
Tearfund
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