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Cavinena
Indigenous Group Cavinena (Also known as: Cavineña, Cavina)
Location Bolivia, Beni, Pando, Vaca Diez, Ballivian, Madre de Dios, Manuripi, Santa Fosa, Gonzalo Moreno, Reyes Manuripi, Madre de Dios, Baqueti
Estimated Population 1,677 (2003, Amazonia Boliviana)
Environment Tropical Rainforest
Lifestyle Semi-nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Gatherers / Paid Labor
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Cavinena
Classification: Tacana, Araona-Tacana, Cavinena-Tacana, Cavinena
Website URLs Nuts in the World System: Indigenous Peoples, Control, and Commodity Production in the Bolivian Amazon
Linguistic map of Bolivia
Amazonia Boliviana: Cavineño
Ethnologue: Cavineña, A Language of Bolivia
NGOs CIPOAP: Central Indígena de los Pueblos Originarios de la Amazonía de Pando
International Service - CIPOAP CIRABO
PRODESIB: Project of Sustainable Development of the Indigenous Towns of the Beni

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