Guarani
 
Indigenous Group Guarani (Also known as: Simba, Simba Guarani, Izoceno, Sava)
Location Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Chuquisaca y Tarija, Cordillera, Luis Calvo, Hernando Siles, O'Connor, Gran Chaco, Lagunillas, Cuevo, Charagua, Cabezas
Estimated Population 133,393 (2002, Amazonia Boliviana)
Environment Tropical / Lowland / Interfluvial
Lifestyle Semi-nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunter / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Guarani, Western Bolivian
Classification: Tupi, Tupi-Guarani, Subgroup I
Alternate names: Simba, Simba Guarani

Guarani, Eastern Bolivian
Classification: Tupi, Tupi-Guarani, Subgroup I
Alternate Names: Chiriguano
Dialects: Izoceno (Izocenio), Ava
Website URLs Amazonia Boliviana: Guarani
Ethnologue: Languages of Bolivia
Bolivia and Human Rights
Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas
The rapid appraisal of a knowledge system : the health system of Guarani Indians in Bolivia
Natural Gas Dispute Sees Awakening of the Guaranm
Mapping the Izozog in Bolivia
Lenguas Amerindias: Chiriguano
Simba glimpses
NGOs APG (Asemblea del Pueblo Guaranm)
IBIS
TEKO Guaranm (Taller de Educacisn y Comunicacisn Guaranm)
Friends of the Earth - Bolivia
Centre for Regional Studies of Tarija (CER-DET)
Fundacisn DesdelChaco