Kwaza
Indigenous Group Kwaza (Also known as: Kwazá, Koaiá, Koaya, Coaiá, Quaia, Tsãrã csinuténaher, Tsãrã csuhuinaheré)
Location Brazil, Rondônia State, Tubarão-Latundê Indigenous Land, Pimenta Bueno River area, Chupinguaia
Estimated Population 25 (1998, Instituto Socioambiental)
Environment Rainforest
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Hunting / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Assimilated
Language Family Kwazá (Nearly Extinct)
Classification: Unclassified
Alternate Names: Koaiá

Tubarão
Classification: Arawakan, Maipuran, Northern Maipuran, Unclassified
Alternate Names: Aikanã, Wari, Uari, Corumbiara, Kolumbiara, Huari
Dialects: Masaká (Massaca)
Website URLs Indigenous People in Brazil: Kwazá
Ethnologue: Tubarão, A Language of Brazil
Grammar of Kwaza: Linguist List
Ethnologue Map: Languages of Brazil
NGOs Foundation for Endangered Languages
Massaká Association of the Aikanã, Latundê and Kuazá Indigenous Peoples
Proteção Ambiental Cacoalense (PACA)