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Chiricoa
 
Indigenous Group Chiricoa (Also known as: Cuiva, Cuiba-Wámonae)
Location Colombia, Eastern Columbia, Aruaca Department, Orinoco Region, High Ele River.
Estimated Population 173 (2001, IOM )
Environment Lowland / Savannah
Lifestyle Semi-nomadic
Subsistence Hunter / Gatherer / Fishing / Agriculture
Level of Assimilation Nearly Untouched
Language Family Cuiba
Classification: Guahiban
Alternate names: Cuiva, Cuiba-Wámonae
Dialects: Chiricoa, Masiware (Masiguare), Chiripo (Wupiwi, Siripu), Yarahuuraxi-Capanapara, Mayayero, Mochuelo-Casanare-Cuiba, Tampiwi (Mariposas), Amaruwa (Amorua)
Website URLs Ethnologue: Cuiba, A Language of Colombia
Indigenous Communities of Colombia
Indigenous Peoples In Colombia
Colombia: Contemporary Trends
Etnias de Colombia: Chiricoa
Cultural Survival Projects: FUNCOL
Aruaca Department, Wikipedia
The Indigenous Resguardos of Colombia
NGOs Organizacion Nacional Indigena de Colombia (ONIC)
The GAIA Foundation
Etnias de Colombia
International Organization for Migration (OIM)
Cultural Survival
Guiana Shield Initiative (GNI)

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