Indigenous Group Nanti (Also known as: Cogapacori, Kogapakori)
Location Peru, Headwaters of the Camisea and Timpia rivers
Estimated Population 380 (2002, Beir)
Habitat Tropical Jungle
Lifestyle Semi-Nomadic
Subsistence Hunter / Gatherer / Fishing / Animal Husbandry
Level of Assimilation Nearly Untouched
and Language
Classification: Arawakan, Maipuran, Southern Maipuran, Pre-Andine
Alternate names: Cogapacori, Kogapakori
Dialects: Language is most closely related to Machiguenga, but they have remained separate
Website URLs Ethnologue
Tierramer ica
The UN’s List of Stories that The World Should Hear More About, 2004
Peacecorps Online
The Camisea Nanti
Status of the Reserva de Kugapacori y Nahua
Peru’s Pipe Dream is a Nightmare
The Camisea Gas Project and Forced Contact with Indigenous Peoples
NGOs: Cabeceras Aid Project
Amazon Watch
Environmental Defense