Yaminahua
Indigenous Group Yaminahua (Also known as: Yaminawa, Jaminawá, Yuminahua, Yamanawa) Subgroups: Masronahua (Masrodawa), Nishinahua (Nishidawa), Chitonahua (Chitodawa), Shaonahua (Shaodawa).
Location Peru, Huacapishtea and Mapuya. Chitonahua at the headwaters of the Embira River
Estimated Population 750 (2003, SIL International)
Environment Tropical / Rainforest
Lifestyle Nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Fishing / Hunting / Lumber Sales / Animal Husbandry
Level of Assimilation Traditional
Language Family Yaminahua
Classification: Panoan, South-Central, Yaminahua-Sharanahua
Alternative Names: Yaminawa, Jaminawá, Yuminahua, Yamanawa

Dialects: Yaminahua, Chitonahua (Morunahua, Moronahua, Foredafa, Horudahua, Horunahua). Closest to Sharanahua.
Website URLs Ethnologue Report
Socioambiental, Yaminawa
Andean Travelweb, Article : Yine Project
Redbook, Endangered Languages in South America
Peruecologico
Ile Peru
PBS, Article: The People of Manu
NGOs Amazon Watch
Selvasperu
UNEP-WCMC
FENAMAD (Federacion Nativa Madre de Dios)
World Rainforest Movement
TSEMIN