• PEOPLE CLUSTER: CHADIC

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QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 210

Population: 12,375,080

Unreached people groups: 111

UPG population: 4,606,855

Unengaged UPGs: 44

UUPG population: 775,580

Number of countries: 6


Affinity Bloc: Sub-Saharan African

Overview: The Chadic language family encompasses nearly 200 languages spoken across northern Nigeria, southern Niger, Southern Chad, Central African Republic, and northern Cameroon. Hausa, the most widely-spoken Chadic language is a separate people cluster. A majority of the people groups classified within the Chadic people cluster are less than 25,000 in population.

Peoples within this cluster: Afade; Ambandi; Angas; Bachama; Bade; Baldamu; Bana; Banana; Barein; Barke; Bata; Bedanga; Berguid; Bidio; Boghom; Boor; Budugum; Buduma; Buso; Buwal; Chadian, French-Speaking; Cuvok; Daba; Dangaleat; Dass; Deno; Dera, Kanakuru; Dghwede; Dirya; Dugwor; Duwai; Fali; Fali of Jilbu; Fali, South; Fiterya, Hwana; Fyer; Ga'anda, Mokar; Gabri; Gadang; Galambi; Gavar; Geji; Gera; Geruma; Gidar; Glavda; Goemai; Goundo; Gude; Gudu; Guduf; Gulfe; Guruntum; Gwandara; Hedi; Hina; Hya; Jara; Jarawan-Gar; Jegu; Jilbe; Jimbin; Jimi; Jimi; Jina; Jongor; Jorto; Ju; Kaba-Lai; Kado (Herde); Kajakse; Kamwe; Kapsiki; Karbo; Karekare; Karfa; Kariya; Kera; Kholok; Kilba; Kimre; Kir-Balar; Kirifi; Koenoem; Kofyar; Kotoko-Kuseri; Kotoko-Logone; Kubi; Kupto; Kushi; Kwami; Kwang; Kyibaku; Laamang; Lele; Mada; Mafa; Majera; Maka; Mandara; Mangas; Marba; Marghi Central; Masa; Maslam; Matal; Mawa; Mbara; Mbedam; Mboku; Mefele; Mere; Mesme; Mesmedje; Migaama; Miltu; Mire; Miya; Mofu, North; Mofu, South; Mogum; Mokoulou; Molokwo; Montol; Mousgoum; Mpade; Mubi; Muyang; Nancere; Ndam; Ndreme; Ngamo; Nggwahyi; Ngizim; Ngoshe Sama; Nguete; Ngwaba; Njen, Nzin; North Gisiga; Nzanyi; Pa'a; Panyam; Pero; Peve; Piti; Podoko; Polci; Pyapun; Ron; Saba; Sarwa; Saya; Sharwa; Siri; Sokoro; Somrai; South Giziga; South Marghi; Sukur; Sura; Tal; Tala; Tambas; Tangale; Terki; Tobanga; Torom; Tsagu; Tumak; Ubi; Vemgo-Mabas; Warji; Wedu; West Marghi; Wuzlam; Yiwom; Zangwal; Zari; Zeem; Zulgo

Countries where they are found: Cameroon; Chad; Niger; Nigeria; Sudan; United States


People groups: 210

Population: 12,375,080

Unreached people groups: 111

UPG population: 4,606,855

Unengaged UPGs: 44

UUPG population: 775,580

Number of countries: 6