• PEOPLE CLUSTER: BANTU, EAST-COASTAL


QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 15

Population: 5,354,500

Unreached people groups: 13

UPG population: 3,014,000

Unengaged UPGs: 2

UUPG population: 769,000

Number of countries: 2


Affinity Bloc: Sub-Saharan African

Overview: Bantu refers to a large, complex linguistic grouping of peoples in Africa. The East-Coastal Bantu people cluster encompasses more than twenty-five ethnic groups clustered along the coast of Kenya and Tanzania. Largest among these groups are the Giriama of Kenya and the Luguru of Tanzania.

Peoples within this cluster: Bondei; Digo; Doe; Giriama; Kami; Kutu; Kwere; Luguru; Makwe; Malakote; Nguu; Pokomo, Lower; Pokomo, Upper; Segeju; Zigwa

Countries where they are found: Kenya; Tanzania


People groups: 15

Population: 5,354,500

Unreached people groups: 13

UPG population: 3,014,000

Unengaged UPGs: 2

UUPG population: 769,000

Number of countries: 2