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PEID: 16977

ROP: 105247

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Affinity Group: American Peoples

Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans

People Cluster: South American Indigenous

Language: Korubo - (xor)

Alternate Name(s): Uncontacted of Quixito, Caceteiros, Isolados do Itaquaí, Isolados do Quixito, Mandawaka-Korubo, Mayá, Mayo

Primary Religion: Ethnoreligion

Country: Brazil

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Population: 500

Global Population: 500

PEID: 16977

ROP: 105247

Progress of the Gospel: Unengaged and Unreached

Global Status of Evangelical Christianity: No Evangelicals, Churches or Resources

Overview: The Korubo of Brazil, numbering 500, are Unengaged and Unreached. They are part of the South American Indigenous people cluster within the Latin-Caribbean Americans affinity bloc. This people group is only found in Brazil. Their primary language is Korubo. The primary religion practiced by the Korubo is ethnoreligion. Ethnoreligion is deeply rooted in a people's ethnic identity and conversion essentially equates to cultural assimilation.

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