• PEOPLE CLUSTER: GUARANI


QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 51

Population: 7,656,950

Unreached people groups: 23

UPG population: 56,850

Unengaged UPGs: 16

UUPG population: 24,975

Number of countries: 6


Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans

Overview: The Guarani are a group of culturally related indigenous peoples of South America, distinguished from the related Tupi by their use of the Guarani language.

Peoples within this cluster: Amanaye; Amundava; Anambe; Apiak√°; Arawete; Asurini, Tocantins; Asurini, Xingu; Ava-Canoeiro; Brazilian Guarani; Diahoi; Enlhet; Enxet; Guaja; Guajajara; Guarani, Eastern Bolivian; Guarani, Western Bolivian; Guarayu; Kaiwa; Kamayura; Kayabi; Kinikinao, Guana; Kokama; Omagua; Paraguayan Guarani; Parakana; Parintintin-Tenharim; Pitaguari; Potiguara; Poturu; Siriono; Surui; Surui do Para; Tapirape; Tembe; Tenharim; Tupinamba; Tupinikin; Uraparaquara; Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau; Urubu; Yakarawakta; Yuracare

Countries where they are found: Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Colombia; Paraguay; Peru


People groups: 51

Population: 7,656,950

Unreached people groups: 23

UPG population: 56,850

Unengaged UPGs: 16

UUPG population: 24,975

Number of countries: 6