• PEOPLE CLUSTER: ADAMAWA-UBANGI

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QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 157

Population: 12,566,165

Unreached people groups: 88

UPG population: 9,160,540

Unengaged UPGs: 28

UUPG population: 731,590

Number of countries: 9


Affinity Bloc: Sub-Saharan African

Overview: Adamawa-Ubangi is a family of languages spoken in West and Central Africa. The Adamawa branch includes 80-90 languages spoken mostly across the Adamawa Plateau in Nigeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic and Chad. The Ubangian branch includes some seventy languages, mostly found within the Central African Republic.

Peoples within this cluster: Ali; Amasi; Awak; Bambuka; Banda-Banda; Banda-Mbres; Banda Bambari; Banda, West Central; Bangwinji; Bari; Baya, Gbaya; Besme; Bolgo Durag; Bon Gula; Bonjo; Bua; Budu; Burak; Central African; Cham-Mwana, Dijim; Dadiya; Dai, Dari; Dama; Dek; Dii; Dirim; Dongo; Dowayayo; Dugun; Duupa; Gbanu; Gbaya-Bossangoa; Gbaya-Bouzum; Gbaya, Southwest; Gbi; Gengle; Gimme; Gimnime; Gobu; Golo; Gori; Gula Iro; Gwomu; Ibaali; Indri; Janjo; Kaligi; Kam; Kamo; Karang; Kari; Kim; Koke; Kolbila; Koma; Kpagua; Kpatili; Kugama; Kumba; Kuo; Lakka; Lamja; Lelau; Lo; Longuda; Lotsu-Piri; Mangaya; Mangbai; Manja; Mbangi; Mboi; Mbuku; Mbum; Mingang Doso; Mono, Mon-Non; Mubako; Mum, Bamun; Mumuye; Mundang; Mundu; Ndogo; Ngbaka; Ngbaka Mabo; Ngbaka Manza; Ngbandi; Ngbandi, Southern; Ngbugu; Ngombe; Ngombe; Nielim; Nimbari; Nimbari, Nyamnyam; North Fali; Nzakara; Nzakmbay; Pam; Pana; Passam; Roba; Sango; Sango Riverian; Sari; Sere; Suma; Tagbo; Teme; Togbo; Tuburi; Tula; Tunya; Vere; Waja; Woko; Wom; Yakoma; Yandang; Yangere; Yungur; Zan Gula

Countries where they are found: Cameroon; Central African Republic; Chad; Congo (Brazzaville); Congo (Kinshasa); Nigeria; South Sudan; Sudan; United States


People groups: 157

Population: 12,566,165

Unreached people groups: 88

UPG population: 9,160,540

Unengaged UPGs: 28

UUPG population: 731,590

Number of countries: 9