• PEOPLE CLUSTER: BUNGKU-BAJAU

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People groups: 14

Population: 329,525

Unreached people groups: 10

UPG population: 293,825

Unengaged UPGs: 8

UUPG population: 46,325

Number of countries: 1


Affinity Bloc: Malay Peoples

Overview: Bungku-Tolaki is the name assigned to a family of 15 Austronesian languages spoken primarily on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. Intermingled among the people who speak these languages are the Indonesian Bajau. Together these peoples form the Bungku-Bajau people cluster.

Peoples within this cluster: Bahonsuai; Bajau; Bungku; Kaimbulawa; Koroni; Lemolang; Mori Atas; Moronene; Padoe; Rahambuu; Taluki; Tomadino; Tulambatu; Waru

Countries where they are found: Indonesia


People groups: 14

Population: 329,525

Unreached people groups: 10

UPG population: 293,825

Unengaged UPGs: 8

UUPG population: 46,325

Number of countries: 1