Flores, Sumba, and Alor are three of the four major islands that comprise the East Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia. The fourth major island is Timor, which is a separate people cluster. Diversity of language characterizes the people groups assigned to the Flores-Sumba-Alor people cluster, but aside from the large Manggarai people group that follows Sunni Islam, most of the groups on these islands are predominantly Christian.
Peoples within this cluster:
Abui; Anakalangu; Bati; Belagar; Ende; Kabola; Kafoa; Kedangese; Kelong; Keo; Kepo'; Kodi; Kolana-Wersin; Komodo; Kui; Lamaholot; Lamboya; Lamma; Li'o; Mambora; Manggarai; Nedebang; Ngada; Palue; Rembong; Riung; Sabu; Saluan, Coastal; Sikkanese; So'a; Sumba; Tewa; Wanukaka; Wewewa; Woisika
Countries where they are found:
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: