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PEID: 17096

ROP: 108743

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Affinity Group: American Peoples

Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans

People Cluster: South American Indigenous

Language: Sateré-Mawé - (mav)

Alternate Name(s): Sateré-Mawé, Maué, Mawé, Mabue, Maragua, Sataré, Andira, Arapium, Andirá, Sateré-Maué, arapiuns

Primary Religion: Ethnoreligion

Country: Brazil

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Population: 11,000

Global Population: 11,000

PEID: 17096

ROP: 108743

Progress of the Gospel: No Longer Unreached

Global Status of Evangelical Christianity: 10% or Greater Evangelical

Overview: The Satere of Brazil, numbering 11,000, are No Longer 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 Sateré-Mawé. The primary religion practiced by the Satere is ethnoreligion. Ethnoreligion is deeply rooted in a people's ethnic identity and conversion essentially equates to cultural assimilation.

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