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Ein Besuch bei den EmbaraVisit the Embara TribeDas indigene Volk der Embera (Ember) lebt in Kolumbien und Panama und gehrt zur Sprachfamilie der Choc.Es besteht in Kolumbien aus den folgenden Gruppen: Embera del Baudo, Ro Atrato, Gemeinde Jurad, Departamento Choc Chami, am Oberlauf des Ro San Juan, Risaralda, Ro Garrapata und Ro Sanquinini im Valle del Cauca, Cristiania und la Sucia, Antioquia Katio, Nordwesten von Antioquia, Ituango, sowie am Oberlauf von Ro Sinu und Ro Verde in Crdoba Eperara Siapidara, am Ro Saija, Rio Lpez de Micay, Ro Cauca und Ro El Charco, Ro Olaya Herrera in Nario sowie am Ro Naya, Rio Buenaventura im Valle del CaucaIn den 79 Resguardos mit einer Flche von 1.497.134 ha leben 71.412 Personen. Diese sind auf die Departments von Antioquia, Caldas, Risaralda, Valle del Cauca, Cauca, Nario, Putumayo und Caquet verteilt.The EmberaWounaan is a semi-nomadic indigenous people in Panama, living in the province of Darien at the shores of the Chucunaque, Sambu, Tuira Rivers and its water ways. The Embera-Wounaan were formerly and widely known by the name Choc, and they speak the Embera and Wounaan languages, part of the Chocoan language family.

The name Embera means people. Collectively they are known as the Choc and belong to two major groups: the Embir, of upper Atrato and San Juan Rivers, and the Wuanana of the lower San Juan River. The Emir are also known as the Atrato, Bedea, Cholo, Darin, Dariena, Eber, Ember, Emberak, Emperia, and Panama Ember people. The Waunana are also known as the Chanco, Chocama, Noanama, Noenama, Nonama, Wounaan, or Wound Meu people. A third group of Choc are called the Cato, who are also called the Embena, Epera, Eyabida, or Katio people.

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