|Native speakers||17 (2000)|
Pacahuara (Pacawara) is a nearly extinct Panoan language spoken by only 17 of 18 Pacahuara people. The Pacahuara have been located to northwest of Magdalena, Beni, Bolivia and to Nueva Esperanza municipality, of Federico Román Province in Pando. Pacahuara is recognized as an official language of Bolivia by the 2009 Bolivian Constitution.
A recent report shows how their culture is on the brink of disappearing.
- "CIDOB pedirá 54 mil hectáreas de tierras para el pueblo Pacahuara". Erbol Comunicaciones. 2011-05-05. Retrieved 2011-05-28.
- First Part, Title I, Chapter One, Article 5: Model of State, Nueva Constitución Política del Estado, p. 3.
- "BBC News".
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