|Regions with significant populations|
|Brazil (Amazonas State)|
|Banawá, a dialect of Jamamadí|
|Related ethnic groups|
The Banawá (also Banawa, Banavá, Jafí, Kitiya, Banauá) are an indigenous group living along the Banawá River in the Amazonas State, Brazil. Their territory is between the Juruá and Purus Rivers. Approximately 158 Banawá people live in one major village and two smaller settlements containing a single extended family each. The Banawá, who call themselves Kitiya, speak Banawá, a dialect of the Madi language.
- "Banawá." Povos Indígenas no Brazil. (retrieved 20 Feb 2011)
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