|Regions with significant populations|
|Bravanese and Somali|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Yemenis, Omanis, Somalis, Persians, Bajunis|
The Bravanese people, also known as the Barawani, are a group inhabiting Somalia.
The population's members trace their origins to diverse groups, notably Yemeni, Omani, Somali and Persian migrants. Some families also have ancestry from the coastal Bantu (from whom the Chimwiini language was adopted) and the Eyle Khoisanoid hunter-gather ethnic minorities of southern Somalia.