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Emberá is a comarca indígena (indigenous territory) in eastern Panama. It was created by Law Number 22 on November 8, 1983, within the territories of Chepigana and Pinogana districts, Darién Province. The capital is Unión Chocó. The 2010 census found 9,544 people living within Emberá. The area of this comarca is 4,383.6 sq. kilometers.
The comarca is divided in 2 districts:
- Cémaco District. Corregimientos include Unión Chocó (capital), Lajas Blancas and Manuel Ortega.
- Sambú District. Corregimientos include Río Sábalo (capital) and Jingurudo.
- Embera-Wounaan, indigenous peoples of Colombia and Panama
- Emberá languages, indigenous language family in Colombia and Panama
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