|Darfur and Chad|
The Fur or For languages constitute a small, closely related family which are a proposed member of the Nilo-Saharan family. Fur in western Sudan had 500,000 speakers in 1983 (before the Darfur crisis), and Amdang (also called Mimi) in eastern Chad had 5,000 speakers.
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