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Cavinena is an indigenous language spoken by over 1,000 Cavineno people. The language is being cultivated with many schools including a high school taught in Cavinenno which gives the language prospects for survival, many children are bilingual with Spanish. There are 15 teachers are 135 students, spoken along the Beni river in the northwest.

External links

Cavinena @ Ethnologue

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