||420,000 in Sudan (2000). 26,400 in Kuku, 18,000 in Nyangbara, 3,400 in Nyepu, 25,000 in Pojulu. Population total all countries: 480,000.
||South, both banks of the Nile, south of Terakeka on west bank, south of Mongalla on east bank, as far as Kajo Kaji Escarpment. Also in Uganda.
||Bari, Kuku, Nyangbara (Nyangwara, Nyambara), Nyepu (Nyefu, Nyepo, Nypho, Ngyepu), Pöjulu (Pajulu, Fadjulu, Fajelu, Madi), Ligo (Liggo). Lexical similarity: 86% between the Bari and Nyepu dialects, 85% between Bari and Pöjulu, 81% between the Bari and Kuku, 80% between the Bari and Nyangbara.
||Nilo-Saharan, Eastern Sudanic, Nilotic, Eastern, Bari
||All domains. All ages.
||Grammar. Bible: 1979.
||Ethnic Bari in Democratic Republic of the Congo now speak a dialect of Logo [log] and not Bari.