||800 in Ecuador (2000 Juncosa), increasing. 800 monolinguals. Population total all countries: 1,700. Ethnic population: 1,500.
||Both sides of the Colombia and Ecuador border, Napo Province near Santa Rosa de Sucumbios, and down Aguarico River about 130 km, Sucumbios Province. 5 centers in Ecuador, and scattered between. Also in Colombia.
Ecuador, reference number 7
||A’i, Kofán, Kofane
||Chibchan with Western Tucanoan features (Ferndon, Borman), Barbacoan (J. Mason), or Jivaroan (Ruhlen 1987). Some Witotoan influences.
||Official language. Vigorous. Some Siona and Secoya have learned Cofán due to intermarriage, and their children learn Cofán. All domains. All ages. Positive attitude. Some also use Siona [snn], Secoya [sey], or Napo Lowland Quichua [qvo]. Schools are in Spanish, except for early grades which provide bilingual education.
||Literacy rate in L1: 60%. Literacy rate in L2: 60%. Taught in primary schools. Radio programs. Dictionary. NT: 1980–2007.
||SOV. Swidden agriculturalists; crafts for tourists. Traditional religion, Christian.