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Association of Superior Councils of the U'wa People

The U'wa people (also known as the Tunebo people) are an indigenous people living in the cloudforests of northeast Colombia. Historically, the U'wa numbered as many as 20,000, over a homeland that extended across the Venezuela-Colombia border. Some 7,000 to 8,000 U'wa are alive today. (From Wikipedia.org)