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Recent fieldwork in Ghana: Report on Dompo and a note on Mpre
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Severely Endangered

Native Speakers Worldwide

60-70

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Year of info

1999

Location and Context

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Ghana

Coordinates

8.150236,-2.363097

Location description

"The Dompo live in a settlement adjacent to the main town of the Nafaanra people, Banda, Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana [...] Banda is reached from Wenchi by going northwards from the main road to Bondoukou in Cote d'Ivoire and is still south of the Black Volta."

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"The Dompo live in a settlement adjacent to the main town of the Nafaanra people, Banda, Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana [...] Banda is reached from Wenchi by going northwards from the main road to Bondoukou in Cote d'Ivoire and is still south of the Black Volta."

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Nafaanra

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Severely Endangered

Native Speakers Worldwide

65

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Ethnic Population

965

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Year of info

2009

Location and Context

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Ghana;

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65

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