||Central Sulawesi, Lore Utara subdistrict, Napu Valley. 10 villages.
Indonesia, Sulawesi, reference number 68
||Most similar to Behoa [bep].
||Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Celebic, Kaili-Pamona, Southern, Badaic
||60% of parents pass it on to the children. Some domains, hymns, work announcements. Napu people are at least mildly supportive of the Napu language. Also use Indonesian [ind].
||High interest in Napu literature. NT: 2000.
||Agriculturalists: rice. Christian, Muslim.