300 (2000 SIL), increasing. Ethnic population: 300.
Cusco and Junin regions; Poyeni, Mayapo, and Picha rivers, upper Poyeni river, which flows into Tambo Yori and Agueni rivers which become Mipaya river flowing into the Urubamba; a few on Sensa and Vitiricaya rivers, affluents of the Urubamba.
5 (Developing). Recognized language (1993, Constitution, Article 48).
None known. Reportedly most similar to Asháninka [cni].
Vigorous. State bilingual school in Tsoroja (Crevels 2007). Religious services. Mostly spoken in the local community. Letter-writing between villages. All ages. Positive attitudes. Also use Asháninka [cni], Machiguenga [mcb], Spanish [spa]. Some borrowing from Asháninka [cni] and Machiguenga [mcb]. Few have conversational proficiency in Spanish [spa].
Latin script [Latn].