50 (Crevels 2007). No monolinguals. Ethnic population: 350–400 (Crevels 2007).
Tapiche-Buncuya rivers area.
Few children speakers: one-third have passive knowledge but generally do not acquire Capanahua (2007). Use of Spanish between two Capanahua speakers can be interpreted as rejecting the other person as an outsider. Adults in the home. Used to some degree in 2 bilingual schools.
“Capacho” is a pejorative term. Christian, traditional religion.