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The Secoya (also known as Angotero, Encabellado, Huajoya, Piojé, Siekopai) are an indigenous peoples living in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon. They speak the Secoya language , which is part of the Western Tucanoan language group. In Ecuador the Secoya number about 400 people who for the most part are located in three settlements, Eno, San Pablo de Katitsiaya and Siecoya Remolino, all found on the banks of the Aguarico river. Their Ecuadorian territory covers 40.000 hectares along the , Aguarico, and Cuyabeno river in the state of Sucumbios. Until recently they shared territory with the Siona people, with whom they are sometimes considered a single population, although both peoples have independent governance. In Peru the Secoya population numbers about 700.

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  • Els aido pai o secoya són un grup ètnic amerindi que habita a part de l'Amazònia equatoriana i peruana. A l'Equador viuen als marges dels rius Eno, Napo, Aguarico i Cuyabeno, mentre que al Perú viuen als marges dels rius Yubineto, Yaricaya, Angusilla i Santa María. Parlen la llengua secoya, que forma part de les llengües tucanes.Al Perú sumaven uns 787 individus.
  • Die Secoya (Eigenbezeichnung: Siekóya Pâi, "Menschen des gestreiften Flusses") sind eine südamerikanische Ethnie im westlichen Amazonasgebiet. Ihre Sprache gehört zur Familie der Tucano-Sprachen. Es leben nur noch etwa 350 Secoya im Nordosten Ecuadors (hier vor allem in einem ca. 296 km² großen Territorio Indígena innerhalb des Naturreservates Cuyabeno) und 500 in Peru.
  • Los aido pai o secoya son un etnia amerindia que habita en parte de la amazonia ecuatoriana y peruana. En Ecuador habitan las riveras de los ríos Eno, Napo, Aguarico y Cuyabeno, mientras que en Perú habitan las riveras de los ríos Yubineto, Yaricaya, Angusilla y Santa María. Hablan la lengua secoya, que forma parte de las lenguas tucanas.​
  • Les Secoya sont l’une des treize nationalités indigènes reconnues de l’Équateur, ils vivent en Amazonie équatorienne et Péruvienne. En Équateur, les Secoya sont présents dans la province de Sucumbíos, cantons et Cuyabeno. La population secoya en Équateur est d'environ 380 habitants, organisés en trois communautés: San Pablo de Catëtsiaya, Siecoya Remolino Ñe'ñena et Eno. Une partie du territoire des Secoyas est situé dans la réserve de Cuyabeno. Toutefois, sur d'autres parties de ce territoire se situent des blocs d'exploration pétrolière.
  • The Secoya (also known as Angotero, Encabellado, Huajoya, Piojé, Siekopai) are an indigenous peoples living in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon. They speak the Secoya language , which is part of the Western Tucanoan language group. In Ecuador the Secoya number about 400 people who for the most part are located in three settlements, Eno, San Pablo de Katitsiaya and Siecoya Remolino, all found on the banks of the Aguarico river. Their Ecuadorian territory covers 40.000 hectares along the , Aguarico, and Cuyabeno river in the state of Sucumbios. Until recently they shared territory with the Siona people, with whom they are sometimes considered a single population, although both peoples have independent governance. In Peru the Secoya population numbers about 700.
  • I Secoya (conosciuti anche come Angotero, Encabellao) sono un gruppo etnico indigeno vivente in Ecuador, nella regione amazzonica dei dipartimenti orientali, e in Perù. La popolazione di questa gente è stimata intorno a 297 persone in Ecuador (Vickers 1987), e circa 144 in Perù (SIL 1982). Parlano la , parte del gruppo linguistico . Condividono un territorio presso il fiume , e con i Siona, e vengono a volte considerati come un gruppo indigeno unico.
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  • Els aido pai o secoya són un grup ètnic amerindi que habita a part de l'Amazònia equatoriana i peruana. A l'Equador viuen als marges dels rius Eno, Napo, Aguarico i Cuyabeno, mentre que al Perú viuen als marges dels rius Yubineto, Yaricaya, Angusilla i Santa María. Parlen la llengua secoya, que forma part de les llengües tucanes.Al Perú sumaven uns 787 individus.
  • Die Secoya (Eigenbezeichnung: Siekóya Pâi, "Menschen des gestreiften Flusses") sind eine südamerikanische Ethnie im westlichen Amazonasgebiet. Ihre Sprache gehört zur Familie der Tucano-Sprachen. Es leben nur noch etwa 350 Secoya im Nordosten Ecuadors (hier vor allem in einem ca. 296 km² großen Territorio Indígena innerhalb des Naturreservates Cuyabeno) und 500 in Peru.
  • Los aido pai o secoya son un etnia amerindia que habita en parte de la amazonia ecuatoriana y peruana. En Ecuador habitan las riveras de los ríos Eno, Napo, Aguarico y Cuyabeno, mientras que en Perú habitan las riveras de los ríos Yubineto, Yaricaya, Angusilla y Santa María. Hablan la lengua secoya, que forma parte de las lenguas tucanas.​
  • Les Secoya sont l’une des treize nationalités indigènes reconnues de l’Équateur, ils vivent en Amazonie équatorienne et Péruvienne. En Équateur, les Secoya sont présents dans la province de Sucumbíos, cantons et Cuyabeno. La population secoya en Équateur est d'environ 380 habitants, organisés en trois communautés: San Pablo de Catëtsiaya, Siecoya Remolino Ñe'ñena et Eno. Une partie du territoire des Secoyas est situé dans la réserve de Cuyabeno. Toutefois, sur d'autres parties de ce territoire se situent des blocs d'exploration pétrolière. Les activités économiques principales de la nationalité Secoya sont l'agriculture itinérante et l'exploitation du bois. Dans une moindre mesure, des activités traditionnelles comme la chasse et la pêche conservent encore une certaine importance.
  • The Secoya (also known as Angotero, Encabellado, Huajoya, Piojé, Siekopai) are an indigenous peoples living in the Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon. They speak the Secoya language , which is part of the Western Tucanoan language group. In Ecuador the Secoya number about 400 people who for the most part are located in three settlements, Eno, San Pablo de Katitsiaya and Siecoya Remolino, all found on the banks of the Aguarico river. Their Ecuadorian territory covers 40.000 hectares along the , Aguarico, and Cuyabeno river in the state of Sucumbios. Until recently they shared territory with the Siona people, with whom they are sometimes considered a single population, although both peoples have independent governance. In Peru the Secoya population numbers about 700. Despite having long managed their culture, the Secoyas are now in the process of being culturally assimilated to the rest of Ecuatorian society due to the presence of oil companies, missionary activity, and colonists from other parts of Ecuador.
  • I Secoya (conosciuti anche come Angotero, Encabellao) sono un gruppo etnico indigeno vivente in Ecuador, nella regione amazzonica dei dipartimenti orientali, e in Perù. La popolazione di questa gente è stimata intorno a 297 persone in Ecuador (Vickers 1987), e circa 144 in Perù (SIL 1982). Parlano la , parte del gruppo linguistico . Condividono un territorio presso il fiume , e con i Siona, e vengono a volte considerati come un gruppo indigeno unico. La gente Siona è organizzata politicamente. Sono stati in conflitto con la Occidental Petroleum a causa di scavi avvenuti nel Blocco 15 in Ecuador.[1]
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