Due to civil war which lasted until , Colombia was regarded as a country that offers little protection for isolated groups. In addition to that there are indications that 15 more uncontacted groups are present  . With the creation of gigantic tribal reserves and strict patrolling, now Colombia is regarded as one of the countries where the uncontacted indigenous people are offered the maximum protection .
It is not known whether any Tagaeri survive now in Yasuni National Park. Since then there have been no more peaceful contacts. In about 30 Taromenane were massacred by the Waorani in retaliation for the killing of a Waorani hunter. In the same year 14 Tagaeri were killed by loggers. In April a logger was speared to death by the Taromenane in another one was also killed by the same tribe, whose body was later found embedded with 30 spears and his face unrecognisable.
In the same month a further 30 Taromenane and 10 loggers were killed in conflicts according to leader Iki Ima Omene of Waorani.
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In January the president of Ecuador declared the Southern part of Yasuni a forbidden zone 7, square kilometers in order to protect the uncontacted people. At the same time CONAIE reported that there were a total of — Taromenane divided into two sub-tribes and 20—30 Tagaeri surviving uncontacted there. The uncontacted bands or nuclear families belonging to the Taromenane and Tagaeiri tribes were located in and around the tributaries of the Rumiyaku, Tiputini, and Curaray rivers esp. The major bands identified in were: .
The conflicts occurring in this region are not new phenomena. The conflict started as early as the s, when oil companies recruited Kichwa Indians for their drilling and exploration work. To maintain the law and order, the Ecuadorian government asked the SIL missionaries to resettle the Huaorani to regions away from the oil blocks.
In return, the missionaries were supported by the oil companies, who provided them with helicopters and other articles. As of , it is considered unlikely that there remains any uncontacted ethnic groups in French Guiana. As of , probably no uncontacted ethnic groups exist in Guyana. There remain perhaps as many as Totobiegosode who have not been contacted; they belong to the Ayoreo ethnicity, which numbers around 2, In the s the main group attempting to contact them was New Tribes Mission. In and , the New Tribes Mission was accused of assisting in the forcible contact of nomadic Ayoreo Indians, whose unsuccessful attempts to remain in the forest led to several native deaths.
Others died soon after being brought out of the forest.
The incident forced some Ayoreo to flee to Bolivia. Ranchers, who illegally encroach on their lands, are a threat to these people. In a group of 17 Ayoreo-Totobiegosode previously uncontacted made contact with the outside world and decided to settle down five men, seven women and five children, according to Survival International. It was not known whether there were any more isolated Ayoreo left in the jungle. In the first week of September , another uncontacted band of Ayoreo-Totobiegosode were spotted by loggers in the Western Chaco.
There are five reserves in the Peruvian Amazon meant to protect the lands and rights of isolated peoples. Most of the reserves are entered by illegal loggers and petroleum companies with legal concessions to work in those lands, although their activities jeopardise the lives of the isolated populations. After Brazil 67 uncontacted groups confirmed and New Guinea Papua New Guinea and Iriyan Jaya , Peru has one of the largest number of uncontacted tribes in the world Rio Tangarana and Rio Pucacuro, in north Loreto province. It is believed that most of the bands are related to Zaparo and Huaorani.
Pananujuri, a Zaparoan group related to Arabela?
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A decade ago, two groups tried to establish contact with the Pananujuri. The first one was a Russian anthropological group, which was some-what successful, and the second was the Christian missionary organisation Summer Institute of Linguistics unsuccessful. The SIL alleged that the Russians gained unlawful entry in to the uncontacted territory, although no negative consequences were reported.
As of , probably no uncontacted ethnic groups exists in Suriname. There are three uncontacted tribes living in Venezuela.
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They are Hoti, Yanomami, and Piaroa. The vast majority of the members of these tribes are already contacted and only a few live in isolation.
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Were massacred some time ago. Area invaded by loggers. Frequent fighting.
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Small groups of highly mobile hunter-gatherers. Small groups of highly mobile hunter-gatherers even after contact. The meeting went well—I trust them. The drop-zone was pointed out on the map as being a cove on the SW of the island and I depart in three or so hours. The plan is to link up with the crew and depart tonight, arriving at the shore around From there we make progressive contact with fish as gifts over the next few days, then send me off.
Depending on the darkness, I might land briefly and bury and cache a pelican case for later. We might even send the kayak laden with gifts towards shore.
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