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Bamustu (-7.894244, 142.979765)

Awaba (-8.009053, 142.752384)

Wasapea (-7.888537, 142.648641)

Kawito (-7.987616, 142.8159)

Makapa (-7.937728, 142.574344)

Balimo (-8.054725, 142.938523)

Pikiwa (-7.905084, 142.716544)

Iowa (-7.880668, 143.25659)
Iowa village is the primary location for the Bamu translation project, for which Phil and Chris Carr are advisors. This is the village where Adau and Domai live and where Phil and Chris stay when they visit.

Bibisa (-7.666336, 143.176146)

Sarwasi (-7.958113, 143.203124)

Kaneya (-7.984204, 142.583721)

Emeti (-7.87123, 143.251266)

Matakaia (-7.774767, 143.285877)

Uladu (-7.963782, 142.957964)

Pisi (-7.984863, 142.746263)

Kewa (-7.956947, 142.903107)

Mapodo (-7.977489, 143.16782)

Saserema (-7.634409, 142.887701)
‘Sasereme’ is the actual name of the logging camp, but since the Mubami language does not have an /r/ phoneme, it’s often pronounced ‘Sasalama’ or ‘Saseleme’. The largest ethnolinguistic group here is the Dibyaso, though there are a number of people from other languages present as well, including Bamu, Gogodala, and many others.