The Karaboro are one of the many small groups concentrated on the frontier between northern Ivory Coast and southwestern Burkina Faso, particularly where the Komnoé river crosses the border. There, they cultivate corn, rice, yams, peanuts, sesame, and sweet potatoes. The Karaboro languages that they speak belong to, but are in many ways distinct from, the Senufo linguistic subfamily.
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Kama, Kar, Karakaro, Karakora, Karama, Kaye, Ker, Kler, Koroma