There are two main indigenous groups in Cameroon; indigenous forest peoples such as the Baka, Bagyeli, Bakola and Bedzang, who maintain a traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle in the forests of the Southeast and Central regions of Cameroon, and the Mbororo. The latter are indigenous herders who live mainly in the savannah areas of the East, Northwest and Adamaoua regions of Cameroon. They are nomadic herders that span many parts of the Congo River Basin. The socio-economic situation of indigenous peoples in Cameroon is clearly disproportionate to that of other surrounding communities. Indigenous forest peoples live well below the poverty line, with limited access to basic social services such as health care, education and communication.