Luo, or Dholuo, is a group of languages spoken in a large area, including southwestern Ethiopia, South Sudan, Sudan, northeastern Congo (DRC), northern Uganda, southwestern Kenya, northern Tanzania. One of the dialects, Dholuo is spoken by around 4.2 million people, mostly near the eastern shore of Lake Victoria.
Luo is not currently taught on the IU campus, but we do have access to archived materials. Learn more about Luo from Omniglot and Wikipedia. Additional resources are available from the Open Language Archives Community.