People of Daburap have one common spoken language “the Oksapmeng" which is believed to have originated from highlands region of Papua New Guinea.
Parental responsibility in the area is that most kids are easily identified with their their mothers for those whose fathers are working in the other town centers of PNG or the Oktedi Mining Limited and Kiunga of the Western province.
Daburap Council Ward is in rapid population growth. It consist of small villages which have a total head count of 2, 017 people (adults). Table below shows the eligible voters census prior to the provincial and national election in 2017.
Daburap Ward Community consist of three sections: Daburap 1 & 2, Bakanap 1 & 2, and Yentanap 1 & 2. Villages in these three sections respectively are: Hohlomkut, Kukandap, Telesha, Hipex and Agita; Humuleng, Sipeti, Doweti, Sangkak, Dalwap and Kombit; and Dakala, Dapeng, Kapethagan, Tikei, Walegan and Yaputbut of the last section.
Although there are three different sections of Daburap Ward community, the type of living standard, challenges and hardships are the same to all. Women, children and men face everything together.
As previously mentioned, the only link between villages is by means of foot tracks (bush tracks). Across rivers and creeks, makeshift bush material footbridges are being built across them for crossing over to the other side. Walking to the Oksapmin Station where Local Level Government Office is takes a whole day which is about 20-30 kilometers.