Rites into womanhood

Uda The sun bore down on Mureru, a Barabaig village in the Rift Valley plains of northern Tanzania. Here for over hundreds of years, the nomadic Barabaig tribe has herded their cattle on the volcanic highlands. Here the traditions have continued that have allowed for the survival of the Barabaig cultural identify. In Mureru a ritual was about to take […]

Indigenous Women Opt for Sustainable Integrated Agriculture

Farmer-Grazer Conflict Mitigated in the The North West Region of Cameroon “I am a pure indigenous Mbororo woman and I think we need to also engage in leading our communities towards sustainable development like the case of other non indigenous women groups”. Madam Wanshi Cusumin is leader of an indigenous women led Community Based Organization called Akeh Fulanis Mbororo Women […]

The Children of Ramogi

A short history of the River-Lake Nilotes The Luo are a proud Nilotic people, originally from the Wau region in Southern Sudan. They migrated into Western Kenya via today’s Eastern Uganda and settled on the shores of Lake Victoria. The Luo consist of 27 sub-groups, each in turn sub divided into clans. However, they’ve always enjoyed a tight-knit society, with […]