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Comments Off on Unreached People#112- Urdu of Oman

Urdu of Oman The term “Urdu” does not adequately describe the Urdu people as such, but is merely a language distinction. Urdu-speaking Muslims are not an ethnic group in a strict sense, but are rather a collection of ethnic groups which have been widely dispersed geographically. They possess a sense of “group identity” based on […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#111- Mararit of Chad

Mararit of Chad The Mararit are mostly settled shepherds, and plant small-scale gardens. The men do most of the field work and trade at local markets. Women also help work in the fields, engage in basketry, pottery, and other crafts, and brew beer from millet both for consumption and to sell or trade. They live […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#110- Tamang of Nepal

Tamang of Nepal The name Tamang means “horse trader.” They are generally very poor people. The majority of Tamang follow Tibetan Buddhism, but mix this heavily with animism and to a lesser extent, with Hinduism. Their priests, or lamas, have a dominant role in the community and perform ceremonies for funerals, etc. Perhaps the most […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#109- Khasonke of Mali

Khasonke of Mali The Khassonke are mostly farmers. The richest are devoted to livestock production if they have someone to care for them (family or hired). The poorer people may send their young children to seek work after harvest to supplement their income. Peanuts are almost always present in the diet of the poor and […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#108- Kotoko, Afade of Nigeria

Kotoko, Afade of Nigeria The Afade people are part of a broader grouping sometimes called “Kirdi”. At one time, all these groups were completely pagan. Today, they are predominantly Muslim, with a strong pagan influence, and wear traditional Islamic dress. They have historically fallen under several legendary empires: the Tuaregs, Fulani Caliphate and Kanuri. Many […]