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Comments Off on Unreached People#117- Taga, Hindu of India

Taga, Hindu of India The Taga are also referred to as Tyagi (or Tyagi Brahman), and Tyagi is a common surname. Some say they were Brahman at one time, but became farmers and lost Brahman status. They have been settled farmers for many years. The Taga have two subdivisions, Dasa and Bisa. The former allow […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#116- Digo of Tanzania

Digo of TanzaniaMore than 175,000 Digo are concentrated on the northern coastal strip of Tanzania from the town of Tanga to the border of Kenya. They inhabit the fertile plains of the Pangani River. Their culture generally regards women as childlike and irresponsible. Digo women do much labor, but are excluded from participating in politics, […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#115- Dagaari Dioula, Wala of Burkina Faso

Dagaari Dioula, Wala of Burkina Faso The Dagaari Dioula (Wala) live in village settlements that consist of several compounds. The settlements are widely scattered in order to leave room for farming and for each family’s herds. A minority of the people follow traditional animistic beliefs, but the majority have adopted the dominant religion of the […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#114- Badyara, Badyaranke of Guinea

Badyara, Badyaranke of Guinea Most Badyara earn their primary living as subsistence farmers, with villages consisting of 100 to 500 people. Parents do not allow a young couple to marry if they are suspected of loving each other. They believe that the man will lose his power over the woman if he loves her, and […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#113- Barma, Bagirmi of Chad

Barma, Bagirmi of Chad The Barma (or Bagirmi) occupy the territory between N’Djamena (Chad’s capital) and Bousso, a small city farther south on the Chari River. In the 1700’s, the Barmas’ ancestors ruled the Bagirmi Empire, a large area across Chad and into Sudan. At the end of the 1700’s, the empire was attacked by […]