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Comments Off on Unreached People#130- Bobo Madare of Burkina Faso

  Bobo Madare of Burkina Faso The Bobo are far from homogeneous. They are an ancient aggregation of several peoples who have assembled around a number of core clans that do not preserve any oral traditions of immigration into the area. The Bobo have lived in the region for centuries, with some estimates dating back […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#129- Baloch, Eastern of Pakistan

  Baloch, Eastern of Pakistan Balochis are Caucasian primarily of the Mediterranean branch, meaning that dark hair, dark eyes, and an olive complexion are common. Baluchi customs and traditions are conducted according to codes imposed by tribal laws. These strong traditions and cultural values are important to Baluch people and have enabled them to keep […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#128- Tunni of Somalia

Tunni of Somalia The Tunni are located in southern Somalia, between the Juba and Shebelle Rivers. This region has the richest agricultural land in the country. The Tunni are primarily farmers. They live in round huts with mud walls and cone-shaped grass roofs. The dress of both men and women closely resembles a Roman toga […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#127- Alak of Laos

Alak of Laos The Alak have retained most of their customs and many women wear traditional dress. In the past, Alak women tattooed their faces, but this custom is now dying out. Alak society is traditionally matriarchal. The women lead the family, keep control of finances, and make all major decisions that affect the community. […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#126- Bania, Kasaundhan in India

Pray for the … Bania, Kasaundhan  in India Population 505,000 World Population 513,000 Estimated Christ Followers Few, < 2% Largest Religion Hinduism Main Language Hindi Progress ​ Bania, Kasaundhan in India The Kasaundhan are generally well educated, though education for the males is preferred. The remarriage of widows, widowers, and divorcees is allowed. In the event […]