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Comments Off on Unreached People#208-Fulbe Jeeri, Fula Toro in Senegal

Fulbe Jeeri, Fula Toro

    Fulbe Jeeri, Fula Toro in Senegal There are many names used in many languages to refer to the Fulbe, or Fulani. Fula are primarily known to be pastoralists, but are also traders in some areas. One Fula tradition is that of women using Henna around the mouth, resulting in a blackening around the […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#207-Gawaria in India

Gawaria

    Gawaria in India The Gawaria consider their ancestry to be from the three brothers Tapasvi Singh, Lakhi Singh and Bhumi Singh, who ruled at some point of time near Jodhpur in Rajasthan. They claim equal status with other nomadic and semi-nomadic communities. Their literacy level is very low due to poverty and their […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#206-Bederia in Sudan

  Bederia in Sudan The Bederia are mixed-race Bedouins, in Kordofan, one of the numerous Baggara tribes of northern Sudan. The Baggara, also known as Shuwa Arabs, are a nomadic Bedouin people inhabiting Africa between Lake Chad and the Nile. They are cattle-herding Arabs, although sometimes mixed with indigenous tribes. Ministry Obstacles The Bederia tribe […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#205-Aimaq, Taimani in Afghanistan

Aimaq, Taimani

Aimaq, Taimani in Afghanistan From ancient times, Afghanistan has been the crossroads of Asia. The ethnically mixed Aimaq tribes formerly stretched from northeastern Iran into western and central Afghanistan, where they still reside. Aimaq are known as formidable warriors. They live semi-nomadic lives, traveling seasonally to graze their herds and/or subsisting as sedentary farmers and […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#204-Magar in Nepal

    Magar in Nepal The Magar of Nepal may be of Tibetan descent because their language and dances are similar to those within the Tibetan culture. Some Magar live on the plains where the Himalayan hills begin; others occupy the lower hills of the Mahabharat Lekh; a few inhabit the high altitude mountain areas. […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#203-Bedouin, Eastern Bedawi in Egypt

Bedouin, Eastern Bedawi in Egypt Several Bedouin tribes reside in Egypt, often occupying various oases in the desert areas. They lead a fairly harsh existence, with few amenities. Almost all are Sunni Muslim. Ministry Obstacles The Bedouin tend to be insular, separated from the communities around them. Creative means to connect to these people will […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#202-Gypsy, Domari in Iran

Gypsy, Domari

  Gypsy, Domari in Iran Iranian gypsies are often not included in official statistics because they have no permanent place of residence. They may be denied education because they have no identity card. They die in their single-room shabby houses as a result of simple diseases because they are deprived of healthcare facilities. Polygamy is […]