VADA - Volken Peoples Tribes R - S The sakuye of Kenya; Kenya Ethnic Groups sakuye Suyá See also indigenous Peoplesin Brazil. Swahili Information; The Swahili of East africa; Kenya Ethnic Groups http://www.vada.nl/volkenrs.htm
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Extractions: THE LAND OF JILALI : TRAVELS THROUGH KENYA'S DROUGHT-STRICKEN NORTH. Paul Goldsmith This is the journal of the journeys of a Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) team studying natural resource management in Marsabit District. Our missionto assess environmental degradation, and how sedentarisation may be contributing to desertification around settlements and on the range. As we zoom across the flat hardpan of the Chalbi desert, the sun is spreading its soft, brilliant blanket over the silhouette of Mt. Kulal. We pass small Rendille camels from the fora satellite camps, grazing in the twilight, unfazed by our speed. We are in no hurry, and on a twilight break we inspect the Chalbi's crusty, salt-impregnated surface. When precipitation exceeds evaporation, insoluble minerals and salts are leached out of the soil. Eons of rainfall have concentrated soda in the wind-scoured floor of this former inland sea. Once upon a time, this was a very lush land. It is early June, 2000. Kenya is hurtling toward a massive combined crisis of power shortfalls, water rationing, and shrinking informal sector employment. The drought-crippled economy is fueling new and unique expressions of social tension: rioting school children in Nairobi capture a Tusker beer truck, and drink it dry.
Untitled Waata were not allocated a separate reserve and continued to interact with Gabra,Boorana and sakuye in their africas indigenous peoples First peoples http://www.abdn.ac.uk/chags9/1kassam.htm
Extractions: Last update: 09-11-2002 IANOMAMI YANOMAMI (Brasilian Indians) IBALOI (Filipijnen - the Philippines) IBIBIO (Nigeria) IBO (Nigeria) ... IZHORIANS (Rusland - Russia) JAEGA (Native American, USA) JAINS (Kenia - Kenya) JAMA MAPUN (Filipijnen - the Philippines) JAMSHIDI (Afghanistan, Iran) ... JURUNA (Brasilian Indians) KAAGAN (Filipijnen - the Philippines) KA BEO LO LO (Vietnam) KABRE (Togo) KAFIRS (Zuid Afrika - South Africa) ... KWINTI (Suriname) LACCADIVE MAPPILLA (India) LA CHI CU TE LA QUA THO DEN (Vietnam) LA HA KHLA PHLOA (Vietnam) LAHU (Laos, Thailand) ...
Kenya -- Ethnic Groups The principal nonindigenous ethnic minorities are the The term Swahili refers todifferent peoples who share Burji Dassenich, Gabbra, Orma, sakuye, Boni, Wata http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/NEH/k-ethn.html
Extractions: The Kikuyu, Meru, Gusii, Embu, Akamba, Luyha (or alternate spelling of Luyia), Swahili and Mijikenka (which in fact is a group of different ethnic groups) constitute the majority of the Bantu speaking peoples of Kenya. In general, the Bantu have been farmers. The Kikuyu (or Gikuyu) homeland is around Mount Kenya and it is believed they migrated into the area from East and North East Africa around the 16th century. They were neighbors of the Maasai and although there were raids for cattle between them, there was also a lot of trade and intermarriage. The Kikuyu god, Ngai, resides on Mt. Kenya which they call Kirinyaga . As with other ethnic groups, the traditional healer was held in high esteem. For the Kikuyu, land ownership is the most important social, political, religious, and economic factor. They have a complex system of land ownership that revolves around close kin, The importance of land brought them into conflict with the colonial government when white settlers and farmers occupied their traditional lands. Today, Kikuyu farmers produce most of the fresh produce that is consumed in Nairobi as well as coffee and tea for export. Many Kikuyu have also been successful in economic and commercial endeavors. Traditionally, the Kikuyu were governed by a council of elders based on clans. The Akamba The Luyha's traditional homeland is around Kakamega in western Kenya. They are Kenya's third largest ethnic group after the Kikuyu and the Luo. The Luyha suffer from high population density which effects their farming economy as cultivation occurs on plots that get smaller with each generation. They are important producers of sugar-cane.
The Borana People Of Kenya has been adopted by the Gabbra and sakuye, who originally Yet an indigenous churchexists and probably with adequate Kenya's People peoples of the NorthBoran http://www.geocities.com/orvillejenkins/profiles/borana.html
Extractions: Population : 4 million (most in Ethiopia, about 90,000 in Kenya) NARRATIVE PROFILE Location : The Borana are part of a very much larger group of about 4 to 5 million persons of whom approximately 90,000 live in north central Kenya with the balance in Ethiopia. They are related to the Oromo in Somalia also. They live in a large area of barren northern Kenya. About 44% of the Kenya Borana live in Marsabit District, into Tana River District, Garissa District and in Moyale District. The heaviest concentration live in the Sololo area of Marsabit District and in Moyale District. Those in Isiolo District are concentrated in Merti and Garba Tula. History: The Borana are one of the resulting groups of Oromo migrants who left the southern highlands of Ethiopia in the 1500's. Most of the Borana and related peoples live in Ethiopia. The Oromo had migrated east but were pushed back by the Somali leading to a greater southern expansion. There are almost 4 million Borana people, most living in Ethiopia. Identity: The word spelled Borana is pronounced with the final vowel silent. For this reason in many English sources the word is spelled
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