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AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION

AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION. Ninkubukehia antu baria bakweja kiri mucemanio juju narua. Thaa iji nikaritana iguru ria antu ba Meru nuu bakaraga akui kirimana kia Kenya. Nkaritana iguru ria njira Ameru baturaga. Antu baba ni mugango jwa Meru. AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION - ATR.

By efuru (540 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. What is Culture?. What Are Some Unique Aspects Of Our Culture?. Tradition Societies. Rural Areas . Sub-Saharan . Africans That Live in Rural Areas. Cities Share Some Characteristics.

By junior (145 views)

African Traditional Medicine

African Traditional Medicine

This website has the objective of telling the story of a herbal product that was developed from African folk medicine which had been in use for centuries by people of South Western Nigeria to treat and cure diseases of diverse origin including anaemia, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, arthritis and HIV. For a start, the story teller is Olajuwon Okubena. He was born at Ilese - Ijebu located in Ijebu North-East Local Government of Ogun State Nigeria three years into the second world war. My early life up to the age of 15 was spent in my home town.\n

By afritradomedic (171 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. =. 1000 different languages; 1000+ different tribes. Stateless Societies. Early African Societies. Early Farming Societies. Pastoralists in Sahara. During early phase of their history, Africans lived as hunter-gatherers

By apicard (2 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. MAYO. 1000 different languages; 1000+ different tribes. An African’s “Search for Identity”. 1. Nuclear Family. 2. Extended Family. 3. Age-Set. 4. Clan. 5. Lineage (ancestry). TRIBE (communal living). Mask With Headcloth, Zaire (19c).

By franz (112 views)

African Traditional Medicine

African Traditional Medicine

Hippocrates lived about 2,500 years ago. The interpretation of his quote is that the ideal food should have in addition to normal food, nutrients like Sugar, Elements, Vitamins and Fatty Acids.

By africanmedicine0 (89 views)

Traditional African Culture

Traditional African Culture

Traditional African Culture . What is Culture? Way of life Five elements Language, religion, social classes, economics, government. Omo River people. Suri. Mekan People. Afar People. Himba People. Watch videos. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=c246fZ-7z1w

By fynn (134 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. 1000 different languages; 1000+ different tribes. An African’s “Search for Identity”. 1. Nuclear Family. 2. Extended Family. 3. Clan. 4. Lineage (ancestry). TRIBE. Traditional Family Structures. Nuclear Family:. C. C.

By takara (110 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. 1000 different languages; 1000+ different tribes. An African’s “Search for Identity”. 1. Nuclear Family. 2. Extended Family. 3. Age-Set. 4. Clan. 5. Lineage (ancestry). TRIBE (communal living). Mask With Headcloth, Zaire (19c).

By pooky (170 views)

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society

Traditional African Society. Common Traits or Characteristics of Traditional African Tribal Life. The good of the group comes ahead of the good of the individual. All land is owned by the group. Strong feeling of loyalty to the group.

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