Bena Tribe

Bena, and Benna are various spellings for the Bena clan. They are neighbors with the Hamer family and it is acknowledged that the Bena truly began from them many years back. The business divisions in Key Afer and Jinka are routinely visited by them. Much equivalent to most by far of the indigenous groups in […]

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Bodi Tribe

The Bodi or Me’en tribe live near the Omo River in southern Ethiopia. South of the Bodi are the Mursi clan. They are pastoralists (domesticated animals ranchers) and agriculturalists. Along the banks of the stream, they will develop sorghum, mais and espresso. They live with their dairy cattle crowds and domesticated animals assumes a huge […]

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Karo Tribe

The Karo or Kara are few in number, imperiled omotic family with an expected masses some place in the scope of 1,000 and 3,000. They live along the east banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia and practice flood retreat improvement. The harvests that are created by them are sorghum, maize and beans. Simply […]

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Surma

Surma tribe live in the southwestern place of Ethiopia. They raise cows and ranch when the land is ripe. Steers are essential to surma, giving them status. The more cows a tribesman has, the wealthier they are. All together for a man to wed ladies in the surma clan, he should possess in any event […]

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Dorze

Dorze tribe is a little ethnic assembling in Ethiopia who talk a language in the Omotic family. Numbering about 28,000, they live on a very basic level in the southern locale of the country, anyway some have moved to Addis Ababa and various regions. Various Dorze live in towns near the urban networks of Chencha […]

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Konso

The Konso tribe live in an isolated region of the basalt hills.  The area is made up of hard rocky slopes.  Konso village maybe fortified by a stone wall used as a defensive measure.  Their village is located on hilltops and is split up into communities, with each community having a main hut.  In order […]

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Mursi Tribe

The Mursi tribes are the most mainstream in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley. They are notable for their one of a kind lip plates. They are settled around the Omo River and in the Mago National Park. Because of the atmosphere, they move two times per year between the winter and summer months. They crowd cows and […]

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Hamer

Hamer is one of the tribes in southwestern Ethiopia. They live in Hamer Bena woreda (or area), a productive bit of the Omo River valley, in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR). They are, all things considered, pastorals, so their lifestyle puts a high motivating force on dairy […]

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