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Stock Photo #4272-16726, Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The Ndoto Mountains can be seen in the far distance.
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Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi-arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi-nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall. The Ndoto Mountains can be seen in the far distance.
Stock Photo #4272-10712, Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion
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Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose wom...
Hamar women dance at a 'Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion
Stock Photo #1848-406500, Dairy cow farming, cows, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
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Dairy cow farming, cows, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
Stock Photo #4272-10473, A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest o...
A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #1597-123058, Agriculture, animal, animals, livestock, brown livestock, cattle, cow, cows, livestock, livestock economy, portrait,
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Stock Photo #4272-16202, In the early morning, young Samburu girls take kids to their mothers. They will then milk the nanny goats leaving half the milk for the kids. Only women and children milk goats although every member of the family will drink the milk.
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In the early morning, young Samburu girls take kids to their mothers. They will then milk the nanny goats leaving half the mi...
In the early morning, young Samburu girls take kids to their mothers. They will then milk the nanny goats leaving half the milk for the kids. Only women and children milk goats although every member of the family will drink the milk.
Stock Photo #1566-1076055, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1597-109036, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
Stock Photo #1566-1080302, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #1597-179923, Ethiopia, Africa, Simien, Simien Mountains, National Park, landscape, mountain, mountain range, highlands, World Heritage Site, Gheech, Geech, boy, boys, pastoralist, shepherd, evening, evening light, portrait, front view, amhara, trekking,
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Ethiopia, Africa, Simien, Simien Mountains, National Park, landscape, mountain, mountain range, highlands, World Heritage Sit...
Ethiopia, Africa, Simien, Simien Mountains, National Park, landscape, mountain, mountain range, highlands, World Heritage Site, Gheech, Geech, boy, boys, pastoralist, shepherd, evening, evening light, portrait, front view, amhara, trekking,
Stock Photo #1566-1068371, Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
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Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they...
Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
Stock Photo #1566-1067333, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
Stock Photo #1850-9983, Ethiopia, Jijiga, Portrait Of Somali Girl In Blue Head Dress. The Somali Are One Of The Key Ethnic Groups In Ethiopia And Are Largely Muslim Pastoralists.
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Ethiopia, Jijiga, Portrait Of Somali Girl In Blue Head Dress. The Somali Are One Of The Key Ethnic Groups In Ethiopia And Are...
Ethiopia, Jijiga, Portrait Of Somali Girl In Blue Head Dress. The Somali Are One Of The Key Ethnic Groups In Ethiopia And Are Largely Muslim Pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-16728, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #1566-1071929, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1073664, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #1566-1069440, Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
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Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they...
Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
Stock Photo #4272-10395, A Nyangatom woman with ornamental scarring on her stomach. The scarrs are made with a razor and then infected with ash and cow dung to cause the raised welts. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south western Ethiopia.
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A Nyangatom woman with ornamental scarring on her stomach. The scarrs are made with a razor and then infected with ash and co...
A Nyangatom woman with ornamental scarring on her stomach. The scarrs are made with a razor and then infected with ash and cow dung to cause the raised welts. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-19072, Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language...
Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #1598R-10026474, The Hamer (Hamar) are a tribal people in southwestern Ethiopia. They live in Hamer Bena woreda (or district), a fertile part of the Omo River valley.( They are largely pastoralists, so their culture places a high value on cattle.
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The Hamer (Hamar) are a tribal people in southwestern Ethiopia. They live in Hamer Bena woreda (or district), a fertile part ...
The Hamer (Hamar) are a tribal people in southwestern Ethiopia. They live in Hamer Bena woreda (or district), a fertile part of the Omo River valley.( They are largely pastoralists, so their culture places a high value on cattle.
Stock Photo #4272-40715, Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.
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Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.
Stock Photo #1566-1073293, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #4272-16859, Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha. A Gabbra herdsman presents a lonely figure standing under a flat-topped acacia tree on the edge of the Chalbi Desert at sunset. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
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Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha. A Gabbra herdsman presents a lonely figure standing under a flat-topped acacia tree on the edg...
Kenya, Chalbi Desert, Kalacha. A Gabbra herdsman presents a lonely figure standing under a flat-topped acacia tree on the edge of the Chalbi Desert at sunset. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
Stock Photo #1566-1073298, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4141-73255, Maasai villagers form a line at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
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Maasai villagers form a line at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Ken...
Maasai villagers form a line at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
Stock Photo #4141-73249, Maasai awaiting payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
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Maasai awaiting payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, A...
Maasai awaiting payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
Stock Photo #1566-1082807, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #1566-1078156, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1074658, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1066971, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #4272-16217, The deep wells at Ilaut are an important watering place for Samburu and Rendille livestock alike. The wells are dug out afresh each year and worked by the warriors who sing as they pass the water containers up the line of men. The depth of a Waterhole is based on the number of men required to work it. Here we have a 4-man well.
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The deep wells at Ilaut are an important watering place for Samburu and Rendille livestock alike. The wells are dug out afres...
The deep wells at Ilaut are an important watering place for Samburu and Rendille livestock alike. The wells are dug out afresh each year and worked by the warriors who sing as they pass the water containers up the line of men. The depth of a Waterhole is based on the number of men required to work it. Here we have a 4-man well.
Stock Photo #4272-32969, The numerous decorated iron bracelets worn by a Datoga woman. During song and dance, she will rub them together to keep rhythm. Her traditional attire includes a beautifully tanned leather dress embellished with beads. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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The numerous decorated iron bracelets worn by a Datoga woman. During song and dance, she will rub them together to keep rhyth...
The numerous decorated iron bracelets worn by a Datoga woman. During song and dance, she will rub them together to keep rhythm. Her traditional attire includes a beautifully tanned leather dress embellished with beads. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-20494, Mali, Douentza. A Bella woman wearing gold jewellery in her village near Douentza. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
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Mali, Douentza. A Bella woman wearing gold jewellery in her village near Douentza. The Bella are predominantly pastoral peopl...
Mali, Douentza. A Bella woman wearing gold jewellery in her village near Douentza. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
Stock Photo #4272-33028, A Datoga man with a spear. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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A Datoga man with a spear. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in...
A Datoga man with a spear. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-10741, A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red-ochred hair mop-fashion. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments.
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A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditi...
A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red-ochred hair mop-fashion. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of their adornments.
Stock Photo #1566-1067682, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #1566-1068373, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #1824R-89800, Rancher with his cow
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Rancher with his cow
Stock Photo #1566-1082115, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #4272-10693, A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women we...
A Hamar woman at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #1566-1076057, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-10556, A Hamar child at the entrance to her familys home. The small doorway of a traditional Hamar homestead is raised two to three feet above ground level. The Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia are semi nomadic pastoralists whose whole way of life is based on the needs of their stock.
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A Hamar child at the entrance to her familys home. The small doorway of a traditional Hamar homestead is raised two to three ...
A Hamar child at the entrance to her familys home. The small doorway of a traditional Hamar homestead is raised two to three feet above ground level. The Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia are semi nomadic pastoralists whose whole way of life is based on the needs of their stock.
Stock Photo #4272-10737, A Hamar man waters his livestock from a waterhole in a seasonal river bed. Desert roses are flowering on the far bank. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists who live in harsh country around the Hamar Mountains of Southwest Ethiopia.
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A Hamar man waters his livestock from a waterhole in a seasonal river bed. Desert roses are flowering on the far bank. The Ha...
A Hamar man waters his livestock from a waterhole in a seasonal river bed. Desert roses are flowering on the far bank. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists who live in harsh country around the Hamar Mountains of Southwest Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-17116, Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times a day making them the most important livestock resource the Turkana own. However, these animals do not have the same cultural and emotional value to the Turkana as cattle.
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Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times...
Camels are milked in the early morning by Turkana herdsmen. In the best season of year, camels can be milked up to five times a day making them the most important livestock resource the Turkana own. However, these animals do not have the same cultural and emotional value to the Turkana as cattle.
Stock Photo #1566-1073663, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #1566-1066781, Selling goods such as milk, tea and vegetables on the market in Ethiopia, is a job carried out by women and girls
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Selling goods such as milk, tea and vegetables on the market in Ethiopia, is a job carried out by women and girls
Stock Photo #4192-2209, Camels, Mali
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Camels, Mali
Stock Photo #1597-129806, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
Stock Photo #4272-10699, A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman holds a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #1566-1078605, Old man belonging to the Sindhi community, muslim pastoralists who live in the Thar desert, India.
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Old man belonging to the Sindhi community, muslim pastoralists who live in the Thar desert, India.
Stock Photo #4272-19081, A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot ...
A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-32919, A Datoga young man in traditional attire. His braids are embellished with beads and aluminium can openers. Many of his white plastic bracelets are beautifully decorated with abstract and geometrical designs, long ago these bracelets would have been made of ivory.
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A Datoga young man in traditional attire. His braids are embellished with beads and aluminium can openers. Many of his white ...
A Datoga young man in traditional attire. His braids are embellished with beads and aluminium can openers. Many of his white plastic bracelets are beautifully decorated with abstract and geometrical designs, long ago these bracelets would have been made of ivory.
Stock Photo #1566-1071587, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #4272-10695, A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #1566-1078162, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #4272-19067, Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language...
Pokot women and girls dancing to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #1890-168485, Young Masai Warrior (moran) with his flock, Serengei Plains, Tanzania.
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Stock Photo #1566-1080296, Khat or qat Catha edulis Forsk The soft leaves and twigs are chewed by Somali people The active substances of Khat are prohibited in the Europe but the Khat plant is legal Most men chew khat few hours during the day It gives them a few hours considerable
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Khat or qat Catha edulis Forsk The soft leaves and twigs are chewed by Somali people The active substances of Khat are prohib...
Khat or qat Catha edulis Forsk The soft leaves and twigs are chewed by Somali people The active substances of Khat are prohibited in the Europe but the Khat plant is legal Most men chew khat few hours during the day It gives them a few hours considerable
Stock Photo #1824R-78432, Friends around a campfire
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Stock Photo #4272-19089, In Pokot custom, when someone has a prolonged ailment, he may call his friends and relatives to chase away the disease. A goat is speared and its entrails checked before roasting. This traditional ceremony is called Kikatat.
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In Pokot custom, when someone has a prolonged ailment, he may call his friends and relatives to chase away the disease. A goa...
In Pokot custom, when someone has a prolonged ailment, he may call his friends and relatives to chase away the disease. A goat is speared and its entrails checked before roasting. This traditional ceremony is called Kikatat.
Stock Photo #1566-1076053, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-20492, Mali, Douentza. A cool dude! A Bella man wearing a turban and reflective sunglasses. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
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Mali, Douentza. A cool dude! A Bella man wearing a turban and reflective sunglasses. The Bella are predominantly pastoral peo...
Mali, Douentza. A cool dude! A Bella man wearing a turban and reflective sunglasses. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
Stock Photo #1824R-89801, Cows grazing in a pasture
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Stock Photo #4192-9483, Driguibambo Village, Mali
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Driguibambo Village, Mali
Stock Photo #1566-1078155, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1076407, taxi driver at work in Addis Abeba
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Stock Photo #1647R-228482, Black calf with flies on its head
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Stock Photo #4272-40709, Isiolo, Northern Kenya. Donkeys are loaded up with water at a drying up river bed.
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Isiolo, Northern Kenya. Donkeys are loaded up with water at a drying up river bed.
Stock Photo #4272-16852, Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
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Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living w...
Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
Stock Photo #1597-114606, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, Estancia Buena Vista, near Esquina, Corrientes, South America, Gaucho, men, man, ho
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Stock Photo #1848-406537, Dairy cows eating alfalfa Medicago sativa at a feeding station, and woman in traditional dress of the Quechua, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
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Dairy cows eating alfalfa Medicago sativa at a feeding station, and woman in traditional dress of the Quechua, Altiplano Boli...
Dairy cows eating alfalfa Medicago sativa at a feeding station, and woman in traditional dress of the Quechua, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
Stock Photo #4272-32967, An old Datoga woman. Her traditional attire includes a beautifully tanned and decorated leather dress The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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An old Datoga woman. Her traditional attire includes a beautifully tanned and decorated leather dress The Datoga (known to th...
An old Datoga woman. Her traditional attire includes a beautifully tanned and decorated leather dress The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #1597-125925, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
Stock Photo #1566-1074333, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #1597-113597, Gruyere, cheese, dairy, cow, nipples, udder, hand, milking, milk, farmer, peasant, agriculture, milk economy, livestoc
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Stock Photo #4272-20623, Mali, Timbuktu. A group of Tuareg men and women sing and dance near their desert home, north of Timbuktu.
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Mali, Timbuktu. A group of Tuareg men and women sing and dance near their desert home, north of Timbuktu.
Stock Photo #1566-1068712, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Stock Photo #1566-1072985, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #1566-1079198, Ethiopian girl cleans the compound of her house
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Stock Photo #1597-113538, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
Stock Photo #4272-16851, Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
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Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living w...
Gabbra tribesmen lead their camels across the Chalbi Desert. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
Stock Photo #1566-1070528, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
Stock Photo #4272-19103, The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. At the conclusion of the ritual, his wife is given a large gourd of milk which she carries home on her back with her youngest child.
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The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. At t...
The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. At the conclusion of the ritual, his wife is given a large gourd of milk which she carries home on her back with her youngest child.
Stock Photo #1566-1077805, most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands The teff sorghum is first stammed and then needs to ferment for two days to reach the correct pH level
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most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands T...
most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands The teff sorghum is first stammed and then needs to ferment for two days to reach the correct pH level
Stock Photo #1566-1073296, Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
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Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they...
Ethiopian girl fetches drinking water for her family Due to drought, children have to walk for more then one hour before they reach a well which is not dried up
Stock Photo #4272-10613, A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are sto...
A group of Dassanech women and children at a village situated close to the Omo River. All the villagers food reserves are stored in semicircular granaries, which are kept well off the ground in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-19100, The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. His friend wait patiently for the conclusion of the ritual.
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The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This...
The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. His friend wait patiently for the conclusion of the ritual.
Stock Photo #4272-19105, The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. At the conclusion of the ritual, the man followed by his wife leads his wedding party home.
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The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This...
The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. At the conclusion of the ritual, the man followed by his wife leads his wedding party home.
Stock Photo #1597-129953, Agriculture, animal, animals, livestock, brown livestock, cattle, cow, cows, livestock, livestock economy, portrait,
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Stock Photo #4272-10616, The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a...
The braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl, which has been embellished with beads and cowries.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #1566-1076751, most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands The teff sorghum is first stammed and then needs to ferment for two days to reach the correct pH level
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most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands T...
most important part of an Ethiopian meal is the Injerra, a sort of pancake made of ´Teff´ The injerra is eaten with hands The teff sorghum is first stammed and then needs to ferment for two days to reach the correct pH level
Stock Photo #1566-1072273, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1074328, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-16727, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-17238, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away. The views at Losiolo are the finest in Kenya of the largest, longest and most conspicuous physical feature of its kind on earth. A Samburu warrior looks out over the vast expanse.
Stock Photo #1566-1071586, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #4272-19076, A Pokot woman in traditional attire with patterned cicatrices on her back attends an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads.
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A Pokot woman in traditional attire with patterned cicatrices on her back attends an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made w...
A Pokot woman in traditional attire with patterned cicatrices on her back attends an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads.
Stock Photo #1566-1078161, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #1566-1071585, primary school in a remote Ethiopian village
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Stock Photo #1566-1078157, A driver shaves his beard in a mirror of his car
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Stock Photo #4272-10432, A young Dassanech girl wears a beautiful array of beaded necklaces. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A young Dassanech girl wears a beautiful array of beaded necklaces. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numberin...
A young Dassanech girl wears a beautiful array of beaded necklaces. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #1566-1074013, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-10709, A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists...
A group of Hamar women dance and blow tin trumpets at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-19070, A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot ar...
A Pokot warrior wearing a leopard skin jumps high in the air surrounded by women to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #4272-16193, At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never far below the surface of the Milgis and is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
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At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never...
At sunrise, a Samburu warrior leads baggage camels down the Milgis lugga - a wide, sandy seasonal watercourse. Water is never far below the surface of the Milgis and is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists in this semi-arid region of their district.
Stock Photo #1566-1075714, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1073662, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
Stock Photo #1566-1079933, primary school in a remote Ethiopian village
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Stock Photo #4272-18397, Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu woman milks her cow into a gourd at her manyatta.
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Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Malo. A Samburu woman milks her cow into a gourd at her manyatta.
Stock Photo #4272-10407, A Nyangatom woman grinds sorghum using two stones. Typical of her tribe, she wears a heavily beaded calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A Nyangatom woman grinds sorghum using two stones. Typical of her tribe, she wears a heavily beaded calfskin skirt, multiple ...
A Nyangatom woman grinds sorghum using two stones. Typical of her tribe, she wears a heavily beaded calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10751, The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
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The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of...
The ochre worn by a married Hamar girl glows deep red in the late afternoon light.;The Hamar are semi-nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women and girls wear striking traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and heavy metal necklaces, bracelets and anklets form part of a woman's adornments. Cowries are also popular to embellish their appearance.
Stock Photo #1848-466759, Young farmer penning his sheep, Pinow, Mecklenburg_Western Pomerania, Germany, Europe
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Stock Photo #4272-19071, A Pokot woman in traditional attire dances to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads.
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A Pokot woman in traditional attire dances to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made with the metacarpus and met...
A Pokot woman in traditional attire dances to celebrate an Atelo ceremony. Her broad belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads.
Stock Photo #4272-10420, A Dassanech man shows off his distinctive clay hairdo. The central pannel consists of tightly packed coils of sisal thread extracted from grain sacks that allow the scalp to breathe underneath the clay. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A Dassanech man shows off his distinctive clay hairdo. The central pannel consists of tightly packed coils of sisal thread ex...
A Dassanech man shows off his distinctive clay hairdo. The central pannel consists of tightly packed coils of sisal thread extracted from grain sacks that allow the scalp to breathe underneath the clay. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-10405, A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. Typical of her tribe, she wears a calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixt...
A young Nyangatom woman carries her baby on her hip in an elaborately braided papoose. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. Typical of her tribe, she wears a calfskin skirt, multiple layers of bead necklaces and metal bracelets and amulets. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10436, A young Dassanech girl wears a leather skirt with an elaborate fringe of wooden and metal tassles. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A young Dassanech girl wears a leather skirt with an elaborate fringe of wooden and metal tassles. Much the largest of the tr...
A young Dassanech girl wears a leather skirt with an elaborate fringe of wooden and metal tassles. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-32921, A Datoga young man, spear in hand, has decorated the edges of his check cotton wrap with old zips.The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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A Datoga young man, spear in hand, has decorated the edges of his check cotton wrap with old zips.The Datoga (known to their ...
A Datoga young man, spear in hand, has decorated the edges of his check cotton wrap with old zips.The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-10608, A Dassanech woman milks her familys cattle in the early morning. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A Dassanech woman milks her familys cattle in the early morning. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. T...
A Dassanech woman milks her familys cattle in the early morning. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #1848-406534, Shepherd boy in the traditional dress of the Quechua with cow, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
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Shepherd boy in the traditional dress of the Quechua with cow, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South ...
Shepherd boy in the traditional dress of the Quechua with cow, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
Stock Photo #1597-119026, Agriculture, animal, animals, livestock, brown livestock, cattle, cow, cows, livestock, livestock economy, portrait,
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Stock Photo #1566-1067679, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
Stock Photo #4286-60206, A Fulani girl stands in the doorway of a straw hut in the small village of Bele Kwara in southwestern Niger . The Fulani people are primarily nomadic pastoralists who crisscross across the West African Sahel, leading their cattle, sheep, and goats in search of water and rich grazing grounds in a yearly cycle that has continued for centuries. In the past years, though, a large percentage of Fulani people have adopted a more sedentary lifestyle. While still holding onto their pastoralist roots, s
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A Fulani girl stands in the doorway of a straw hut in the small village of Bele Kwara in southwestern Niger . The Fulani peop...
A Fulani girl stands in the doorway of a straw hut in the small village of Bele Kwara in southwestern Niger . The Fulani people are primarily nomadic pastoralists who crisscross across the West African Sahel, leading their cattle, sheep, and goats in search of water and rich grazing grounds in a yearly cycle that has continued for centuries. In the past years, though, a large percentage of Fulani people have adopted a more sedentary lifestyle. While still holding onto their pastoralist roots, s
Stock Photo #1566-1076409, primary school in a remote Ethiopian village
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Stock Photo #4272-40713, Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.
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Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.
Stock Photo #1566-1072984, primary school in a remote Ethiopian village
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Stock Photo #1566-978447, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-10437, A Dassanech man beats out the blade of a hand axe using a stone as an anvil and a piece of iron as a hammer. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A Dassanech man beats out the blade of a hand axe using a stone as an anvil and a piece of iron as a hammer. Much the largest...
A Dassanech man beats out the blade of a hand axe using a stone as an anvil and a piece of iron as a hammer. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-19093, A Pokot woman in the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status, enters her house. The man is preparing a concoction to bless a pregnant woman for a successful birth.
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A Pokot woman in the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status, enters her house. The man is ...
A Pokot woman in the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status, enters her house. The man is preparing a concoction to bless a pregnant woman for a successful birth.
Stock Photo #4272-20490, Mali, Douentza. A Bella man wearing a turban. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
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Mali, Douentza. A Bella man wearing a turban. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tua...
Mali, Douentza. A Bella man wearing a turban. The Bella are predominantly pastoral people and were once the slaves of the Tuareg of Northern Mali.
Stock Photo #4272-10548, A group of Hamar women and children in traditional dress.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose richly ochred women have striking styles of traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and cowrie shells are popular adornments yet the sea is 500 miles from their home.
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A group of Hamar women and children in traditional dress.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose richly ochred women ha...
A group of Hamar women and children in traditional dress.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose richly ochred women have striking styles of traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and cowrie shells are popular adornments yet the sea is 500 miles from their home.
Stock Photo #4141-73250, Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
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Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, A...
Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
Stock Photo #1566-1084089, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-19091, A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralis...
A Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #1566-1175333, Traditional huts in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia
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Traditional huts in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia
Stock Photo #1566-1080298, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1080297, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-19095, In Pokot tradition, when a woman is 4-6 months pregnant, she and her husband will sit at the entrance to their home in a ceremony called Parpara. Friends and relatives will come to bless her for a successful birth, rubbing the concoction on her stomach.
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In Pokot tradition, when a woman is 4-6 months pregnant, she and her husband will sit at the entrance to their home in a cere...
In Pokot tradition, when a woman is 4-6 months pregnant, she and her husband will sit at the entrance to their home in a ceremony called Parpara. Friends and relatives will come to bless her for a successful birth, rubbing the concoction on her stomach.
Stock Photo #4272-16815, View from a luxury tent at Sarara looking towards the Matthews Mountains. The camp is owned and run by the local Samburu community. Sarara Lodge is the tourism initiative of the Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust.
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View from a luxury tent at Sarara looking towards the Matthews Mountains. The camp is owned and run by the local Samburu comm...
View from a luxury tent at Sarara looking towards the Matthews Mountains. The camp is owned and run by the local Samburu community. Sarara Lodge is the tourism initiative of the Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Stock Photo #1597-123120, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
Stock Photo #1566-1067676, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #1783-43761, Niger, Peul Bororo or Woodabe pastoralist. Tiguidit Escarpment; Sahara Desert
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Stock Photo #4272-16731, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-19101, The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. At the conclusion of the ritual, his father-in-law blesses him.
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The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This...
The Pokot have a small ceremony called Koyogho when a man pays his in-laws the balance of the agreed dowry for his wife. This may take place many years after he marries her. At the conclusion of the ritual, his father-in-law blesses him.
Stock Photo #1848-406499, Cow, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
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Cow, Altiplano Bolivian highland, Oruro Department, Bolivia, South America
Stock Photo #4272-10442, A Dassanech girl leaning against a bale of cattle fodder on a raised platform is silhouetted against the evening sky at a settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A Dassanech girl leaning against a bale of cattle fodder on a raised platform is silhouetted against the evening sky at a set...
A Dassanech girl leaning against a bale of cattle fodder on a raised platform is silhouetted against the evening sky at a settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-10596, In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethi...
In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10595, A group of Dassanech walk along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A group of Dassanech walk along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushi...
A group of Dassanech walk along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #1566-1083521, Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation FGM, female circumcision or female genital mutilation/cutting FGM/C, is defined by the WHO as ´all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other inj. Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation FGM, female circumcision or female genital mutilation/cutting FGM/C, is defined by the WHO as ´all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia
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Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation FGM, female circumcision or female genital mutilation/cutting...
Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation FGM, female circumcision or female genital mutilation/cutting FGM/C, is defined by the WHO as ´all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other inj. Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation FGM, female circumcision or female genital mutilation/cutting FGM/C, is defined by the WHO as ´all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia
Stock Photo #1566-1078842, Selling goods such as milk, tea and vegetables on the market in Ethiopia, is a job carried out by women and girls
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Selling goods such as milk, tea and vegetables on the market in Ethiopia, is a job carried out by women and girls
Stock Photo #1566-1071229, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #4272-10446, Two Dassanech men sit amongst their cattle at their settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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Two Dassanech men sit amongst their cattle at their settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the...
Two Dassanech men sit amongst their cattle at their settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-10601, A Dassanech woman takes grain from her familys grain store situated on a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The villagers food reserves are kept high off the ground in semi circular granaries in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin.
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A Dassanech woman takes grain from her familys grain store situated on a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The vil...
A Dassanech woman takes grain from her familys grain store situated on a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The villagers food reserves are kept high off the ground in semi circular granaries in case of flooding.The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin.
Stock Photo #4272-16842, Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
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Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living w...
Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
Stock Photo #4272-10598, In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethi...
In the late afternoon, a group of Dassanech children wave to passing visitors along a bank of the Omo River in Southwest Ethiopia. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10691, A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Eth...
A Hamar woman blows a tin trumpet at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-33017, A Datoga woman puts on brass leg ornaments before attending a wedding. The traditional attire of Datoga women includes beautifully tanned and decorated leather dresses and coiled brass ornaments of every description. The Datoga live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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A Datoga woman puts on brass leg ornaments before attending a wedding. The traditional attire of Datoga women includes beauti...
A Datoga woman puts on brass leg ornaments before attending a wedding. The traditional attire of Datoga women includes beautifully tanned and decorated leather dresses and coiled brass ornaments of every description. The Datoga live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-10388, A tribal elder of the Nyangatom sits watching a dance. He is wearing an Italian military hat left behind from the colonial era, which he has decorated with feathers for the dance. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A tribal elder of the Nyangatom sits watching a dance. He is wearing an Italian military hat left behind from the colonial er...
A tribal elder of the Nyangatom sits watching a dance. He is wearing an Italian military hat left behind from the colonial era, which he has decorated with feathers for the dance. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #1566-1079928, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1597-125978, agriculture, animals, benefit, Bouches du Rhone, economy, farmer, France, Europe, livestock, man, model, no, peasant
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Stock Photo #1566-1079570, primary school in a remote Ethiopian village
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Stock Photo #4272-10743, A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditi...
A Hamar woman at Turmi Market.The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-17232, Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can always be found by digging wells along its broad course. The water is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists living in this rugged country.
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Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can ...
Goats graze the parched countryside close to the tree-lined Milgis lugga. The Milgis is a seasonal river but fresh water can always be found by digging wells along its broad course. The water is a lifeline for Samburu pastoralists living in this rugged country.
Stock Photo #4272-10617, Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language...
Ethiopia, Southwest Ethiopia, Omo Delta. The Braided and ochred hairstyle of a Dassanech girl. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-10404, A young Nyangatom woman has painted her face and body and put a feather in her hair in preparation for a dance. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. She has a pierced lower lip through which she has inserted a nail and she is wearing a goatskin apron. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A young Nyangatom woman has painted her face and body and put a feather in her hair in preparation for a dance. Her hair has ...
A young Nyangatom woman has painted her face and body and put a feather in her hair in preparation for a dance. Her hair has been reddened with a mixture of ochre and animal fat. She has a pierced lower lip through which she has inserted a nail and she is wearing a goatskin apron. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10440, A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening sky at his settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening sky at his settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the ...
A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening sky at his settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #1566-1068713, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #4272-10700, A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
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A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest ...
A Hamar woman being whipped by a man at a Jumping of the Bull ceremony. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia whose women wear striking traditional dress and style their red ochred hair mop fashion.
Stock Photo #4272-17236, A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
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A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley a...
A Samburu warrior looks out over a vast expanse of inhospitable country from the eastern scarp of Africas Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away.
Stock Photo #4141-73251, Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
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Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, A...
Maasai claiming payment at the Predator Compensation Fund Pay Day, Mbirikani Group Ranch, Amboseli-Tsavo eco-system, Kenya, Africa, October 2012
Stock Photo #4272-10607, A Dassanech woman and her daughter milk their familys cattle in the early morning as the womans husband looks on. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
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A Dassanech woman and her daughter milk their familys cattle in the early morning as the womans husband looks on. The Dassane...
A Dassanech woman and her daughter milk their familys cattle in the early morning as the womans husband looks on. The Dassanech speak a language of Eastern Cushitic origin. They live in the Omo Delta and they practice animal husbandry and fishing as well as agriculture.
Stock Photo #4272-43820, Chad, Elikeo, Ennedi, Sahara. Toubou tribesmen drive their goats to water across harsh terrain.
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Chad, Elikeo, Ennedi, Sahara. Toubou tribesmen drive their goats to water across harsh terrain.
Stock Photo #4272-10470, A Dassanech woman winnows grain by pouring it from her metal tin and letting it fall onto a calfskin. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A Dassanech woman winnows grain by pouring it from her metal tin and letting it fall onto a calfskin. Much the largest of the...
A Dassanech woman winnows grain by pouring it from her metal tin and letting it fall onto a calfskin. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #1597-128206, animal, animals, benefit, bovine, cattle, cows, economy, livestock, meadow, Scottish highland cattle,
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Stock Photo #1597-130261, Argentina, South America, Gauchos, at work, Estancia Cecilia, Candelaria, Posadas, Misiones, South America, Gaucho, me
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Stock Photo #4272-32811, A young Datoga man tends his family's livestock on the plains east of Lake Manyara in Northern Tanzania.The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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A young Datoga man tends his family's livestock on the plains east of Lake Manyara in Northern Tanzania.The Datoga (known to ...
A young Datoga man tends his family's livestock on the plains east of Lake Manyara in Northern Tanzania.The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #1566-1076054, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #1566-1072274, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4192-5351, Chingissin, Mongolia
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Stock Photo #4272-16734, Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
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Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living ...
Semi arid thorn scrub best describes the vegetation of northern Samburuland where semi nomadic pastoralists eke out a living from an unforgiving land. The region is characterised by grand vistas, poor soil and an unreliable rainfall.
Stock Photo #4272-40724, North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Sheep wait to drink at a northern watering hole.
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North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Sheep wait to drink at a northern watering hole.
Stock Photo #1566-1067680, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village Girls and women have the responsibility of milking the cows because too little pasture,
Stock Photo #4272-17239, A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away
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A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the lan...
A magnificent view from the eastern scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley at Losiolo, north of Maralal. From 8,000 feet the land tumbles away 3,000 feet into rugged valleys and a broad plain, the domain of nomadic pastoralists, before rising again 75 miles away
Stock Photo #1566-1075375, Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
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Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farmin...
Ethiopian people living in the North of the country are related to Somali people They are nomadic and live from cattle farming Most of them however, live in a village The men are considered adult already on a very young age and have to protect the family
Stock Photo #4272-10747, A beautifully decorated leather skirt of a Hamar woman.The Hamar are sem nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia who live in harsh country around the Hamar Mountains of Southwest Ethiopia. Their whole way of life is based on the needs of their livestock. Cattle are economically and culturally their most important asset.
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A beautifully decorated leather skirt of a Hamar woman.The Hamar are sem nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia who live ...
A beautifully decorated leather skirt of a Hamar woman.The Hamar are sem nomadic pastoralists of Southwest Ethiopia who live in harsh country around the Hamar Mountains of Southwest Ethiopia. Their whole way of life is based on the needs of their livestock. Cattle are economically and culturally their most important asset.
Stock Photo #4272-10474, A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest o...
A young Dassanech boy with an elaborate clay hairdo and headband of beads at his village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-19056, A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. Her lower belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads. Kenya
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A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. Her lower ...
A young married Pokot woman wearing the traditional beaded ornaments of her tribe which denote her married status. Her lower belt is made with the metacarpus and metatarsal bones of dikdiks interspersed with beads. Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-10572, A young Hamar girl cradles her newborn sister.the Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia are semi-nomadic pastoralists whose whole way of life is based on the needs of their stock. They live in the Hamar Mountains and the semi arid thorn scrub country adjacent to the seasonal lake Chew Bahir.
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A young Hamar girl cradles her newborn sister.the Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia are semi-nomadic pastoralists whose whole way o...
A young Hamar girl cradles her newborn sister.the Hamar of Southwest Ethiopia are semi-nomadic pastoralists whose whole way of life is based on the needs of their stock. They live in the Hamar Mountains and the semi arid thorn scrub country adjacent to the seasonal lake Chew Bahir.
Stock Photo #4272-32883, In the early morning, an ox-drawn plough tills the fertile volcanic soil of Tanzania's rich Southern Highlands region.
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In the early morning, an ox-drawn plough tills the fertile volcanic soil of Tanzania's rich Southern Highlands region.
Stock Photo #4272-16840, Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
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Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living w...
Gabbra women dance at a gathering in the village of Kalacha. The Gabbra are a Cushitic tribe of nomadic pastoralists living with their herds of camels and goats around the fringe of the Chalbi Desert.
Stock Photo #4272-33014, A Datoga woman with a beaded hat worn on ceremonial occasions. Yellow and light blue are the preferred colours of the beads they wear. Scarification of the face is not uncommon among women and girls. The Datoga live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
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A Datoga woman with a beaded hat worn on ceremonial occasions. Yellow and light blue are the preferred colours of the beads t...
A Datoga woman with a beaded hat worn on ceremonial occasions. Yellow and light blue are the preferred colours of the beads they wear. Scarification of the face is not uncommon among women and girls. The Datoga live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.
Stock Photo #4272-10549, An attractive Hamar girl in traditional dress. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose women have striking styles of traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and cowrie shells are popular adornments yet the sea is 500 miles from their home
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An attractive Hamar girl in traditional dress. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose women have striking styles of tr...
An attractive Hamar girl in traditional dress. The Hamar are semi nomadic pastoralists whose women have striking styles of traditional dress. Skins are widely used for clothing and cowrie shells are popular adornments yet the sea is 500 miles from their home
Stock Photo #1566-1081740, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
Stock Photo #4272-19065, Pokot warriors celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
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Pokot warriors celebrate an Atelo ceremony. The Pokot are pastoralists speaking a Southern Nilotic language.
Stock Photo #1566-1078160, The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
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The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic...
The Afari Northern Etiopie were originally nomads and live in very primitive huts made of straw, twigs and a piece of plastic living conditions are hard: it is warm, smoke from cooking and lack of space If there is only one bed for the whole family
Stock Photo #4272-10455, Dassanech children play on the bank of the Omo River at sunset. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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Dassanech children play on the bank of the Omo River at sunset. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering ar...
Dassanech children play on the bank of the Omo River at sunset. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #1566-1074332, Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
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Portrait of a villager in Awash, Afar region in Ethiopia
Stock Photo #1566-1071932, Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
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Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore ...
Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees and therefore less firewood available
Stock Photo #4272-10452, Dassanech tribesmen and women load into a dugout canoe ready to pole across the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
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Dassanech tribesmen and women load into a dugout canoe ready to pole across the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in ...
Dassanech tribesmen and women load into a dugout canoe ready to pole across the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.
Stock Photo #4272-10481, A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut. The Kwego are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
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A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut. The Kwego are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who...
A Kwego woman grinds sorghum flour at the entrance to her hut. The Kwego are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
Stock Photo #4272-10565, An attractive Hamar woman leads a goat to sell at Dimeka, the largest market in the Hamar country of Southwest Ethiopia. People travel there great distances on foot to attend the weekly commercial and social event.
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An attractive Hamar woman leads a goat to sell at Dimeka, the largest market in the Hamar country of Southwest Ethiopia. Peop...
An attractive Hamar woman leads a goat to sell at Dimeka, the largest market in the Hamar country of Southwest Ethiopia. People travel there great distances on foot to attend the weekly commercial and social event.

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