Karatu village Tanzania

Just south of Tanzania’s wondrous in Goregaon region lies the district of Kurata here the Araku people make their home living day by day as they have for centuries you in karate village each day begins with the children tending livestock before heading off to school agriculture is the backbone of kuratas economy the Araku employs sophisticated irrigation practices passed down from their northern ancestors in in gerricault by mid-morning peratis market is bustling with activity as berries goods are traded. This is a central part of daily life for the Araku a more recent addition to the local economy is brick making which provides supplemental income for families during the dry season, and helps fund children’s educational costs you a typical midday meal consists of rice maize, and beans providing the necessary nourishment for the afternoon work in the fields, and Brickyard education is essential for the future generations of the region, and most children are eager to attend school the students of karate are dedicated to their daily studies lessons begin early in the morning, and last well into the afternoon as part of the world classroom initiative the grand circle Foundation has provided this school with essential supplies, and given scholarships to various students with work, and school finished for the day hirato settles into evening tomorrow will bring another day so.

Karatu village Tanzania Photo Gallery

This is karate market will walk into the market, and the things you find in the market that the things you should find in people’s box visiting a market here reveals a lot about gender roles in this rural area women provide eighty percent of the labor force, it’s wonderful every market is, it’s exciting to be in a market. I’m a huge Abadi made from flour in water chapati is served at breakfast with soup or tea, and at lunch or dinner with stew, and vegetables my first haircut in Africa. I don’t think so.

I think. I had one in Tunisia but you know my certainly my first haircut south of the Equator. I like it.

I said short, and he’s cutting it joy Ronnie what’s it Mickey you guys gotta get ready to go to church here a little bit later. How much is that gonna cost PETA for the Hat guys. How is the heck, and we a mix of Christian Muslim, and indigenous police Tanzanians pride themselves on living together with a broad range of religious diversity the chance to be with the people, and to be active. I mean you get to interact with everyone you get to go to the market you get to go in their homes you get to share a meal with a family.

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