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Yakee - Wodaabe - Wodaabe (CD, Album)

16.09.2019
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  1. Sono i Peulh Wodaabe, più noti come Bororo, allevatori di zebù dalle grandi corna a lira nelle savane del Tchad centrale, ad accogliere l'esigenza di Elena di farsi pastore. Nella transumanza i Wodaabe seguono la natura nomade e trovano erba buona per le loro mucche; la mobilità induce a mettere radici su pascoli temporanei, in ogni prato.
  2. Location, Land, and Climate Wodaabe are nomads, migrating through much of the Sahel from northern Cameroon to Chad, Niger, and northeast Nigeria. The last nomads in the area, the Wodaabe number between , and , Other around them - the Hausa, Fulani, and Tuaeg - regard the Wodaabe as wild people. The Wodaabe refer to the Fulani with equal disdain as Wodaabe who lost their way.
  3. Sep 17,  · Wodaabe are nomads, migrating through much of the Sahel from northern Cameroon to Chad, Niger, and northeast Nigeria. The last nomads in the area, the Wodaabe number between , and , Other around them - the Hausa, Fulani, and Tuaeg - regard the Wodaabe as wild people. The Wodaabe refer to the Fulani with equal disdain as Wodaabe who.
  4. The Wodaabe follow their herds in an endless migration across the borders of Niger, Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon in search of pasture. The droughts which have ravaged the Sahel since the late s have devastated Wodaabe cattle herds, and this film looks at the daily pattern of survival of one hard-pressed family group at the height of the dry.
  5. Get this from a library! The Wodaabe. [Granada Television International.; Films Inc. Video.;] -- Follows the Wodaabe people of Niger, one of the last nomad tribes on earth, as they cross one of the harshest landscapes on earth, the drought-ravaged Sahel, south of the Sahara. Despite their.
  6. Dec 19, - The Wodaabe or Bororo are a small subgroup of the Fulani ethnic group.. See more ideas about Niger, Africa, People of the world pins.
  7. Sep 11,  · Also referred to as the Bororo or Mbororo, the Wodaabe, comprise of a small subcategory. Traditionally, they are cattle herders as well as traders situated in the Sahel. They migrate from the south of Niger, north of Nigeria, southwestern Chad, and northeastern Cameroon extending up to the western parts of Central African Republic.
  8. “This is the only film to offer in-depth Wodaabe perspectives on the striking performances of these West African herders. Sandrine Loncke´s compelling and beautiful work is unlike any other film about the Wodaabe of Niger; it provides fresh images and insightful commentary that effectively reframe common stereotypes and misunderstandings about the Wodaabe.

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