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Bôkôlô: A One-Well Village

It’s becoming ever more difficult to quench the thirst of a growing population.

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Fascinating Wedding Ritual, Burkina Faso

This tradition has yet to be documented in video.

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Doohi Ceremony in Takeou, Burkina Faso

Similar to the Goja Ceremony in Benin, Doohi is an opportunity for teenagers to dress up, impress their peers, and attract a prospective spouse.

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Traditional Artisans in Djibo, Burkina Faso

In Djibo there are there are Fulani arisans, Fulani barbers, Fulani carpenters, and even the mayor is Fulani.

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Out to Pasture in Walewale, Ghana

They say its the last place in West Africa you can find untamed bush.

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Adventure on the Pulaku Trail – Late February

2000km through three countries in two weeks.

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Discovering my Fulani Identity

Guida blogs: For three months, I became a student of my mother tongue.

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Spinning Cotton in Cinkanssé, Togo

A group of Fulani women continue an ancient craft.

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Politesse Africaine

Christoph blogs: I awoke this morning to the sight of black leather boots outside my mosquito net.

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A Diversity of Clans in Northern Togo

Traveling from camp to camp in northern Togo is like traveling through several West African countries.

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Hitting the Pulaku Trail

Here’s a short movie from our first few hundred kilometers.

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Goro-Dicko, the man behind the smile

An interview with the face of the Pulaku Project.

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