The WEA continues to encourage focused and concerted prayer for Syria and all the people of Syria. The WEA has learnt that the churches in Syria have decided to hold a special day of united prayer on Saturday, May 11th, 2013: please consider joining our brothers and sisters in Christ as they pray. M
Cows are very treasured by the Fulani. For the Fulani to farm is almost a rejection of their heritage. The Jelgooji of eastern Burkina Faso have clung to the tradition of herding more tenaciously than many other Fulani groups..
There are many names used in many languages to refer to the Fulbe, or Fulani. Fula are primarily known to be pastoralists, but are also traders in some areas...
WEA has recently received this message from a friend in Syria: the e-mail starts by quoting Philippians 4 verses 4-7: The Word of God is our strength to serve the Lord in this New Year. It is our desire to help those who have joined with us and focus on His work through everything that had happened
Dosadh, Hindu of India Dosadh, Hindu of India The Dusadh are economically backward. Sometimes they earn their livelihood by searching for insects in the
The Aweer are a remnant hunter-gatherer group living along the Kenyan coast in Lamu District on the mainland. In the last 30 years, the Aweer have faced very difficult times.
The ceasefire with Gaza collapsed on Friday after both Israel and Hamas militants accused each other of violating it. Volleys this weekend from Gaza were met with Israeli airstrikes that took out the head of the Hamas military wing.
The Kumals worship their family god, Same (god of beasts), snake gods and goddesses, Banaskhandi, or gods and goddesses of forests, and others.