The Mundari, also referred to as Mandari, are a small ethnic group and one of the Nilotic peoples, living north of the capital of Juba, South Sudan. Like other Nilotic tribes, they are very cattle-oriented and treasure their cattle more than anything else and are said to sleep close to their most prized cow. Their cattle serves as food, a form of currency and a mark of status. I found living with the tribe for three days an exceptional experience. The cattle are treated like members of the family and are well looked after. Ash from burnt cow dung is...
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