Success story of promoting traditional foods and…Kenya
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EN: A sacred site in Kamaembe where traditional food is offered before planting.
EN: A Pokot elder, Kepet, 'reading' the intestines of a slaughtered goat to predict the state of the weather.
EN: Girls in Kamaembe, Kitui pounding grain using the traditional way. Only certain varieties can be pounded this way without splitting.
EN: Mrs Mulee Kimonyi of Kyanika Adult Women Group using a tape recorder to document indigenous knowledge from an elderly lady, Ukulu.
EN: Ms Mukui Munzaa demonstrating the value of creeping forms of cow-peas in soil erosion control, Kamaembe, Kitui.
EN: Girls from Muraka Primary School, Kakamega County, reciting a poem on traditional foods during a foodways fair.
EN: Pokot boys performing during a traditional foods fair in Chemolingot, Baringo.
EN: Members of the Isukha community and pupils of Muraka and Shihuli primary schools, Kakamega country, marching to create awareness on traditional foodways.
EN: A young boy admiring artwork on Pokot foodways during traditional foodways celebrations in Chemolingot, 2012.
EN: Ms Adanje holding traditional vegetables in Kakamega market.