Pastoralism in Kenya

Pastoralism is a traditional practice in Kenya that involves the raising and herding of livestock, such as cattle and goats, in a sustainable way that preserves natural resources like grasslands and water. #traditional #practice Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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Patewo Storytelling Tradition in Yoruba Culture, The

The Patewo Storytelling Tradition in Yoruba Culture is a system of oral history, storytelling, and performance, where a designated individual, known as a patewo, is responsible for preserving and transmitting the cultural heritage of a community through music, poetry, and narrative. #system #oral Position in the diagram of Africanity: #IntangibleAfricanity

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Patrilineal descent

Patrilineal descent is a common form of kinship organization in many African societies, in which descent is traced through the male line and inheritance is passed down from father to son. #common #form

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Pedi mural painting

Pedi mural painting is a traditional mural art form from the Pedi people of South Africa, characterized by its use of paint and intricate designs that often convey cultural identity and history. #traditional #art Position in the diagram of Africanity: #TangibleAfricanity

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Peer-to-Peer Learning

Peer-to-peer learning is a type of education in which students learn from each other, rather than from a teacher or instructor. This can take many forms, such as study groups, peer mentoring programs, and collaborative projects, and is particularly useful in promoting active learning and student engagement. #type #education Position in the diagram of Africanity:…

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Pende masks

Pende masks are used by the Pende people of Democratic Republic of Congo in initiation ceremonies and other important rituals. The masks are often decorated with colorful geometric patterns and designs and are believed to embody the spirit of the ancestors. #used #people Position in the diagram of Africanity: #IntangibleAfricanity

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Pestle and Mortar

A pestle and mortar is a set of tools used for grinding and crushing spices, herbs, and other substances into a powder or paste. The mortar is a bowl-shaped container, and the pestle is a heavy, blunt instrument used for pounding and grinding. #used #grinding Position in the diagram of Africanity: #TangibleAfricanity

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Poetry Competitions

Poetry competitions are popular in several African countries, including Rwanda and Somalia. Competitors recite traditional poems and are evaluated on their delivery, expression, and understanding of the poem. #popular #several

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Polygamy

A common form of marriage in which a man has multiple wives, which is still practiced in many African societies. #common #form Position in the diagram of Africanity: #ConcreteAfricology

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Poro

A secret society found in several West African countries, which is focused on the education and initiation of young men into adulthood, and emphasizes the importance of community, tradition, and leadership. #secret #society

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