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ንፈገግታ ዝተፈላለየ ንፈገግታ ካብ ባህልና ወብሳይት ዝወጸእን ሰባት ብዝሰዱልናን ስለዝኾነ ንስኹም ውን እንተለኩም ስደዱልና ኢኹም: ከሙኡ ውን ኣብ ስራሕና ሓጋዚ ክኸውን ርእይቶኹም ኣይፈለየና::

ንፈገግታ ዝተፈላለየ ንፈገግታ ካብ ባህልና ወብሳይት ዝወጸእን ሰባት ብዝሰዱልናን ስለዝኾነ

ንስኹም ውን እንተለኩም ስደዱልና ኢኹም: ከሙኡ ውን ኣብ ስራሕና ሓጋዚ ክኸውን

ርእይቶኹም ኣይፈለየና::…



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The people of Eritrea ብዛዕባ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ





 

The people of Eritrea



 

Population: 4,561,500 (2005 estimate)

Age structure:

0-14 years: 44.8% (male 1,023,900; female 1,019,400

15-64 years: 51.9% (male 1,170,800; female 1,194,700)

65 years and over: 3.3% (male 74,300;…

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Tv Eri Live ቲቪ ኤሪ

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Tigrinya ትግርኛ:Most Tigrinya-speakers are sedentary farmers living in the densely populated central highaland of Maakel and Debub

 

Tigrgna ትግርኛ

Most Tigrinya-speakers are sedentary farmers living in the densely populated central highaland of Maakel and Debub, though they are spread from this ancestral farmland over much of…

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Added by Admin on September 18, 2011 at 3:00am — 2 Comments

Hdarb ሕዳርብ:The Hedareb, also known as T'badwe, live in a wide arc stretching from western barka across the north-western valleys of the arid, volcanic sahel region

The Hedareb, also known as T'badwe, live in a wide arc stretching from western barka across the north-western valleys of the arid, volcanic sahel region, where the liberation front had its fortified rear bases throughout much of the independence war. their ancestral roots are among the Nilotic Beja peoples, whose territory stretches from Eritrea across northeastern Sudan to southren Egypt and…

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Added by Admin on September 14, 2011 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

Nara ናራ:The Nara live in the western slopes and Barka plains. like their neighbors, the kunama

The Nara live in the western slopes and Barka plains. like their neighbors, the kunama, with whom they share some customs, the Nara are mainly sedentary farmers with a marked interest in cattle. However, their matrilineal family structure was transFormed into a patrilineal one-and their traditional religion forcibly supplanted by Islam- during the Egyptian occupation of their homelands in the 1850s.…

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Rashaida ራሻይዳ:The Rashaida are the country's only ethnic Arabs.Mainly pastoralists and traders

The Rashaida are the country's only ethnic Arabs.Mainly pastoralists and traders, the rashaida migrated to northeast Africa in the 19th century from the Hejaz. They are Arabic-speaking Muslims, living along the northern coast and along the Sudan border in tightly-knit, patrilineal clan. rashaida women are noted for their red-and-balck patterned dresses and their long heavy veils, often embroidered with silver, beads and seed…

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kunama ኩናማ:The Kunama live in southwestern Eritrea around the town of barentu and close to the border with ethiopia

The Kunama live in southwestern Eritrea around the town of barentu and close to the border with ethiopia. some are chrsistian, some Muslim, but many follow their own faith, centered aroun worship of the creator, Anna, and veneration of ancestral heroes. Their society is strongly egalitarian with distinctive matrilineal elements. historically, most were hunters and farmers, tilling the soil with hand-held hoes to grow a…

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Saho ሳሆ:The saho inhabit the Asmara and Massawa and the Hazumo valley.

The saho inhabit the Asmara and Massawa and the Hazumo valley. most and Muslim. Some are seasonal farmers and herders, though a growing number are sedentary farmers living in the southeastern highlands. Among them are skillede…
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Afar ዓፋር >>Eritrean Afars, also known as Dankils, live mainly along the south-

 

Eritrean Afars, also known as Dankils, live mainly along the south-eastern…

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Bilen ብሌን >>The cushitic-speaking Bilen live in and around the city of Keren.





                                                                       Bilen ብሌን

The cushitic-speaking Bilen live in and around the city of Keren. Among the are Muslim and Christian (mostly Catholic) herders and farmers. Theirs is a traditional society organized into kinship groups. Bilen women are known for their brightly coloured clothes, their gold, copper or silver nose rings, and…

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