Kanjaga Tribe 5 kebu 2008

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The Kanjaga tribe is one of the smallest tribes in Burkina Faso. They are related to the Builsa tribe, an ethnic group of Ghana. In turn, the Builsa people belong to the Gur people cluster. The Kanjagas speak a language called Buli, which is very similar to that spoken by the Builsa people. The majority of the Kanjagas practice indigenous religions. They are farmers who eke out a living from the land. They usually raise crops like sorghum and millet. The Kanjaga families live together in extended households. Economic development is practically unknown for the Kanjaga. Several charity organizations are currently working in the area. A significant part of the proceeds will go to local charity projects.

Additional product information

Year 2,008
Material Bronze
Condition UNC
Denomination 5 kebu
Mintage 1000
Diámeter (mm) 30

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