Tolai People of Rabaul

  • February 23, 2021     Joy Marie Salgado

Port Moresby – Among the various destinations in Papua New Guinea, Rabaul has a unique charm, with its pristine ...
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Mossi Language and Culture

  • February 02, 2021     Friendly Borders Staff

Ouagadougou – The Mossi (also known as the Mosi or Moore people) live within the massive plateau of Burkina Faso. They...
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Drummers: Historians of the Dagomba People

  • January 26, 2021     Friendly Borders Staff

Accra – In modern-day Ghana, ten regions are home to various ethnic communities. One of them, the Dagomba, or ...
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