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Borana women make a living by promoting of their culture to tourists:
A group of women from the Borana community in Kinna ward,Isiolo are making a living through promotion of their culture to attract tourists who visit the Meru National Park.
Population: 2 million (2013)
Location: Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia
History: Believed to have immigrated from Ethiopia in the 10th century.
Culture: The Borana are Cushitic people, related to the Gabbra, Sakuye, and Rendille. They are nomadic pastoralists, herding cattle, sheep, goats, and some camels. They women on the Ethiopian side elaborately braid their hair.
Religion: Mostly Animism and Islam. Christianity is growing.