South Sudan
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REALLY hot in South Sudan
The daily process of collecting, spreading and flattening the dung in the hot dry sun and then making it into neat piles is cultural trait past down from generation to generation. This process fills the air with smoke and dust as they rub this powdery ash both on themselves and the cows. In doing this, it will help keep away the ever biting tsetse flies, protection from the sun and keep the cows from getting disease from other biting insects. Tending to over 50 cows, 18 year old John says he, “has much respect from others because of his cows.”
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