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Friday, April 1, 2016

Hands Tell the Story of Africa

You can tell a lot about a person from their hands. If your hands could speak, what would they say?



Hands tell the story of Africa


Ethiopian Coffee

Ethiopia is the world's fifth largest coffee producer and Africa's top producer

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Education in Liberia

Liberian education Minister George Werner, in 2015 announced that the entire pre-primary and primary education system would be outsourced to private American firm Bridge International Academies to manage.

Education Liberia

Samburu Woman of Kenya

The Samburu people live in northern Kenya near the foothills of the second highest peak in Africa, Mount Kenya.

Samburu Woman of Kenya

Farming in Africa

The traditional hand tools and techniques for threshing, winnowing, and milling have changed little in 3,515 years and are still commonly used throughout Africa.

Farming in Africa

Battle for Africa

The Second Congo War claimed over 5.4 million lives and is the deadliest worldwide conflict since World War II.

War in Burundi Africa


Hands Tell the Story of Africa
Hands tell the story of our lives











What your hands say about you

looking at your hands can reveal a lot about you such as what's going on in our lives, grooming habits, sexuality, your occupation, and hobbies.


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