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Unformatted text preview: Methodology Map of Africa in the year 2000 Map of West Africa with ethnic groups marked Map of Mali with Dogon area in close up Map of Dogon Area Woman drawing water from a well in Dogon country during a sandstorm Fulani woman with bowl of sorghum Two men gaining access to caves in Dogon cliffs via ropes, Mali Stair carved in living rock of Dogon cliffs Dogon country, village of Songo, the only water source during the dry season Child with Guinea Worm (dracunculiasis) 19 th century photograph of two men with Guinea Worm Taken from the Jimmy Carter Center, program for the eradication of Guinea worm Woman carrying water from a pond Filtering water to prevent guinea worm transmission. Water carrying and purification is a female task so any development project dealing with diseases transmitted through water must deal with women who usually do not speak a European language. Aerial view of Jenne-Jeno Map of sites where terracottas are found in Jenne region, Mal Jenne terracotta, 11 th to 15 th century, Jenne region, Mali Huge pot in which...
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