The Parching Winds of Somalia Trailer

The Parching Winds of Somalia Trailer (1984)

01 January 1984 30 mins

The film provides a close look at how the nomadic inhabitants of Somalia have withstood the ravages of a harsh desert environment and the encroachment of European imperial forces by synthesizing knowledge of the past, Muslim practices, and skillful livestock management in a successful fusion of traditional values with modern techniques.

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Somalia 01 January 1984

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