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FC: My Peace Corp Trip to Somalia BY: Niki Colletti

2: There is a lot of beautiful wild life.

6: Dear Mom, Everyday is a new experience. I am constantly intrigued and amazed every day. I am the most fascinated by the clothing of the Somali people. The clothing is provincial; it is different everywhere. Although the same basic garb is worn, each region puts its on twist on it. The urban men wear western pants or a flowing plaid kilt known as ma’awii and western shirts, shawls and colorful turbans. They are absolutely beautiful. Each cloth dyed with precision and effort. The urban woman in the north wear dresses called direhs and the southern women wear 4-yard- long cloths that wrap around the waist and tie over the shoulder. These cloths are also referred to as gutinos. Rural women wear sturdier versions. All women wear head scarves and shawls. Glitter is very characteristic of women. They really like to look nice and sparkle. I find it fascinating. I am often captivated by these women’s faces. It is very unique to their culture. Miss You! Love, Niki

7: These are examples of how the women dress.

8: Traditional wedding bride and groom.

9: An example of how the men dress.

10: Artifacts | Spoons!

11: These are xeedohooyin that are used for food storage. However, they use them traditionally in weddings. | The rug hanging is a traditional prayer rug known as a Sali or derin.

12: Political

18: Works Cited Camel. Photograph. Somalia Media. Web. 6 Jan. 2011. . Fragile Somali Landscape. Photograph. Sun Fire Cooking. Web. . Since there is little vegetation. What they do have is needed for grazing for their cattle. Recently they have resorted to Sun Fire Cooking to eliminate the need for coal and wood. Gerstle, Daniel J. Bosasso Baboon Like Human. Photograph. This picture was taken of a basasso baboon imitating humans. Sadly enough he is smoking. I felt that it captured some of the wildlife and how they are being treated. So sad that it is in a cage. Horton, Karen. Somalia Postage Stamp: Child Welfare. Photograph. This is stamp that refelcts the Italian occupation. This one of four stamps from. They are now collector items. I feel I could use this as a beginning page picture.

19: Pan-African News. African Union Peacekeeping Troops Arriving in Somalia. Photograph. African Union Peacekeeping Troops arriving in Somalia. The contingent is supposed to stabilize the country after a US-backed invasion by Ethiopia had sparked a guerrilla movement aimed at removing foreign occupation. Photograph. Somali Culture. Web. 6 Jan. 2011. . I used this website for multiple pictures of artifacts. Photograph. Somlia: A Lost History. Web. 6 Jan. 2011. . Two documents came from this website Photograph. Wiki. Mkaj Wang, and Kinsley Burris. Web. . How the women dress

20: Students Bring Africa to Tucson. Photograph. Tuscon Citizen. Com. 3 Jan. 2011. Web. 3 Jan. 2011. . This picture was actually not taken in Somalia. A Somali student in Tuscon is sharing her heritage and is dressing a classmate. Urban Development Programme. Photograph. Dpu Associates. Web. 6 Jan. 2011. . Since February 2006, Katja Schfer has been working with UN-HABITAT’s Somali Urban Development Programme [SUDP]1 as an Urban Planner in the Somaliland and Puntland regions, giving technical and planning support to a number of Local Authorities through on-the-job training on small strategic projects as a catalyst for wider urban development.

21: Warsameh, Farah A. CORRECTS THE OBJECT NAME TO UGANDA EXPLOSION JAN 1 2010 PHOTO. 2010. Photograph. Mogadishu, Somalia. Somalia bombed Uganda as retaliation for Ugandan troops' participation in the African Union peacekeeping mission in Mogadishu. The militant group promised more attacks, a threat Ugandan officials take seriously. Warsameh, Farah A. Somalia Prime Minister Support. 2010. Photograph. Mogadishu, Somalia. Mogadishu residents gather at southern Mogadishu's police academy during a rally organized by the government in support of the newly nominated Prime Minister Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed , Saturday Oct, 23, 2010. Wedding. Photograph. Naz and A'qilah. Web. 6 Jan. 2011. . shows sparkle

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