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"Maternal Instinct" - Namibia  (Frans Lemmens/Getty Images)

Parents and Children | Soka Gakkai International (SGI)

"Parenting Across Cultures" by Sara Harkness and Charles M. Super, professors at the University of Connecticut, U.S.A.

Muktinath, Nepal

Muktinath, Nepal

Along the Annapurna circuit, Nepal. 1991. Update: I won first place with this photo in a 2010 National Geographic Traveller Photo Contest: "The World in Focus"

Akan (Hill Tribe) mother and child.  Chiang Rai, Thailand | © CDM - Creative Destination Management

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A Sami woman and child with their reindeer

Mary Quite Contrary

jhellum: “ A Sami woman and child with their reindeer. I’m on a reindeer kick. ”


Disney Family | Recipes, Crafts and Activities

Recipes, Crafts and Activities

Huh. I dint know if I should be distressed about her neck or happyabout her smile and obvious joy...mother with baby by Steve McCurry - Loikaw, Myanmar-Burma

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Mukubal Girl Carrying Her Brother in a Dik Dik skin, Angola

Every baby in Mucubal tribe wears this piece of wood and shells in the back, Ombeleketha. It is a kind of talisman the mother puts. Once the baby can walk, they remove it and keep it for the next baby to come! Mucubal (also called Mucubai, Mucabale, Mugubale) people are a subgroup of the Herero ethnic group, which means they are bantu speaking, and are supposed to have come from Kenya and to be related with Massais. They are semi nomadic pastoralists living of cattle raising and agriculture…

Africa | A Mursi woman and child in village of Galap. Omo Valley, Ethiopia | ©Randy Olson

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Happy smile - a mother of Red Dzao tribe, Yunnan

Happy smile a mother of Red Dzao tribe

5th Day in Northern Vietnam : Women of the Red Dzao ethnic minority, Ta Phin Village ~ Sapa A mother of Red Dzao tribe carrying her son at Ta Phin Village The Red Dzao is one of the ethnic groups that live in the region. They are called Red Dzao because they always use red to decorate the clothes they wear. There are two curiosities about this tribe. The first is that you can know how rich a woman is by the size of her hat. the other is that the local canon of beauty says women have to shave…

Tuareg.  The Tuaregs of Algeria are part of a larger group of Berber-speaking Tuaregs. They are nomads who raise cattle and live in an area that stretches across North Africa. This territory extends from Western Sahara to the northern portion of Western Sudan.

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Mother from Afar tribe in Africa | East Ethiopia – Djibouti

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Soninke Woman, Mauritania, Africa photo by Margaret Courtney-Clarke

Africa | Tuareg man. North of Gao, Mali. | ©Georges Courreges

Touareg nord de Gao. Mali

Africa | Tuareg man. North of Gao, Mali. | ©Georges Courreges

Mumuhuila tribe mother and baby-"This tribe is one of the most beautiful I've seen:"Mumuilas(orMuhilla orMumuhuila) live in south Angola-by Eric Lafforgue, via Flickr

Mumuhuila tribe mother and baby

This tribe is one of the most beautiful i've seen: Mumuilas (or Muhilla or Mumuhuila ) live in south Angola, and are very shy with foreigners, as they do not see any tourists in the area! The girl on the picture wears a giant necklace as she is married. On the head, she has a special mix of cow dungs, herbs, and mud. © Eric Lafforgue

smile-arigatou: mumuhuila tribù madre e sua figlia


smile-arigatou: “ mumuhuila tribe mother and her daughter ”