Tukaone Projects Farms Hembeti Tanzania

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Tukaone Projects Manager, Johnny Mwakalinga, organized some traditional dancing and singing to thank our sponsors.  This first video is of Maasai men dancing and signing in Dakawa Tanzania in December, 2018.


Performed by: MAASAI SINGERS by Maasai people Tribe residing between Dakawa and Hembeti villages.

Duration: 11 minutes

Group Leader: Mr. Stevie

Organized by: Johnny Mwakalinga (Tukaone Projects Manager).

MAASAI SINGERS are always cattle rearing families living in between the villages of Dakawa and Hembeti in Morogoro, Tanzania. They are not established in a formal group; rather they sing for fun and entertaining their wives, children and adults. The singing is customarily done by young strong men called in their customs as “Moran”.

In early December, the Asilia Dance Group of Hembeti, Tanzania celebrated Tukaone Projects’ farm and thanked sponsors through song, drums, and dance.

Song Name: Ngoma Zetu (our drums)

Performed by: ASILIA DANCE GROUP by Ruguru Tribe residing at Hembeti, Tanzania.

Duration: 13:51

Group Leader: Mr. Chui

Organized by: Johnny Mwakalinga (Tukaone Projects Manager).

Asilia is a Swahili word which means traditional, so Asilia Dance group has the meaning in English as “Traditional Dance Group,” but the group name is known locally as “ASILIA DANCE GROUP – HEMBETI”).

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