EPA 2012-06-14 11:55:26 The Twa People - Rwanda's Indigenous Potters
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This advisory is followed by a 14 picture feature package on the pottery production of the Twa (or Batwa) people in Rwanda.
The Twa, also called Batwa, are an indigenous Rwandan pygmy people, who make up about one percent of the country's population of 8,000,000. They originally lived as hunter-gatherers in the high mountain forests around the Great Lakes of the Central Africa. Nowadays, many earn their livelyhood by making and selling pottery. EPA/DAI KUROKAWA PLEASE SEE ADVISORY NOTICE FOR FULL FEATURE TEXT *** Local Caption *** 00000402660904