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hello 7 yaers ago I stayed near Mwanza on the mwibara peninsula in kibara to do a research on traditional birth practices. Among the woman I interviewed were a lot of Wasukuma. I would like to know if you have more information about this subject. Asante sana
-- maeike rypkema (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 22, 1999
Jambo rafiki Jina langu ni kidawa.I am sorry I can't help you.But I was wondering if the sukuma people have more information about themself it would help alot.I am also interested to find out more information about the Sukuma traditional birth attendants.PS Please write pack.Can't wait to hear from you.Asante sana Kidawa
-- Kidawa morris (email@example.com), July 31, 1999.
I am doing anthropological research on the Sukuma and my subject also covers the traditional health attendants and their work. It would be very nice to hear from both of you.
-- reea hinkkanen (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 11, 2000.
I'm a medical student here in the Philipines and im doing a research on traditinal birth attendants. i hope i can be of help but my resources and literature are not enough. id like to here some of your studies.
-- ann claire katigbak (email@example.com), January 19, 2001.
Please if you are still interested on that, you may contact the above named person through that e-mail address, who is working now on "the Sukuma experience of Time: A changing soceity towards extinction of memoria." He has a good stuff, even on what you are looking for. Wabeja, Nick
-- Sandu Nicasius (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 06, 2002.