Karo Tribe Of Ethiopia | Kara Tribe | Omo Valley Tribes

Unlike the lowland pastoralists, cattle are owned in small numbers by the Karo tribe of Ethiopia, and goats are their main livestock. Although pastoralist by tradition, the Karo now subsists growing sorghum, maize, and other crops because of the livestock losses to disease in the tsetse-infected area some years ago. The Karo tribe lives together in three large villages (Korcho, Duss, and Labuk) as they are comparatively few in number.