Four Pastoral Communities of Africa?
(i) Pastoral communities of Africa are:
(a) Bedouins (b) Berbers
(c) Maasai and (d) Turkana.
(ii) Most of them are found in semi-arid grasslands and arid deserts where agriculture is difficult.
(iii) (a) Some combine pastoral activity with agriculture, i.e., raise cattle, camels, goats and sell products like meat and milk, (b) Others did a variety of odd jobs, related to trade and transport to supplement their meagre incomes.