In Oke Ogun, he opened up inter regional roads like Sepeteri, Igboho, Alaga-Shaki, Iganna- Iwere-ile-Samo, Ado-Awaye-Ilua-Okeho, Otu- Igbojaye and Shaki-Ilesa Bariba
Dans le systeme de parente bariba
, la relation entre neveu et oncle maternel est valorisee, et le neveu peut s'approprier des biens de son oncle.
The inhabitants are members of seven ethnic groups (Figure 1; Table 1) (Ani, Bariba
, Lokpa, Nago, Peulh, Taneka, and Yom) and have a very long tradition in processing Kokoro yam tubers into chips or cossettes (Figure 2).
Super Borgou represent the Bariba
peoples, who originated from Kwara state of northwest Nigeria and now dominate the Borgou department of Benin - with the market city of Parakou serving as the department's capital.
Ethnic groups: Fon and related 39.2%, Adja and related 15.2%, Yoruba and related 12.3%, Bariba
and related 9.2%), Peulh and related 7%, Ottamari and related 6.1%, Yoa-Lokpa and related 4%, Dendi and related 2.5%), other 1.6% (includes Europeans), and unspecified 2.9%.
Ethnic groups: African 99% (42 ethnic groups, most important being Xwla, Fon, Adja, Yoruba, and Bariba
Afemai, Agbassa, Annang, Anwain, Aro, Atyap, Aulliminden, Awori, Baggara, Bariba
, Berom, Buduma, Chamba, Damakawa, Defaka, Ebira, Edda, Edo, Efik, Egba, Eket, Ekoi, Ekpeye, Eleme, Emal, Esan, Etsakor, Fon, Gokana, Gwari, Hausa, Hausa-Fulani, Ibibio, Idoma, Igala, Igbo, Ijaw, Ikpide, Ikwerre, Isoko, Itsekiri, Jukun, Kanuri, Kilba.
Anywhere along the maize belt, from Ethiopia down to South Africa and up to the Ivory Coast, a traveler can find a standard dish: maize flour boiled into a stiff porridge known as sadza in Zimbabwe, ugali in Kenya, and in the Bariba
regions of Benin, dibu.
The cultural context of therapeutic choice: Obstetrical care decisions among the Bariba
The major tribes are Fon, Yoruba, Bariba
and Dendi and the official language is French
An example is a study among the Bariba
of Benin, which describes how women take pride in giving birth unassisted and are in turn "silently admired".