Teso


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Teso

 

(also Bakedi, Itesyo, Elgumi, Wami; self-designation, Iteso), a people of Uganda living northeast of Lake Kyoga. The Teso number more than 600,000 (1970 census). A small number live in the border region between Kenya and Uganda. The language of the Teso is related to the Nilotic languages. Ancient traditional beliefs are preserved, although some individuals have accepted Christianity. In the past the Teso were nomadic cattle raisers, but most have now become settled farmers and cattle raisers.

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They have been leaving guest houses in the morning to go training then return to their rooms in the evening," Teso North Amani National Congress youth leader Fredrick Epalat said.
Through another resolution TESO made out a strong case against Rajapaksa's participation in the UN General Assembly session.
Head Chef Neville has created a menu for Teso that blends the cuisine of North and South Italy into some very innovative preparations.
"The elephant population in this Teso Nilo National Park is in a critical condition.
Grounding his work in a thorough exploration of colonial archives, administrative documentation and oral testimonies, Jones recounts the historicity of the modern state in Teso in the long term (longue duree).
However, from 1990 to 2007, the majority of cases have come from new focus in Teso and Bungoma districts in Western Province.
Dave Watts, of Sandhurst Avenue, Stourbridge, has helped in resettling thousands of people attacked by the vicious Lord's Resistance Army based in Sudan through the Teso Development Trust, a UK Christian relief and development charity.
The first order covers the supply of 25 units of the V90-2.0 MW wind turbine for the Teso Santo project near Santiz in Castilla y Leon.
O manejo economico de recursos alimentares propiciou aumento de densidade populacional e abriu caminho para o manejo simbolico dos mesmos recursos, nao somente no sitio Camutins, mas em Monte Carmelo (alto rio Anajas), Teso dos Bichos (alto rio Goiapi), Pacoval (lago Arari) e outros locais.
Network members visited communities in Teso, Busia and Kakamega who had asked for follow up activities during the MTC.
Each of the schools was located in one of two rural districts, Busia or Teso, in Kenya's populated and fertile western region just north of Lake Victoria.