Category Archives: Calabashes

Baskeet Coffee. Part 1: Leaf Coffee

On every Baskeet farm, a small section is covered with coffee trees. The trees provide coffee leaves and coffee beans, and, of course, wood when they are felled. They also offer shade to other plants growing underneath. The picture below … Continue reading

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Baskeet calabashes

During my last fieldtrip I distributed two types of posters to some offices of the Basketo Special Woreda administration and to some schools. One of the posters was on musical instruments, the other one on calabashes. Here you can have … Continue reading

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Advertisements in Baskeet

As I have already mentioned in an earlier post, the signs that can be seen in the Baskeet area along the roads are either written in Amharic or they are symbolic. In today’s post, I’d like to take a closer … Continue reading

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