Language name: Naro
ISO Language Code: nhr
GRN Language Number: 1954
Language Scope: ISO Language
Language State: Verified
Sample of Naro
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Audio recordings available in Naro
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- Naro (ISO Language)
Information about Naro
Other information: Understand Kung, Understand Kaikau, Afrik., English; Low culture & Literacy. West Botswana and East Namibia. Dry - 400mm rain per year. Traditionally hunter-gatherers, they used to move from place to place, looking for water and food. As opportunities for hunting decrease, more work on farms for white farmners, rearing cattle. Some earn money by making crafts. The government has helped by providing boreholes, medical amenities, school ect. But there are few jobs, and the NARO are looked down upon.
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