Information about the Makonde
The Makonde are an ethnic group in southeast Tanzania and northern Mozambique. The Makonde live in a remote and isolated section of the Makonde Plateau, as well as in the Mtwara, Newala, and Lindi districts. The Makonde are a matrilineal society where children and inheritances belong to women and husbands move into the village of their wives. Even though the Makonde have been in contact with Muslim traders for centuries, they still practice a traditional religion based on ancestor worship. The Makonde are best known for their wood carvings of family trees.
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