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Friday, 18 July 2014
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Modern: 16-year-old Elizabeth is one of the few Samburu to go to school and as a result, she has ditched most items of traditional dress with the exception of her collar''
Grisly: Both tribes drink cow's blood and milk 'smoothies'. Blood is taken with the help of a specially made arrow that pierces the vein without killing the cow''
'Before getting married, teenagers enjoy a degree of sexual freedom and wear heavy beaded necklaces given to them by their boyfriends - a Moran (warrior) usually from her clan or even her family.'
Each girl is given a house by her parents where she can entertain her warrior openly, while the men spend up to $100 (£58) - a huge amount of money for the Samburu - on elaborate necklaces for their 'nekarai'.
As a result, scraping together the cash to pay for a necklace can include some illegal business. 'To show my love for my girlfriend, I need to buy her a huge necklace,' says 18-year-old warrior Namusungu.
'But the price is too high for me, so I have to conduct a raid with my friends on the neighbouring tribes to steal some cows. Then I’ll sell the cows to get some money'.
'Once I get married, I will have to remove the necklace offered to me by my boyfriend,' adds 15-year-old Lariyon. 'I will have to give it back to him, and I will need to forget him as my parents have already chosen another man for me, from another clan.'
Engaged: 15-year-old Lariyon is engaged to a man who isn't her boyfriend and will have to return this elaborate collar to him when she gets married''
Married: Women who are married wear elaborate brass earrings and layer on necklaces, the colours of which have different meanings and reflect her status''
Pastoralists: Both Samburu and Rendille tribes are semi-nomadic pastoralists who rely on their livestock, including huge flocks of goats, to survive''
Similarities: As well as being pastoralists, both Samburu and Rendille live mostly on cow blood and milk 'smoothies' and adore colourful beads''
Symbolic: Women whose first born child is a son wear extra earrings as do those who have managed to add several boys to their clan''
Spectacular: Like the Samburu, Rendille women wear elaborate beaded collars, decorative headdresses and, once married, heavy brass earrings''
Headdress: Head decorations are made from entai (buttons), ntarangrang (sequins) and sayen (beads) - all of which are expensive and denote wealth''
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Home: A group of Rendille women in their village or 'gob'. Villages are designed to be picked up and moved, with the tribe changing location five times a year''
Colourful: The elaborate beads are worn with brightly coloured kikoy wraps that come in every hue imaginable from bright pink to saffron yellow''
Elaborate: Beaded jewellery isn't limited to women: Men also wear elaborate headdresses and beautifully worked collars, as well as armfuls of bracelets''
Warriors: The Samburu tribe's young men, or Moran as they are also known, don elaborate beaded collars and headdresses for ceremonies''
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