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'The cows are sacred to the Bodi tribe so they are not killed,' explains Lafforgue. The man must drink it quickly before it coagulates but some cannot drink everything and vomit it.''One asked me if he could use my car to go to the ceremony area.
'The blood is taken by making a hole in a vein with a spear or an axe, and after that, they close it with clay.'Because of the scorching temperatures, the men have to drink the two-litre bowl of blood and milk quickly before it coagulates but as Lafforgue reveals, not everyone can handle drinking so much at speed.'The fat men drink milk and blood all day long,' he says. Once in the car, he started to drink milk and blood again because he said he wanted to keep trying to be the fattest until the very last moment.'Once the fattest man has been chosen, the ceremony ends with the slaughter of a cow using a huge sacred stone.
Food comes in the form of a cow's blood and milk mixture, served regularly to the men by women from the village.After 1974 revolution, emphasis was placed on increasing literacy in rural areas.Practical subjects were stressed, as was the teaching of socialism.A dangerous catch-22 plagues many Ethiopian girls today: they must choose between marriage before the age of 16 or face intense manual labor and sexual slavery if they leave home. Mentors help the girls realize their true potential in society. The Bright Future program, or Biruh Tesfa in Amharic, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia helps low-income women and girls become assimilated into society by providing them academic education, life skills, and reproductive education.