by Barkaman Geleway – 4 Jan 2020 Each year, About 30 of people are infected with rabies in Suri Ethiopia and an estimated 2-5 people die—one of the highest rabies death rates in the world– but the true number of deaths caused by rabies is unknown because the disease is underreported and rabies diagnostic laboratories are not established. Furthermore, few […]
by Olisarali Olibui – 2 Jan 2020 BREAKING NEWS, The Cholera epidemic breakout in Sela Mago (Selamago) woreda of South Omo Zone! Last week its happened northern Koygu. Now it’s just happened in the Mursi. Emergency Medical Support is Needed!
by Paul Minalem Bellason – October 27, 2019
መልካም አዲስ ዓመት 2012 Happy Ethiopian New Year!
Yelegoy Ngakarama (The First Suri Linguist from Suri community in history) – 17 July 2019 Hello everyone, ሰላም! It’s time to Thank. Above all, Glory, Praise, Thanks be to the #Lord God who showed me his mercy, guidance, protection, and knowledge with heavenly wisdom. Without Lord, I wouldn’t make it. Thank you Father Lord God. For those who celebrated my graduation together with me, I am so happy for coming. Thank you for sharing my happiness with my family and thank your all the gifts you gave me. In addition I would love thank everyone who have been beside me encouraging, advising, rebuking and guiding me to stay strong and finish my University career with great success. #My family: Without the intention to make you proud, I wouldn’t make it, thank you mom and Dad for understanding my situation and have patience on me. I’m happy to see your smile on your face. I hope I did make you proud. And I’m sure God willing I’ll make you even prouder. #Suri Community (Woreda): Thank you my Suri woreda. You have shown me education to my life, family and community. Thank you for nurturing me and believing in me. I hope I have made you proud. #Bryant‘s family who took care of me for many years: I call you my parents as well because without you I couldn’t resist for long. #Mike (Dad), your love, advise, encouragement, humble personality and grea1t […]
by Olisarali Olibui from Mun – 2/6/2019 We are Mursi, but we also called ourselves as Mun
This time, the honor belongs to the Mursi! Congratulations to Mr. Evgeny Pechenin and our Mursi brothers & sisters. (REPOST from Evgeny Pechenin@Facebook – JUNE 1, 2019) “Долгожданный результат международного фотоконкурса 35PhotoAwards. В итоге получен сертификат о том, что одна из моих фоторабот, а именно “Девочка из племени Мурси под проливным дождём” (см. фото ниже), войдёт в каталог фотографий по […]
by Bardula Uya – 1 JUNE 2019 The early years of the twentieth century, the Suri never belonged to any overarching state structure—neither colonial nor indigenous. Their area of Shulugui and the Tirma range was penetrated by the imperial troops of the Ethiopian emperor Menilek II (r. 1889-1913) in 1897. The region was formally incorporated into Ethiopia, but the Suri were not really conquered, in the sense of being brought under political and administrative control. They were able to maintain their relatively autonomous way of life in this frontier area between the Ethiopian Empire and the British-controlled territories of Kenya and Sudan.The activities of soldier forces, northern traders, and hunters and adventurers in the new encampment villages such as Maji, Bero, and Jeba led to frequent raiding of the native groups, including the Suri, for cattle and slaves. The Suri, however, suffered less from massive slave-raiding than the “Gimira” or “Dizi” peoples, who were also made subservient as a kind of serf class. Few European travelers visited the Suri—the first were probably the British consuls in Maji, among them A. Hodson. Italians entered Suri territory in 1932; they established three posts—two on the border mountains of Shulugui and Tamudir and one in Zilmamo, near the Bale area. These small settlements of soldiers only endured for about three years. Compared with the relations between northern Ethiopian settlers and Suri, relations between Italians and Suri were less tense and violent. There was […]
We invited Suri Association for Research & Optimization S.A.R.O The Suri association for research optimization (S.A.R.O) is Non -partisanand Non -governmental NGO formed by SURI intellectuals in order to build the capacity of the minority communities starting from SURI and the rest of citizens in ETHIOPIA. S.A.R.O is organization that is committed to create an environment that will ensure the realization of our people needs, talents and abilities,strength, resources and opportunities for the communities’ empowerment and sustainable development. We are motivated to set up and organized body to provide capacity building of the communities through community development initiatives skills and self-help groups, women group and youth initiativesin the rural areas of Ethiopia. S.A.R.O is committed to working hard towards attainment of food secure society through food production within and amongs tour communities. Acknowledging that our participation through unified, single organization and realizing the needs of our societies can be achieved and realized through the formation of an organization Found By : Barkaman Geleway