Life in a Mud-waddle – Nigeria

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Post Date: July, 2014
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From the Field July 13, 2014 This is taken from a booklet \"Never Too Young\" by Mary and Kurt Koenig A mud-waddle is a house formed with sticks and poles. Mud is then plastered over the sticks. The roof is either made of metal or of palm branches. There is a building behind the house where meals are cooked Read More