Gno, Guba, Munte, Talan, and Birra introduce themselves
Birra (left) and Talan (right) sit in front of a grain store.
The Karo tribe are known for their distinct face and body painting. Each design is unique but is always done by someone else.
In Karo culture, the girls always wear a complex layer of handmade necklaces. The boys often wear an individual necklace, but never any adornments on their arms.