Walking with young Fulani nomads

by BBC News

Herding cattle is the key job for most young Fulani boys

While children elsewhere in the world focus on technology, the young Fulani nomads in West Africa still follow the traditional way of life. As part of the BBC’s Generation Next series, Idy Baraou has been talking to some of the youngsters about their lives on the move.

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