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The Omo Valley tribes. A massive hydroelectric dam and associated land grabs for plantations threaten the tribes of the Lower Omo River. The tribes have lived in this area for centuries and have developed techniques to survive in a challenging environment.Where is the Omo River in Ethiopia?
Location of Omo River in Ethiopia. The Omo River (also called Omo-Bottego) in southern Ethiopia is the largest Ethiopian river outside the Nile Basin. Its course is entirely contained within the boundaries of Ethiopia, and it empties into Lake Turkana on the border with Kenya.What are the ecosystems of the Omo Valley?
It has a diverse ecosystems including grasslands, volcanic outcrops, and riverine forests. The Omo Valley got its name from The Omo river. It runs through a vast land along both sides of the river to the tips of Lake Turkana, Kenya.Why is the Omo River important?
The annual flooding of the Omo River feeds the rich biodiversity of the region and guarantees the food security of the tribes especially as rainfall is low and erratic. They depend on it to practice ‘flood retreat cultivation’ using the rich silt left along the river banks by the slowly receding waters.