Treana Explores a Tukul
Join Treana as she takes us on a rare tour into South Sudan’s traditional tukul
Earlier this week, we gave you the fundamental information on tukuls: what they’re made of, how materials are made and how they’re constructed. Now that we’ve covered the basics, it’s time to really explore them.
Treana recently visited a family’s tukul in South Sudan, talking with the mother of the family about how water affects tukul construction and how life has improved since a water well was drilled for the community. Take a tour of a traditional South Sudanese tukul and about water’s role in their development by watching the video below.
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