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Simon Saye from Téréli carrying gathered hay which is used for feeding the cattle.   Photograph  © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs
Simon Saye from Téréli carrying gathered hay which is used for feeding the cattle.
Photograph © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs

Notelets have been produced showing different aspects of life in Téréli. Each notelet has the Friendship Agreement printed on the back. The idea to have this agreement came from Zakari Saye, the boy who visited Burley. His father, Dogolou Saye, is Village Chief.

Friendship Agreement
We affirm and acknowledge the growing friendship and links between the people of Téréli and the people of Burley in Wharfedale.

We welcome the opportunity to learn from one another and hope that we will continue to do that in all the ways open to us within our communities and especially through our links with the schools and places of worship.

We shall continue to commend the On the Line project to people in our villages as a millennium initiative which is a bridge building opportunity between peoples & cultures.

Nana Amakana Saye selling home-brewed millet “beer” drink to Yabemou Togo in the market in Téréli. This is one of the activities in the Women’s Credit Scheme. Photograph © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs
Nana Amakana Saye selling home-brewed millet “beer” drink to Yabemou Togo in the market in Téréli. This is one of the activities in the Women’s Credit Scheme.
Photograph © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs
André Saye eating a baobab tree fruit-pod while taking care of animals near Téréli.  André is standing by a “hangar”, a shade area for cattle. Hay for their feed is stored on top as in the one in the distance. Photograph © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs
André Saye eating a baobab tree fruit-pod while taking care of animals near Téréli. André is standing by a “hangar”, a shade area for cattle. Hay for their feed is stored on top as in the one in the distance.
Photograph © Joliba Trust / Jamie Carstairs