Exploring the Batwa identity, culture and livelihood in Uganda
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Arts and Culture Exploring the Batwa identity, culture and livelihood in Uganda

A Batwa legend might explain the lowly status of the people found in Uganda, eastern DRC, Rwanda and Burundi. A man, Kihanga, had three sons named Katutsi, Kahutu and Katwa. One day he called his three sons and gave each of them a gourd full of milk. On the next day, in the early morning, he asked them to give him back the gourds for him to place inside a shrine.