Azande, Jamala, population of Sudan, southern Sudan, Nuer
The population of Sudan is composed principally of Arabs in the north and black Africans in the south; many Arabs are of mixed ancestry. Other ethnic groups in northern Sudan include the Beja, Jamala, and Nubian peoples. The major black ethnic groups in southern Sudan are the Azande, Dinka, Nuer, and Shilluk. Some 70 percent of economically active people are engaged in agricultural or pastoral activities, another 22 are employed in services, and only 9 percent have jobs in manufacturing, construction, and mining.
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