Young Girl of the Vezo People (whose identity is contextual and achieved by doing, embodied in learned skills such as fishing or swimming and the callouses they produce, rather than in blood, genes, or skin color), Western Madagascar.
Africa | A Himba child. Namibia Himba women wear very interesting hats that are made to look like the horns of cattle. Cattle, throughout a lot of Africa, are signs of wealth and status. They live in Namibia, and perhaps elsewhere.