|ETHIOPIA, village Debre Zeit: Oromo men, largest ethnic population group in Ethiopia, during agricultural activities, threshing their newly harvested grain, harvesting grain. This is completely threshed by hand and with oxen power. These small farmers, peasants, cultivated mainly the major cereal, corn, cultivation in Ethiopia, teff. Whether the harvest remain successful is another question, because in many parts of Ethiopia [East Africa] are plagued for years by prolonged drought [dryness], water shortages, crop failures and famine. Group portrait of a farm worker, workers, at work during the grain harvest. This work during the harvesting of the grain is hard work because it is manually performed with the pitchfork and ox power. The cows and a calf running the cereal grains from the chaff. Cooperation between man and animal. With a pitchfork threshing is hard work in a tropical climate.