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Published on Mar 13, 2007
Every year as the rainy season draws to a close in September, Wodaabe and Tuareg pastoralists leave their traditional grazing areas with their livestock and head for Ingal in search of the region's fertile land and salt water, a natural cure for the animals. The area around Ingal is particularly rich in pasture lands and salt water, which is necessary for the animal's health. This seasonal pilgrimage of nomadic pastoralists and their livestock to the healing waters of Ingal is called the Cure Salée (literally: the Salt Cure)