Majerteen don't live in Danot woreda, they are mostly found in boh & geladi districts, danot is strictly habr yunis woreda and some Makahiil's - Ogaden
Danot is one of the 47 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia, named after its major town, Danot. Part of the Werder Zone, Danot is bordered on the south by Werder, on the west by the Degehabur Zone, on the north by Somalia, and on the east by Boh.
Danot was important locally for its wells, which were used by the nomadic pastoralists with the advent of the dry season. However, the construction of private birkas (underground concrete water tanks) in adjacent woredas, a development which started in the 1950s and later on dramatically increased after the 1970s, offered a solution to the absence of permanent water, and reduced somewhat the importance of these wells. While this encouraged birka owners to further diversify traditional animal husbandry beyond camels and small ruminants into water-dependent cattle, this also increased livestock population in an overpopulated region, putting additional pressure on shrinking resource base.
In the case of Danot, an agreement was made between two Somali clans, the Habar Yoonis and their southern neighbors, the Ogaden, which limited the construction of birkas in the bushy grazing area, where there had been numerous conflicts over control of territory. This agreement between the 2 clans made Danot the border between them and that each could construct 16 birkas there; however in the Haud north of Danot to Ali Jama, controlled by the Habar Yoonis, and south of Danot, controlled by the Ogaden, no birkas woould be constructed. This was in part to create a buffer zone between them, but also to maintain the area as a prime grazing area for camels.