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Weeding during dry season with sleeping baby. Farmer to Farmer Program, Dladie, Mali, W. Africa.

Weeding during dry season with sleeping baby. Farmer to Farmer Program, Dladie, Mali, W.

Calabash gourd vendor - Segou, Mali

Calabash gourd vendor - Segou, Mali

Bamako, Mali

Peace Tower and access to the Fahd bridge, Bamako, Mali

Vittore Buzzi / 500px

"West, Africa, Mali,Niger river [sic]" by Vittore Buzzi

Africa | Travelling along the Niger River in Mali; Turban sellier in Mopti. | ©African Desert Craft

Turban seller in Mopti ~ Inner Niger Delta region of Mali

3-b. Women of Nepal are considered unequal and inferior to men. Women are unable to take control of land and property of their own.  A few facts about women in this society include: the belief that if you don’t have a son, you will go to hell and that when women are told to fast and pray, it is almost always for their husbands. This image depicts women farming in Nepal. http://whitegirlinasari.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/being-a-woman-in-nepal/

Women of Nepal are considered unequal and inferior to men. Women are unable…

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wine-loving-vagabond: “ in Mali, photographed by Maggie Steber for Beyond The Horizon published by National Geographic Society, 1992 ”

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