Zenab (left), 33 years old, and Ramatou, 38 years old, both farmers, crush gold ore. Most women have two jobs...

Zenab (left), 33 years old, and Ramatou, 38 years old, both farmers, crush gold ore. Most women have two jobs...

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Zenab (left), 33 years old, and Ramatou, 38 years old, both farmers, crush gold ore. Most women have two jobs in the morning field work, and in the afternoon gold mining, Sindri village, Burkina Faso.

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