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to them in their home towns. Peter DiCampo reports gi r l p ower

In the southern cities of Ghana, thousands of young women from the remote northern regions work as street porters, or Kayayo. It’s a poorly paid job that involves long hours, backbreaking manual labour and cramped living conditions, but for some women, it gives them freedom and money that would be unavailable hotographs by Peter DiCampo

50 january 2011

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