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Buying and selling. In smaller villages like Dzogadze, that are further from larger towns, there are not many stores as such and only a mini-market. In one part of town, women (mostly) engage in some commerce on a small scale. They go to larger towns/markets and specific days, buy large quantities of things to sell, break them down into smaller portions and sell them. This lady is selling tomatoes, dried and smoked fish, laundry detergent, candies, tomato paste and other sundries. A meager income but is better than nothing.

Dzogadze, Ghana, 2007

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