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Two women who are members of a local Baptist church in Gbintiri, Ghana. The women sell yams for a living in the town’s large open-air market in northeastern Ghana. IMB Photo

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Komba and Fulani men sell sheep and goats at market. Gbintiri has the largest livestock market in Ghana’s North East Region. IMB Photo

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A young boy walks through an outdoor market hawking kebabs made of cow stomach in Ghana. IMB Photo

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A Deaf man sells jeans and trousers in the central market in Nalerigu, Ghana. IMB Photo

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Portrait of a tailor who specializes in repairing and taking in second-hand clothes imported from Europe and North America. The massive Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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Portrait of a seamstress who specializes in repairing and taking in second-hand clothes imported from Europe and North America. The massive Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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Portrait of a seamstress in Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo. IMB Photo

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Tattered umbrella canopies cover vendors’ stalls in the busy Hédzranawoé Market of Lomé, Togo. IMB Photo

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Portrait of a Biafran refugee who sells second-hand wedding dresses at the Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo. The massive market is one of the largest used goods markets in West Africa and many Biafran refugees from Nigeria specialize in the resold goods industry there. IMB Photo

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Crowds at the massive Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo. It is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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The top floor of Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo is full of nearly 1,000 tailors and seamstress. They dpecialize in repairing and taking in second-hand clothes imported from Europe and North America. The market is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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The crowds dissipate at closing time in Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo. IMB Photo

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Workers in the Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo secure bales of used clothes atop a van to take to rural areas for resale. The market is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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Crowds at the massive Hédzranawoé Market in Lomé, Togo. It is one of the largest second-hand goods markets in West Africa. IMB Photo

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Portrait of a Muslim, Mamprusi woman with elaborate henna art designs on her left arm. In West Africa, it is customary for a bride and her friends to receive temporary henna tattoos on their hands, arms and feet before a wedding. IMB Photo

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A Muslim woman displays the henna art decorating her left arm. In West Africa, it is customary for a bride and her friends to receive temporary henna tattoos on their hands, arms and feet before a wedding. IMB Photo

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A Mamprusi woman holds up leafy vegetables she sells in the market in northern Ghana. IMB Photo

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A Mamprusi woman with a baby on her back stirs tuo zafi (t.z.) in a large iron pot outside of her restaurant business in northern Ghana. IMB Photo

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Ghanaian women haggle over prices in a busy market in northern Ghana. IMB Photo

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A vendor in the market in Nalerigu, Ghana, stands wrapped in a vibrant fabric in contrast to the dusty, textured stone wall behind her. IMB Photo

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