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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