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Cotton Burkina Faso

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Women sift sorghum grain. Their husbands were cotton farmers, but cotton is no longer profitible. They now plant exclusively cereals and other crops that are less costly and allow them to make a small amount of money.
Karankasso Vigué, Burkina Faso. 14/12/2003.
Photo © J.B. Russell
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Women sift sorghum grain. Their husbands were cotton farmers, but cotton is no longer profitible. They now plant exclusively cereals and other crops that are less costly and allow them to make a small amount of money.<br />
Karankasso Vigué, Burkina Faso. 14/12/2003.<br />
Photo © J.B. Russell