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WOMENS-DAY/IVORYCOAST
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7 Mar. 2016
Marie Dem (C), 48, a businesswomam, her mother Fatma... more
WOMENS-DAY/IVORYCOAST
RTS9NPV
7 Mar. 2016
Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Marie Dem (C), 48, a businesswomam, her mother Fatma Kamil, 79 (L), and her daughter Khadydiatou Dem, 26, pose for a photograph after prayers in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, February 14, 2016. Women have long played a dominant role in agriculture in Ivory Coast and in the sprawling markets where most Ivorians purchase their daily necessities. Now some are breaking through into the most important positions in government, administration and business - positions long held by males in this traditional society. In 2012, Niale Kaba became finance minister, the first woman to hold the post in more than half a century as an independent nation. Ivorian women today work in a range of jobs – from gas-station attendant to plastic recycler and lawyer. International Women's Day is marked on March 8. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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