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Africa: the Humanitarian response - Zimbabwe

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EbS launched a series of reports on the work of ECHO, the Humanitarian Aid department of the European Commission, on various aid projects improving the lives of people in various parts of the African continent. Produced by ECHO in Nairobi the pictures are free of rights for non commercial use in the coverage of EU funded operations and activities.This report is about the rehabilitation of sex workers who have been given a new start in life with market gardens and homes, in Zimbabwe.
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Type: Stockshots [short]   Reference: I-066673   Date: 08/09/2010
Personalities:   Dube, Loveness |   Mavesera, Shangwa |   Gapa, Regina  
Location: Gweru  
Languages: ORIGINAL

Tags: ECHO | Humanitarian aid | Prostitution | Zimbabwe
© European Union, 2010   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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