Going to work
Saharawi women walk to work at central administration, located in the domed buildings in the Dakhla camp. The large majority of women do unpaid work in the vital sectors of health, education and administration. They also get together to carry out large tasks within their neighbourhoods. This practice draws on traditional nomadic values of cooperation called twiza. The Saharawi refugee women are the indisputable backbone of the political struggle for independence in Western Sahara and are the key to the survival of the communities in exile.
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|Creator||Danielle Van Brunt Smith|
|Publisher||Danielle Van Brunt Smith|