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Small gestures of gender equality in Niger, Africa - International Women's Day 2017

Small gestures of gender equality in Niger, Africa - International Women's Day 2017

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How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a school in Zinder, Niger helps girls get a diploma and gain more independence. Education is important folks! Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a woman had to flee her village and rescued two neighbouring children on the way. Boko Haram is threatening every area around Lake Chad, which is situated in Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad. Hadjara is now living with her own children and the two girls in a refugee camp. Photo: Frank Dejongh

How a woman had to flee her village and rescued two neighbouring children on the way. Boko Haram is threatening every area around Lake Chad, which is situated in Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad. Hadjara is now living with her own children and the two girls in a refugee camp. Photo: Frank Dejongh

Women in a refugee camp in Diffa, Niger. They used to live close to Lake Chad but had to flee from Boko Haram. ©Frank Dejongh

Women in a refugee camp in Diffa, Niger. They used to live close to Lake Chad but had to flee from Boko Haram. ©Frank Dejongh

Bosso, a city in south-east Niger, faced a brutal attack from Boko Haram a few months ago. The attackers knew their way and so, the people of Bosso say, some must have been from the city. Now, only eight months later, 10.000 people have returned to the city of once 35.000. ©Frank Dejongh

Bosso, a city in south-east Niger, faced a brutal attack from Boko Haram a few months ago. The attackers knew their way and so, the people of Bosso say, some must have been from the city. Now, only eight months later, 10.000 people have returned to the city of once 35.000. ©Frank Dejongh

Bosso, a city in south-east Niger, faced a brutal attack from Boko Haram a few months ago. The attackers knew their way and so, the people of Bosso say, some must have been from the city. Now, only eight months later, 10.000 people have returned to the city of once 35.000. Boulla (here pictured) is one of them. ©Frank Dejongh

Bosso, a city in south-east Niger, faced a brutal attack from Boko Haram a few months ago. The attackers knew their way and so, the people of Bosso say, some must have been from the city. Now, only eight months later, 10.000 people have returned to the city of once 35.000. Boulla (here pictured) is one of them. ©Frank Dejongh

Two women show their skill in a refugee camp in the Nigerien Diffa region. They and their families had to flee from Boko Haram. ©Frank Dejongh

Two women show their skill in a refugee camp in the Nigerien Diffa region. They and their families had to flee from Boko Haram. ©Frank Dejongh