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STUCK: Donkeys wait patiently in front of a cart full of water containers after a tyre burst while bewildered young girls try to figure out what to do next in Matebeleland, Zimbabwe. With many young men and boys moving to cities in search of greener pastures, fetching water and firewood falls squarely of young girls and women in much of rural Africa. Photo: MOSES MAGADZA

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