Rwanda. Widows of genocide weave at the Covega Hyacinth weaving cooperative.
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- Rwanda. A widow of genocide collects water hyacinth for the Covega Hyacinth weaving cooperative.
- Rwanda. A young girl helps out at the Covega hyacinth weaving cooperative.
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- Kigali, Rwanda. A member of a weaving cooperative displays traditional baskets.
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