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Women are a mainstay of fishing in West Africa. But they get a raw deal

Gender equality needs to be improved in West Africa's fisheries. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood

Lecturer, University of St Andrews

Sayra van den Berg Bhagwandas

Postdoctoral researcher, University of St Andrews

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