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Description: A woman and her three children standing in front of dense vegetation.
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Description: Young woman making pots with tools
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Description: Fatima Al-Haj was part of the first generation of female Sudanese singers.
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Description: Dr. Mahasin Jelany was the pioneer of girls' education in Sudan, she working as a teacher at Ahfad University of Women in Omdurman.
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Description: Three little girls holding baskets over their heads that are full of dates.
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Description: A displaying archeological antiques and sculptures of female figures
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Description: Young woman making clay pots with tools.
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Description: Girls from Kordufan
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Description: An mother with child in Omdurman
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Description: A group women trading goods at the Omdurman market
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Description: Women of Omdurman
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Description: A market area for female vendors
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Description: Young girls carrying clay pots to fetch water
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Description: Women collecting water in traditional buckets
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Description: Mrs. Nafeesa Ahmed Al-Amin was one of the founders of the Sudanese Women's Union and the first Sudanese woman to serve in the executive branch as dDputy Minister of Youth and Sports in 1961. She also served as minister, ambassador and parliamentary deputy.
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Description: Women of Omdurman
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Description: Harem of the Sultan in El Fasher, Darfur
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Description: A woman from the Rashadia tribe
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Description: Dr.Suaad Ibrahim Musa was one of the founders of the Sudanese Women's Union, a writer, an activist and worked as a teacher in middle schools for a significant period of time. She obtained a P.H.D in mathematics and became the Dean of the School of Mathematics Faculty at the University of Khartoum.
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Description: A group of women collecting water from a well
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Description: A womens market for selling legumes and crops
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Description: Mrs. Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim was the first woman to be elected to parliament, and becoming the first female parliamentary deputy in the Middle East in 1965. She is most famous for being a human rights activist, she created the first women's organization in 1952 and also founded the 'Voice of Women' newspaper in 1954. She is the widow of Sudanese militant Al-Shafee Ahmed Al-Sheikh whom was executed by President Nimeiri and the sister of the famous Sudanese poet Salah Ahmed Ibrahim.
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Description: Woman from the Foor tribe in western Sudan
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Description: As one of the most unique female voices, Ayesha Al-faltya allowed women to enter the arenas of singing and the media in Sudan.
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Description: A woman from Omdurman
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Description: A group of women going to El-Obied market
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Description: Professor Rawda Bushara was the first woman from Sudan to study at the American University of Beirut.
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Description: A group of girls in a market

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