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Inay at Ako (My mom and I)
Mary Honeylyn Joy Espero Alipio
Philippines, theGALLERYCONVERSATION
Most of the time, women will just stay at home to care for their children and do the chores, or help on the farm. But rarely will a woman lead in community decision-makings, or lead in organizing...
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