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With a Little Help, South Sudan Women Turn Trash Into Money

Esther Keji picks through a sprawling pile of trash at a dump around 20 kilometers outside Juba, on the road to Yei. This is how Keji makes a living. With the sun beating down on her back, she bends over and sifts through discarded rubbish -- everything from rubber tires to soda cans -- looking for plastic bottles. Juba has a huge problem with plastic waste. Most people in the city drink bottled water and throw the empties out because there are very few recycling facilities. Estimates...

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