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In South Sudan, Few Take their Money to the Bank

Faridah Hussein is one of many people in South Sudan who are wary of banks, don't understand how banks work, or think they don't have enough money to warrant opening an account.  So, the 33-year-old single mother of three gives the 15 to 20 pounds she makes every day, selling bananas in a market in Juba, to her sister, who lives in a suburb of capital.  Hussein says she doesn't want to keep her money at her own home, but also thinks she makes...

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