Atatti and Loumonvi sell charcoal in the streets of Bè-Ablogamé,

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    Atatti Ayawovi, 56, and Loumonvi Afi, 60, sell charcoal in the streets of Bè-Ablogamé, a rundown neighborhood in the port district of Lomé, the capital of Togo. Although harmful to health, charcoal is the standard household fuel in Togo, as in most countries in Africa. The two are members of the Délali Association, a mutual aid network organized by Colette Desseh, the wife of the neighborhood’s chief. Photo: © Stephan Gladieu / World Bank

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