Compiled by Samiha Hossain Dekila Kavira Kyakimwa, 29, and Zawadi Kavira, 39, (On Right) pose for a portrait in the town of Mangina, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 15, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Hugh Kinsella Cunningham During the Ebola outbreak three years ago, women in the Democratic Republic of Congo were able to take leadership roles in their community and perform work that has been traditionally considered for men.
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