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 Informal Cross-Border Traders Reduce Poverty, But Face Major Risks in Southern Africa





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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe.  But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power.  She says she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clean-up operation.

Mandishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.

Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM.

UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa Nomcebo Manzini notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the number-one Millennium Goal--reducing poverty.

She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal--reducing gender inequality.

A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey, Joyce Malaba, told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many, but carries many risks especially as they travel.

Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation. And informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft of their goods by local police, border guards and other officials during their trips.

 

Words and Expressions:

 

hyperinflation: n. extremely high inflation, usually over 50 per cent per month, often involving social disorder 超通货膨胀,恶性通货膨胀

 

clean-up: ph. 清理,整理

 

be obliged to: ph. forced to do sth 被迫做某事

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Charity Mandishona was once teacher in Zimbabwe.But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destoryed her salary's buying power.She says she and husband ,a former miner, run a bar for a while,but it was destoryed by police 5 years ago in a major clean up operation.Mandishona now support their famliy by selling Zimbabwe handcrafts in neighboring countries.Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the unite nations development fund of women,know as UNIFEM.UNIFEM director for southern Afria,Nomcebo Manzini,notes a recent surey of more than 7 hundred informal cross-border traders in region shows the trade contribute significantly to the NO.1 Millennium Goal,reducing povety.She noted the trade is dominated by women,and as a result it could also help achieve anther Millennium Goal reducing gender inequality.As Zimbabwe contributor to the survey,Joyce Malaba,told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many but carries many risks especially as they travel.Malaba says some women survey said they were oblige to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation ,and informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft their goods by local police ,border guards and other officals during their trips.

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Charity Mondishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe, but he left the profession years ago when high hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power. She says she and her husband, a former miner, run a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police 5 years ago in a major clean up operation.
Mondishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwe handcrafts in neighbouring countries. Monidshona was speaking at recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nation Development Found for women known as Unifam.
Unifam director for South Africa Nonable Mancini notes a recent survey more than 700 informal crossb-border traders in the region shows the trade contributes significantly to the No.1 millennium goal---reducing poverty.
She noted the trade dominated by women. As a result, it also helped to achieve another millennium goal reducing agenda in equality. A Zimbabwe contributer to the survey Joeys Malaba told the gathering but informal cross-border trade is attractive to many and carrys many risks especially as they travel. Malaba says some women in survey said they were oblidged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation and inforaml traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft their goods by local police, border guards and other officals during their trips.


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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe. But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power. She says she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clean-up operation.Mandishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.


Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM.


UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa Nomcebo Manzini notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the number-one Millennium Goal, reducing poverty.


She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal, reducing gender inequality.


A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey, Joyce Malaba, told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many, but carries many risks especially as they travel.


Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation. And informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft of their goods by local police, border guards and other officials during their trips.

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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe. But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power. She says she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clean-up operation. Mandishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.

Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM.
UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa, Nomcebo Manzini, notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the NO.1 Millennium Goal---reducing poverty. She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal---reducing gender inequality.

A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey, Joyce Malaba, told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many but carries many risks, especially as they travel.

Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation. And informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft of their goods by local police, border guards and other officials during their trips.
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Cherity Mandy Shonen was once a teacher in Zimbabwe,but she left the perfession years ago when the high * flation destoried her salaries by power.She say she and her husband before a manner run a bar for a while ,but it was destory by police five years ago in a major clean in baberation.Mandy Shonen now supports her family by selling Zimbabwe hand cress in neighborhood countries.Mandy Shonen was speaking at the recent workshop in Victoria ,sponting right in United Station's development found for women now as Unifam.Unifam direct prosound in Africa long able monzinie knows a reason servy more than seven hundred in former cross model trails in the rigion shows the trail contreat * ser aficanlly to the No. 1 moleny goal, reduce in porvety.She knows that the trail is dominated by women ,and as a result,it can also help the chief another moleni goal,reduce in gender any quality .A  Zimbabwe contribute to the servy,Joyce Merlava told getherian that inform across more the trail is a track demany with carries many risks,especially as they travel.Merlava says some women servy said they were plodged to trail sexual favor for save a comandation.And inform treater of both sexes,face terasal and infact their goods by local police, morder guides and other official during their trips.                                                   
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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe.But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power.She says she and her husband,a former miner,ran a bar for a while,but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clear-up operation.

Mandishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women,known as UNIFEM.

UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa,Nomcebo Manzini notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the number-one Millennium Goal,reducing poverty.

She noted the trade is dominated by women,and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal,reducing gender inequality.

A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey,Joyce Malaba,told the gathering that infomal cross-border trade is attractive to many,but carries many risks especially as they travel.Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation.And informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft for their goods by local police,border guards and other officials during their trips.
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C.M.S. was once a teacher in Zimbabwe, but she left the profession years ago when x inflation destroyed her salary's buying power. She says she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clear-up operation.

M.S. now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean xx in neighboring countries. M.S. was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women. Known as UNIFEM.

UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa, N.M. notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the number-one x Goal,reducing poverty. She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal, reducing gender inequality.

A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey, J.M. ,told the gathering that infomal cross-border trade is attractive to many, but carries many risks especially as they travel. M says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation, and  informal traders of both sexes faced x and theft for their goods by local police,border guards and other officials during their trips.
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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe but she left the profession years ago when ** inflation destroyed her salary’s buying power.She says she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major clean up operation.
Mandishona now supports her family buy selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighbouring countries.Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in *,* by the United Nations Development Fund for women, known as UNIFEM.
UNIFEM directors for southern Africa, **, notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross border traders in the region, shows the trade contributes to the NO1** goal,reducing poverty.
She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result,it could also help achieve another ** goal,reducing gender inequality.
A Zimbabwean contributesd to the survey, ** told the gathings that informal cross border trade is attracted to many, but carries many risks especailly as they travel.
** says some women in survey said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accomodation.And informal traders of both sexes faced ** and theft of their goods by local police,boder guys and other officials during their trip.
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Charity Maunti Sharna was once a teacher in the Barbway,but she left the profession years ago when highper inflation destroyed her salary buying power.She says,she and her hunsband,a former miner,ran a bar for a while but it was destroyed by police five years ago in a major cleaned-up barberation .Maunti Shorler now support her family by selling Barbeway handcrafts in neighbouring countries.
Maunti Shorler was speaking at a recent work shop,Victoria, sponsed by the United Nations development fund for woman, known as Unifam.Unifam directed for southern Africa ,** **, knows a recent survey more than 700 informal across the border traders in the region shows the trade contrivy significantly to the number one mela goal reducing poverty.
She noted the trade was dominated by women and as a result it could also help acheive another melemiun goal reducing gender inequality.As inbader contrivity to the survey,Joyce Merlava told the gathering that the informal across border trade is attracted many ,but carries many risks especially as they travel.Merlava says some women survey said they were blarged to trade sex favours for safe acommodation and informal traders of both sexs face theft their goods by local police,boarder guards and other officials during their trips.

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Charity Mandishona was once a teacher in Zimbabwe. But she left the profession years ago when hyperinflation destroyed her salary's buying power. She says she and her husband,a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by police 5 years ago in a major clean up operation. Mandishona now supports her famliy by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.

 

Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM.UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa, Nomcebo Manzini, notes a recent survey of more than 7 hundred informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the NO.1 Millennium Goal, reducing poverty.

 

She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal, reducing gender inequality. A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey,Joyce Malaba,told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many but carries many risks especially as they travel. Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation, and informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft of their goods by local police, border guards and other officials during their trips.

 

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Mandishona now supports her family by selling Zimbabwean handcrafts in neighboring countries.Mandishona was speaking at a recent workshop in Pretoria sponsored by the United Nations Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM.

UNIFEM Director for Southern Africa Nomcebo Manzini notes a recent survey of more than 700 informal cross-border traders in the region shows that trade contributes significantly to the number-one Millennium Goal--reducing poverty.She noted the trade is dominated by women, and as a result it could also help achieve another Millennium Goal--reducing gender inequality.

A Zimbabwean contributor to the survey, Joyce Malaba, told the gathering that informal cross-border trade is attractive to many, but carries many risks especially as they travel.

Malaba says some women surveyed said they were obliged to trade sexual favors for safe accommodation. And informal traders of both sexes faced harassment and theft of their goods by local police, border guards and other officials during their trips.



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Cherange Martisona was once a teacher in Zambabuwe, but she left the profession years ago, when the hyperinflation destroyed her salary’s buying power. She said she and her husband, a former miner, ran a bar for a while, but it was destroyed by the police five years ago in a major clean-up operation. Martisona now support her family by selling Zambabuwe handcrafts in neighboring countries. Marisona was speaking at recent work shop Victoria, sponsored by United Nations Development Funds for Women, known as UNIFEM. UNIFEM Driector for Southern Afica Nornaval Manzine notes a recent survey for more than 700 informal cross border traders in this region shows the trade contributes significantly to the No.1 Millenium Goal--reducing poverty. She noted that this trade is dominated by women, and as a result it also helps achieve another Millenium Goal-reducing gender inequality. As one contributer to the survey, Joins Maclaba told the gathering that the informal cross border trade is attractive to many, but carries many risks, especially as they travel. Maclaba says that some women survey said they are obliged to sexual favors for safe accomodation. As informal trades of both sexes, faced harashment and theft their goods by local police, border guards, and other officials during their trips.

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