Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Pelicans-in-Senegal-27MZIFJXWTMW1.htmlConceptually similarPelican in SenegalGP0STRLYECompleted★★★★Women Collect Seafood in SenegalGP0STRLY3Completed★★★★Women Collect Seafood in SenegalGP0STRLY6Completed★★★★Woman Collects Seafood in SenegalGP0STRLY0Completed★★★★★★Woman Collects Seafood in SenegalGP0STRLY1Completed★★★★Woman Collects Seafood in SenegalGP0STRLY2Completed★★★★★★Shellfish Collected by Women in SenegalGP0STRLY9Completed★★★★★★Fishing Village in SenegalGP0STRLYCCompleted★★★★Oysters on Mangrove Tree in SenegalGP0STRLXVCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STRLYDPelicans in SenegalPelicans near Mar Lodj fishing village, Fatick region, Senegal.Locations:Africa-Fatick Region-SenegalDate:26 Feb, 2018Credit:© Clément Tardif / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5638px X 3763pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Pelicans-WaterShoot:International Women's Day in Senegal - photoOn the occasion of International Women's Day 2018, Greenpeace Africa showcases the voices of African women and the positive role they play in the community through their daily activities. This series shows the daily life of a group of 70 women, working as fish processors in a fishing village named Mar Lodj in Senegal, from the morning to the closing time of the business. It also highlights how coastal ecosystems contribute to the well-being of people by offering them services and a healthy environment. As a mother, a wife, a sister, a daughter and a pillar of the family, an African woman plays a vital role in the community. Raising up children and taking care of their education are among their daily tasks.