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Anilis María Meza Tous

Anilis María Meza is a hammock weaver from Morroa, a town famous for its colorful, wide, cotton hammocks woven on a vertical loom. Weaving is a trade primarily practiced by women, and Anilis learned it from her mother. Now her work contributes to the household income.

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