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The Reality of Trucking in West Africa

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A brief photo journey following trucking in Mali.

A brief photo journey following trucking in Mali.

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  • 1. Close up of a cargo truck at the Faladie truck stop in Bamako, Mali
  • 2. A young man changes truck tires at the Faladie truck stop
  • 3. A driver performs maintenance on his truck at the Faladie truck stop
  • 4. A police officer checks a truck driver's documents at the Senou checkpoint outside Bamako
  • 5. An official from the MaliDirection des transportschecks truck drivers' documents at the Senoucheckpoint
  • 6. Trucks loaded with lumber wait to go through the Senoucheckpoint
  • 7. A police officer inspects a truck at the Senoucheckpoint
  • 8. A police officer checks a truck driver's license at the Senoucheckpoint
  • 9. A truck drives through the Senoucheckpoint
  • 10. A truck overloaded with leather hides near the Senoucheckpoint
  • 11. Men unload some of a truck’s contents to allow it to fit into a scanner used for customs check at the Korofina customs station in Bamako
  • 12. A customs officer records the contents of a truck as she monitors unloading at the Korofina customs station
  • 13. Customs seal on a container coming from the Dakar seaport and headed to Bamako at the Kati truck stop west of Bamako
  • 14. IRTG officials collect forms from drivers to help track checkpoints and bribery at the Kati truck stop