This is Etensh Ajele, 36. She used to carry wood for 12 years until she got help from the Former Women Fuelwood Carriers' Association.
She now runs this group and helps other women who were forced to carry wood because they were so poor and did not have enough education to do anything else.
"We train women in other skills and gives them loans so that they can start a business. We sell what they make in our shop," she says.