Women in Africa carry a heavy load. In many countries they work the fields, rise at the rooster's crow to draw water for the day, all while caring for the children and keeping house. I saw this woman on my way home. I've never seen strollers here. When babies get fussy in the market or pout on long treks home, they are wrapped tightly in fabric and holstered onto their mother's backs. Like all the women I have met in Cameroon, this one carries her load with grace.