One of the amazing things about working in developing countries is seeing the practical ingenuity of the people. They manage to create revenue-generating activity on every scrap of space, whether it's a quarter-acre farm or a single square meter holding a makeshift table beside a busy road.
As a result, you can find nearly anything -- much of it "gently used", of course. This fellow in Haiti hawks phone chargers, wall outlets, and all the wire you need to make sparks fly.
Sand Storms in Sudan
7 years ago