Indonesia’s female forest guardians fight illegal poaching, logging and gender stereotypes

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Twice a month, a group of Indonesian women patrol forests near their homes in Bener Meriah, Aceh province on the western island of Sumatra. Along with their regular battles with illegal loggers and wildlife poachers, the female rangers must also fight gender stereotypes in the Muslim-majority country.


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