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'100 Unsung Heroines': Celebrating the everyday women inspiring change

<i>By </i><strong><i>Bayo Omoboriowo</i></strong><i>, documentary photographer, Special to CNN</i><!-- -->
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</br><strong><i>Editor's Note</i></strong><i>: Bayo Omoboriowo is a Nigerian award-winning documentary photographer and initiator of "</i><i><a href='http://unseennigeria.com/home/' target='_blank'>Unseen Nigeria</a></i><i>," an artistic movement celebrating the everyday women making a difference in their communities. Click through to gallery to read about and see some of his latest work, called the"100 Unsung Heroines Project," which seeks to discover and honor such women. Follow the "Unseen Nigeria" project on Twitter, </i><i><a href='https://twitter.com/UnseenNigeria' target='_blank'>@unseennigeria</a></i><i> and </i><i><a href='https://twitter.com/BayoOmoboriowo' target='_blank'>@bayoomoboriowo</a></i><i>. The opinions expressed in this article are solely his.</i><!-- -->
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</br>It's only 6am Monday morning and already Lovefans Alfredo-Durugo is busy clearing old fishing nets and crates in one of the shanties the village chief graciously gave her to start her formal classroom sessions.

By Bayo Omoboriowo, documentary photographer, Special to CNN

Editor's Note: Bayo Omoboriowo is a Nigerian award-winning documentary photographer and initiator of "Unseen Nigeria," an artistic movement celebrating the everyday women making a difference in their communities. Click through to gallery to read about and see some of his latest work, called the"100 Unsung Heroines Project," which seeks to discover and honor such women. Follow the "Unseen Nigeria" project on Twitter, @unseennigeria and @bayoomoboriowo. The opinions expressed in this article are solely his.

It's only 6am Monday morning and already Lovefans Alfredo-Durugo is busy clearing old fishing nets and crates in one of the shanties the village chief graciously gave her to start her formal classroom sessions.