During rising inflation, women are the first to suffer says studySkyrocketing 
prices for food and fuel have pushed more than 130million poor people across 
parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America deeper intopoverty in the past year, 
and guess who are the "hungriest" and "skinniest"victims? Women. Malnutrition 
among females is emerging as a "hidden consequence"of the food crisis, reports 
Kevin Sullivan for the Washington Post. Sullivan'sfocus is the African nation 
of Burkina Faso, where he follows the life of awoman named Fanta Lingani, who 
starts her backbreaking streetsweeping job at4:30 am and makes $10 a month. 
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