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  • Members of a community sponsorship group in Salford welcome a family of Syrian refugees at Manchester airport
  • The only water pump in the Minaret camp for displaced people, which is in the middle of the Afghan city of Herat
  • Saadiya
  • Former refugees have returned to Myanmar and are living temporarily in a government-owned warehouse in Yangon
  • Khin San Yee shows a photo of herself and Aung San Suu Kyi
  • A mosque in Baghdad
  • Crossing the Bzeibz bridge to Anbar
  • Ameriyat al-Fallujah
  • Fazih and his family in an IDP camp in Iraq
  • A young boy in an IDP camp in Iraq
  • Fazih
  • Sheikh Rafih al-Fahdawi
  • An Iraqi politician shows photos of soldiers
  • Hamid al-Hayes
  • Chaman-e-Babrak IDP settlement in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2015
  • Olga Ivanovna plays her mandolin in hope of earning a few coins to help repair her damaged house in Slaviansk, eastern Ukraine
  • A presentation from Noble House, a company set up by GOAL employees
    These aid vouchers are for Syria and say "aid from the people of Ireland"
  • man at fence
    Melhel Kadayer has been waiting for two week in the Debaga holding center. He speaks to his wife and toddler everyday from behind the fence.
  • Family in camp
    In Qaraya's Jadah camp, men can only join their families if they have passed a security screening
  • A shop in northern Syria involved in Irish charity GOAL's food voucher operation
    A shop in northern Syria involved in Irish charity GOAL's food voucher operation
  • Men and boys behind fence
  • A community care-giver passes a long line of patients at a rural clinic in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal Province to pick up anti-retrovrial medication for members of her community treatment group
  • Living conditions take their toll in an IDP camp in Baghdad
  • Children live in the Umm al-taboul Mosque

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