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  • A crowd gathers around the wreckage of the car journalists Hamza al-Dahdouh and Mustafa Thuraya were travelling in when it was hit by an Israeli airstrike.
    A crowd gathers around the wreckage of the car journalists Hamza al-Dahdouh and Mustafa Thuraya were travelling in when it was hit by an Israeli airstrike.
  • This is a photo of a group of migrants walking through mud along a dense jungle through the Darien Gap. On the left of the frame is a person holding a stick to aid them as they walk. Behind him are others walking as well, carrying children. The photo was taken on July 27, 2022.
    Migrants from Venezuela and African countries traverse dense jungle through the Darien Gap where people have died along the way and been targeted by attackers, according to aid groups. Darien Gap, Colombia July 27, 2022.
  • This is a composite image. The background has a texture of crinkled paper. On top is a world map with red circles in the horn of Africa, Mali, Sudan, Haiti, Venezuela, Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria, Myanmar, and Democratic Republic of the Congo. At the centre of the frame, a hand holding a magnifying glass.
  • A wideshot of Reyna Gamboa and her husband Victor Títo sit near the border between their home district, Villa María del Triunfo, and La Molina. In the background you can see the city.
    Reyna Gamboa and her husband, Victor Títo, sit near the border between their home district, Villa María del Triunfo, and La Molina, where Gamboa hikes to each day to work as a cleaner and cook.
  • A medium shot of Edwin Rojas looking over the area where the wall had been demolished just days prior.
    Edwin Rojas looks over an area where the wall had been demolished just days before. Rojas takes people on tours of Lima’s poor neighbourhoods, which raises money for him to do social projects there.
  • A bird's eye view of the wall in Peru that separates some of Lima’s wealthiest districts from some of its poorest. On the right side of the wall we see barren land and on the left houses.
    The first parts of the so-called “Wall of Shame”, which separates some of Lima’s wealthiest districts from some of its poorest, were constructed by a Jesuit school in the 1980s to seal itself off from a swelling population of rural migrants.
  • Composite image created using several photos in a collage style. On the bottom left is a boat with several people on it. On the top left are people standing in line outside a bakery that is partially collapsed in Gaza. At the center we see a woman carrying two yellow jerry cans, she is walking away from the camera. On the top centre we see Khartoum in Sudan during bombings with smoke in the air. On the top right we see people walking in front of a pickup truck and at the bottom right we see farmers in Perú.
    Composite with images by Claudia Lacave/Hans Lucas, Dan Collyns/TNH, Ali M. Latifi/TNH, Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters, Max Hirzel/TNH and Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto
  • A girl carries yellow jerry cans during long hours searching for water after years of drought in Marsabit county, in northern Kenya, on 2 August 2022.
    A girl carries yellow jerry cans during long hours searching for water after years of drought in Marsabit county, in northern Kenya, on 2 August 2022.
  • Left: People fleeing the violence in West Darfur, cross the border into Adre, Chad, August 4, 2023. Right: Palestinians fleeing northern Gaza on 9 November amid Israel's bombardment and siege of the enclave.
    Left: People fleeing the violence in West Darfur cross the border into Adre, Chad on 4 August 2023. Right: Palestinians fleeing northern Gaza on 9 November 2023 amid Israel's bombardment and siege of the enclave.
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    After decades of war, Afghans are benefiting from a period of reduced conflict, with some municipalities launching construction efforts to reimagine urban centres.
  • Community members clean streets in El Daein, the capital of East Darfur. Local initiatives have helped protect the city from violence since Sudan’s war broke out in April.
    Community members clean streets in El Daein, the capital of East Darfur. Local initiatives have helped protect the city from violence since Sudan’s war broke out in April.
  • The header image for the Inkling's entry of December 20, 2023. On the top left you see Inkli ngs written in a serif font with an ink bleed effect and underlined with a burgundy color line. On the bottom right we see a list of the main topics being tackled: Aid leadership, Cold UN offices, Money on the table
  • Residents are pictured walking through rubble after 6 Palestinians killed in an Israeli attack carried out using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) targeting the Nour Shams refugee camp in Tulkarm, West Bank on December 17, 2023.
    Residents of the Nour Shams refugee camp in the West Bank town of Tulkarm observe the damage after an Israeli drone strike that killed several Palestinians on 17 December 2023.  At least 291 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank since 7 October.
  • This is a composite image. The background is texturised crumpled paper. At the centre is a green triangle and in it a cut out of Avinash Persaud in black and white. In the background are orange graphic elements.
  • This is a composite image. At the center is a burgundy red square and over it a cut out of Ignacio Packer in black and white. The main background is a paper-like grid and black and red paint strokes.
  • View over refugee camp, Tal al-Sultan, near Rafah.
    View over the refugee camp at Tal al-Sultan, Gaza, near Rafah and the Egyptian border.
  • An uneven dirt road runs past shops selling dried goods and essential items in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, empty in the early morning. August 2023.
    Bidi Bidi is one of 13 refugee settlements in Uganda that host some 1.4 million people assisted by WFP. Many say they’re now struggling to fill gaps left by steep aid cuts.
  • Agwe Lino is pictured wearing a white sleeveless shirt and standing in front of a grey wall.
    Agwe Lino of Bidi says a survey of refugee livelihood was refused, claiming people were not given time to explain themselves. August 2023.
  • Jacob Okot has diabetes, and says he was wrongly placed in category two. As result, he is no longer receiving the aid that he needs to survive. August 2023.
    Jacob Okot has diabetes, and says he was wrongly placed in Category 2. As a result, he says he is no longer receiving the aid he needs to survive.
  • James Kawa of Bidi Bidi told The New Humanitarian that an across-the-board ration cut, applied equally to everyone, would be preferable to prioritization—which could cause conflicts. August 2023.
    James Kawa says an across-the-board ration cut, applied equally to everyone, would have been preferable to this prioritisation, which could cause conflicts.
  • Isaac Ankora told The New Humanitarian that refugees were not warned about the new prioritisation policy. He only discovered his category when his wife went to collect food aid. August 2023.
    Isaac Ankora says refugees weren't warned about the prioritisation policy, and he only discovered his new category when his wife went to collect food aid.
  • Wilbert Nadi, a resident of Bidi Bidi, is no longer receiving any aid from WFP. He scrapes by farming crops on a plot near his house, August 2023.
    Wilbert Nadi says he is no longer receiving any aid from WFP and scrapes by farming crops on a plot near his house in the Bidi Bidi settlement.
  • Entrance to the main thoroughfare at COP28.
    Entrance to the main thoroughfare at COP28.
  • A view of the buildings hosting COP28 in the UAE.
    Extravagant decorations at the COP28 site in Expo City, Dubai.
  • An uneven dirt road runs past shops selling dried goods and essential items in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, empty in the early morning. August 2023.
    An uneven dirt road runs past shops selling dried goods and essential items in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, empty in the early morning. August 2023.
  • Header image for Rethinking Humanitarianism podcast. The background is orange. On the top left we see the banner reading Rethinking Humanitarianism Podcast. On the bottom right we see the black and white portraits of Irwin Loy, Nazanine Moshiri, and Dustin Barter.
  • Armidia Lissette is standing in the middle of a small lagoon which her community relied on for fishing shrimp. 02.12.2023 San Bernardo Choluteca
    Armidia Lissette stands in the middle of what used to be a small lagoon. Her community of San Bernardo in Choluceta can no longer rely on the dried-out lagoon for fishing shrimp, on 2 December 2023.
  • A stylised image of a WFP sack full of grain.
  • Senio Hinostroza, 37, (centre) sits by the stove in the kitchen with with his family; Cristel, 9 (left), Dariel, 2, Saíd, 4, and his wife Estelita Quinto, 37 (right). November 14, 2023.
    Senio Hinostroza (centre), 37, sits by the stove in his kitchen with with his family: Cristel (left), 9, Dariel, 2, Saíd, 4, and his wife Estelita Quinto (right), 37, on 14 November 14 2023.
  • Five farmers are pictured as they plough a field to sow native potatoes in Apata, Junín on November 14, 2023.
    Farmers use foot ploughs to prepare a field to plant potatoes in Apata district, in Peru's Andean region of Junín, where years of drought have decimated harvests, on 14 November 2023.
  • Map of Peru with locator dots in Lima and the city of Apata. The region of Junin is highlighted in light red.
  • A portrait of a man as he stands in front of a group of camels.
    After five seasons of drought, pastoralists at this settlement in Turbi, northern Kenya, have had to deal with recent storms and flooding worsened by the ongoing El Niño weather phenomenon.

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