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  • Pictured are market stalls burning in Ponnagyun, Rakhine State following Myanmar military shelling on 24 November, 2023.
    Market stalls burn in Ponnagyun, a town in Rakhine State, following shelling by Myanmar's military junta on 24 November 2023.
  • Taken from afar, this image shows a group of people huddled around a fire in the middle of a street at night.
    The Abu al-Ruk family gathers around a fire near the ruins of their home in eastern Khan Younis.
  • This is a photo on the street in Mathare. Some people sit on bricks on the dirt road.
    A shed-like “safehouse” in Mathare, where community activists say migrants are kept.
  • This is a map from the East and Horn of Africa showing migration routes towards the south. Lines showing the flow of migration connect cities from Ethiopia to South Africa.
  • This is a composite image. On the left we see a map of Africa from Ethiopia to South Africa and on the right we see a photo of migrants at a safehouse in Dzaleka refugee camp, Malawi.
    Migrants in a safehouse in Dzaleka refugee camp, Malawi. They had not paid an instalment to the smugglers so were left behind when the main group travelled on.
  • Pictured are a group of smuggled Ethiopian migrants in a house in Dzakeka refugee camp, Malawi, before their onward journey to South Africa. They are photographed sleeping on mats on the ground. Clothes are seemingly hung to dry in the walls around them.
    Smuggled Ethiopian migrants in a house in Dzaleka refugee camp, Malawi, before their onward journey to South Africa.
  • This is a composite image done in a collage style. To the left we see a portrait of Official portrait of Andrew Mitchell  a British politician currently serving as the Minister of State for Development and Africa. He is pictured in black and white wearing a suit and looking at the camera. To the right we see a screenshot of a report and on the left cut outs of a hand holding a plant, a notepad and pen, and some British pound bills and coins.
  • Pictured is a large group of Palestinians fleeing north Gaza walk towards the south, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in the central Gaza Strip, 9 November, 2023.
    Palestinians fleeing northern Gaza on 9 November amid Israel's bombardment and siege of the enclave, and intense fighting between the Israeli military and Hamas fighters in the north.
  • This is a composite image. On the left is a protester in Berlin holding a banner that reads: Ceasefire now. On the right we see another protestor holding a banner that reads we stand with Rohingya.
  • This picture is shows a view of Carrefour-Feuilles, Port-au-Prince. People are seen walking on the streets and others are leaning against a wall.
    Carrefour-Feuilles, pictured here on 2 November 2023, is one of many districts of Port-au-Prince that has been effectively taken over by gangs, who now control some 80% of the capital, according to the UN.
  • Pictured are rows of beds inside a gymnasium.
    Displaced families from Nagorno-Karabakh have found temporary shelter in this sports hall set up for them by NGOs in Artashat, near Yerevan. They don't know how long they will have to stay here.
  • A man sits on a deflated tent on the ground.
    Residents in earthquake-affected villages say their tents will not stand up to Herat’s high winds, especially as winter approaches.
  • Composite image for the Rethinking Humanitarianism podcast. The background is a carrot orange color. On the top right is the title: "Rethinking Humanitarianism Podcast". ON the bottom left is a white box showing the podcast guest: Patrick Gathara. On the bottom right corner is a headshot of Patrick in black and white.
  • Delegates attend the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland September 11, 2023.
    Delegates attend the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland on 11 September 2023.
  • This is a picture showing a group of people wait outside a fence and wall. On the other side are US soldiers. These people await as many evacuate Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover in 2021.
    For 16 days in August 2021, the area around the Kabul International Airport become a makeshift camp as thousands of Afghans rushed towards the facility in the hope of getting on board an evacuation flight.
  • People sit on mats and prepare tea at Wedwiel refugee transit centre in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal state. One million people have fled neighbouring Sudan since conflict erupted on 15 April.
    People sit on mats and prepare tea at Wedwiel refugee transit centre in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal state. One million people have fled neighbouring Sudan since conflict erupted on 15 April.
  • Abul Mathiang Ngong and one of her children take shade at Wedwiel refugee transit centre in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal state.
    Abul Mathiang Ngong and one of her children take shade at Wedwiel refugee transit centre in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal state.
  • A map of Sudan and South Sudan with locator dots in Khartoum and Juba.
  • This is a map of Ukraine that highlights the location of two towns that are in southwestern Ukraine: Kachkarivka and Dudchany. There's also a locator dot in the capital city, Kyiv. On the Eastern side of Ukraine, highlighted in burgundy red are the regions under Russian military control. Crimea is shaded as well with black dots and red background. On the top left of the map is a legend box describing these two shades.
  • Remaining residents gather to receive aid and medical checks from mobile clinics run by Alliance for Public Health, a Ukrainian NGO, in Mylove, Ukraine, one of several formerly occupied villages visited by the group on the right bank of the Dnieper river. The picture shows a group of women on the left at the front of a line. On the right we see two open white vans, one in front of the other.
    Remaining residents gather to receive aid and medical checks from mobile clinics run by Alliance for Public Health, a Ukrainian NGO, in Mylove, one of several formerly occupied villages visited by the group on the right bank of the Dnieper river.
  • Inside the destroyed medical clinic in Kachkarivka, Ukraine, which is littered with detritus left behind after Russian forces were forced to withdraw in November 2022. The walls are sky blue. The paint in the ceiling is peeled off in some parts. At the center of the photo is a wall with a window that is half boarded up. On the left wall are white cabinets, some have been left half open. The floor is covered in random medical items and medical trash.
    Inside the destroyed medical clinic in Kachkarivka, which is littered with detritus left behind after Russian forces were forced to withdraw in November 2022.
  • A picture of UN cars parked outside homes. They are white with the UN acronyms on the side in blue. At the bottom right we see two children seemingly playing.
    UN vehicles arrive at a camp in Idlib on 4 July 2023, days before the expiration of a Security Council resolution on cross-border assistance to northwest Syria.
  • A graphic image showing 6 hands with their palms joined together at the center, signaling group work.
  • Harana Arabi Souleymane, a Sudanese refugee who is seeking refuge in Chad for a second time, waits to receive food supplements from World Food Programme (WFP) as she chats with other refugees, near the border between Sudan and Chad in Koufroun, Chad, May 11, 2023. She is pictured surrounded by dozens of women, all of which sit on the ground as they wait.
    More than 2 million people have been displaced by Sudan’s conflict but humanitarian funding has so far fallen short. Pictured here, on 11 May, are Sudanese refugees who fled to neighbouring Chad.
  • This is a photograph taken in Cairo, Egypt May 7, 2023. A woman is photographed sitting in the back of a van that's filled with boxes that contain medical supplies. These will go to from Cairo, Egypt to  to Sudan, after the crisis in Sudan's capital Khartoum. The woman has a white head covering and wears a purple long sleeve shirt. She is looking outside the window of the van. She 's hugging a seat of the van
    A volunteer humanitarian worker in Egypt arranges supplies of medical aid for Sudanese impacted by the conflict. Local aid workers are playing a central role in relief efforts, yet many have lost their jobs after programmes were suspended.
  • Residents of Khartoum gather belongings outside of a bus as they flee clashes between the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces and the army, on 24 April 2023.
    Residents of Khartoum gather belongings as they flee clashes between the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces and the army, on 24 April 2023.
  • Location: Maland village, Idlib. A group of Syrian Muslims gather to perform Friday prayers. All people are seated and in the backdrop we see building from the village.
  • Houses at Ocupação Vitória, in Diamantina, Brazil, a spontaneous settlement part of the Homeless Workers Movement, which fights the housing deficit in the country by settling in unoccupied plots.
    Houses at Ocupação Vitória, in Diamantina, Brazil, a spontaneous settlement part of the Homeless Workers Movement, which fights the housing deficit in the country by settling in unoccupied plots.
  • Ocupação Vitória's Solidary Kitchen, a project created by the Homeless Workers Movement to fight hunger through the distribution of free meals. Diamantina, Brazil.
    Ocupação Vitória's Solidary Kitchen, a project created by the Homeless Workers Movement to fight hunger through the distribution of free meals in Diamantina, Brazil.
  • Wapichana and Macuxi Indigenous wait outside an electoral college in the state of Roraima to vote in the presidential elections in October 2022.
    Wapichana and Macuxi Indigenous people wait to vote in the presidential elections in October 2022 in the state of Roraima. Since he took office, Lula has been fighting illegal miners to protect Indigenous lands.
  • A hand wearing medical gloves is touching a catheter on a patients' hand.
  • A close up of two banners. One says, "Sisters education first" and the other says "We need schools".

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