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  • Mohammed Nur Kabir, a Rohingya refugee in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, scoops up mud to fortify his makeshift home.
  • Rohingya men clear land for a drainage canal, ahead of heavy rains expected to inundate the densely packed refugee camps in southern Bangladesh.
  • Rohingya men wait at a distribution point for extra bamboo to strengthen their homes ahead of the coming monsoon season. Authorities are encouraging Rohingya families to reinforce the fragile bamboo tents that are home to most of the refugees.
  • Shafiqa, a 25-year-old single mother of two who fled to Bangladesh last year, builds a mud wall to protect her home from high winds.
  • Madha Khatun, a traditional Rohingya midwife, believes women and girls are hiding rapes and pregnancies from their families and communities.
  • Timeline of Kabila's Congo and conflict
  • Wide photograph of a group of children in a loose formation on dry earth with greenery behind them on the horizon
    Displaced children in Aburoc last year.
  • A child wearing an athletic jersey looks back at the camera through corrugated metal and tarp structures with overturned wheelbarrows
    A boy walks through the PoC in Malakal, a camp for internally displaced people.
  • A commander stands in front of newly released child soldiers in South Sudan’s Yambio.
    A commander stands in front of newly released child soldiers in South Sudan’s Yambio.
  • The front of a destroyed car with a child pretending to drive and children in the back of the car
    Destruction is evident in Malakal, a city that has changed hands many times and has seen thousands flee. More than 24,000 people now live in a UN protected site (PoC).
  • A closeup of clasped hands
    John, 15, identity hidden, was abducted from his village and forced to join the army. He has been released last month and is being integrated with his family.
  • A young woman with a child on her hip in multi-patterned fabric looks at the camera
    Rose, 26, has fled to Aburoc after fighting erupted in her village in Upper Nile last year.
  • An elderly woman, internally displaced from her home in Abyei by heavy fighting between the Sudan Armed Forces and the Sudan Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA), gets ready to receive her ration of emergency food aid.
  • Children are looking happy at the camera and jumping on the handle to a water pump
    Children collect water from a water-pump well in the Abyei suburb of Molomol, where individual voluntary returnees from North Sudan are settling with the assistance of the United Nations.
  • Map of the Ituri Province in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) including Djugu, Mambasa, Itumu territories and the Albertine Graben area
  • The remnants of a home in Kafe - a Hema village on the shores of Lake Albert, Ituri.
  • A view across the larger of two refugee camps within Bunia, Ituri.
  • The remnants of a home in Kafe - a Hema village on the shores of Lake Albert, Ituri.
  • The interior of a ransacked hospital in the village of Lita in the Djugu territory of Ituri.
  • Map of northwestern Syria including Aleppo, Afrin, Manbij, and Tel Rifaat
  • Map of northwestern Syria including Aleppo, Afrin, Manbij, and Tel Rifaat
  • A family walks away from the camera through a destroyed town
    TEL RIFAAT, SYRIA: This family headed home after receiving milk from Kurdish Red Crescent aid workers.
  • A woman washes dishes inside the remnant of a building with a makeshift home around her
    TEL QARAH, SYRIA: Suham, 55, cleaned coffee cups just half a metre away from two live improvised explosive devices, likely planted two years ago by fighters with the so-called Islamic State.
  • A woman grieves at a grave with others around her at other graves
    AHRAS, SYRIA: A woman grieved for her husband, who she said died because he could not get medicine.
  • An exterior face of a destroyed building with the silhouette of a young girl in an open doorway on the second floor
    AHRAS, SYRIA: Many people fled with children, like this girl who now calls this destroyed house home.
  • AHRAS, SYRIA: One corner of this school, destroyed in the push to liberate the town from IS, is now home to a family displaced from Afrin.

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