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  • The Yazidi child who died of malnutrition and dehydration in Sinjar this winter
  • Visiting Italian paediatrician Doctor Merino Andalina who now stays in Sinjar for several weeks at a time sees a young patient
  • Residents in Nangarhar’s informal settlements live in shanty homes and tents, which are often exposed to the elements.
  • A worker looks over a pile of stones for new construction at a settlement in Nangarhar Province’s Behsud District.
  • Neighbours from Munir’s home village live in the same compound as his family in Behsud District. According to Munir, the families fled together “with nothing but the clothes on our back and each other”.
  • Munir, 35, fled his home in the middle of the night in late 2017. He and his family now live in a tent on a compound in Behsud District, along with other people from his village.
  • A worker looks over a pile of stones for new construction at a settlement in Nangarhar Province’s Behsud District.
  • Munir, 35, pictured with his children standing outside his tent at their settlement in Behsud District, in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar Province. Munir fled his home to escape clashes between the Taliban and Islamic State-aligned fighters in late 2017.
  • Mohammad, 30, and his family, in the courtyard of their home in Behsud District. Mohammad’s single-room house is the only brick building in a compound filled with tents. But with little work available, he fears he can no longer afford the rent.
  • A boy looks over new construction in a settlement where recent returnees from Pakistan now live in Nangarhar Province’s Behsud District.
  • A child from North Kivu, DRC.
  • A recent government push to speed up rebuilding is evident in parts of remote Dolakha and Sindhupalchok districts, which were hit hard in the 2015 earthquake. Only 15 percent of homes have been completed under a government reconstruction plan.
  • Sun Maya Tamang, 70, cooks a meal in her thatched bamboo hut in Nepal’s Dolakha District.
  • A medical evacuation takes place in Duk Padiet, where people have been wounded during a cattle raid. One man has been shot in the leg, another man in the face. Patients are being evacuated to Juba where they receive further medical treatment.
  • Vaccinator Thon Deng has set up his day’s work at remaining hospital structures in Malakal.
  • Buguot Wien, 10, sits on a red metal bed in a building that was once a functioning hospital.
  • Annette Poni, Reproductive Health Assistant measures a patient’s blood pressure and provides advice on birth control methods, among other.
  • 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).

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