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  • 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.
  • This is an aerial photograph showing two people holding on to plants as they wade through flood waters after they were displaced following heavy rains in Garsen, Tana Delta within Tana River county, Kenya November 23, 2023.
    People hold on to plants as they wade through flood waters after they were displaced following heavy rains in Garsen, Tana Delta within Tana River county, Kenya November 23, 2023.
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    Table replicated from “Reconsidering Resilience in African Pastoralism: Towards a Relational and Contextual Approach” (pp.354-366 )Publisher: Kyoto University Press/Trans Pacific Press
  • A photograph of a group selfie is superimposed over a blurred aerial image that shows buildings turned to rubble.
    A photo of some of Mercy Corps' staff in Gaza taken during the temporary humanitarian pause in fighting from 24 November to 1 December.
  • People searching through rubble in southern Gaza after Israel resumed bombarding the enclave on 1 December.
    People searching through rubble in southern Gaza after Israel resumed bombarding the enclave on 1 December.
  • Women who fled from attacks of armed militants in the Sahel region wait to fill their jerrycans at the water point in a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) in Kaya, Burkina Faso November 23, 2020. Picture taken November 23, 2020.
    Women who escaped jihadist attacks gather at a water point in a displacement camp in the town of Kaya, on 23 November 2020. More than two million Burkinabé have been uprooted by violence in recent years.
  • Leaders pose for a photo to mark the launch of the COP28's first ever Climate, Relief, Recovery and Peace Declaration, in Dubai on 3 December 2023.
    Leaders pose for a photo to mark the launch of the COP28's first ever Climate, Relief, Recovery and Peace Declaration, in Dubai on 3 December 2023.
  • Aerial shot of Lesbos island refugee camp.
    The refugee camp on the Greek Island of Lesvos that replaced Moria, which will soon be replaced by a new, EU-funded facility.
  • We see a long shot of a series of tents. They are all white. In between each tent we see people walking around.
    On the Greek Island of Lesvos, authorities have erected large tents to accommodate asylum seekers and migrants amid an increase in arrivals and worsening conditions.
  • A composite image of several people who are attending COP28. The portraits are in black and white and placed over different color halftone patterns. The people are: Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber  Mia Mottley, William Ruto, Avinash Persaud, Richard Sherman and Outi Honkatukia, Harjeet Singh, Mafalda Duarte, Ajay Banga, and Saleemul Huq
  • This is a headshot of Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber. He is pictured smiling. His headshot is in black and white and put over a halftone circle with green dots.
  • This is a headshot of Saleemul Huq. He is pictured smiling at the camera without showing teeth. His headshot is in black and white and put over a halftone circle with green dots.
  • This is a headshot of Richard Sherman and Outi Honkatukia. Their headshots are in black and white and put over a halftone circle with burgundy dots.
  • This is a headshot of Mia Mottley. She is pictured mid-speech. She is smiling and looking over her left shoulder. Her headshot is in black and white and put over a halftone circle with burgundy dots.
  • This is a headshot of Harjeet Singh. He is pictured mid-speech in front of a microphone. His headshot is in black and white and put over a halftone circle with orange dots.
  • This is a headshot of Avinash Persaud. He is pictured mid-speech in front of a microphone. His headshot is in black and white and put over a halftone circle with green dots.
  • Jafar al-Ali is pictured in a long shot walking along the banks of Afrin River, which dried up three months ago.
    Jafar al-Ali on the banks of Afrin River, which dried up earlier this year.
  • Pictured are the remains of water within a dried up dam.
    The reservoir at the Qastoun Dam, which has lost 85% of its water since 2017, according to local authorities.
  • A man called Khaled al-Aboud is pictured from a medium close up and stands in the middle of a field and holds dried up crops from his farm after drought devastated his harvest.
    Khaled al-Aboud, a farmer in northwest Syria, holds dried-up crops after drought devastated his harvest this year.
  • An Israeli military vehicle stands in a position, while Palestinians fleeing north Gaza move southward during a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas, near Gaza City November 27, 2023.
    An Israeli military vehicle in the background while Palestinians flee north Gaza near Gaza City to the south during a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas on 27 November 2023.
  • Children are pictured playing in the overflow of the Yetla river on 7 November. Foliage is seen in the background as children play with a ball.
    Children play in the overflow of the Yetla river on 7 November. Since most pumps broke in the storm, communities also use this water to bathe in and to wash their clothes.

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