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  • A pregnant woman her son are both seeking treatment for cholera in Hodeidah
  • A woman and her daughter from Hodeidah at a cholera treatment center
  • Survivors of a 1 September 2018 shipwreck off the Libyan coast at a detention centre some 120 kilometres east of Tripoli
  • Survivors of a 1 September 2018 shipwreck off the Libyan coast at a detention centre some 120 kilometres east of Tripoli
  • A child walks in front of a burnt car
  • Family outside bombed building
  • A four-year-old drinks rehydration solution at a Hodeidah hospital
  • Rebels release child soldiers in Pibor town, South Sudan.
    Rebels release child soldiers in Pibor town, South Sudan.
  • Child Soldiers Released
    Child soldiers are released from SPLAIO and the National Salvation Front.
  • Coast Trust is the first southern NGO to be certified by the Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI), an independent auditing and advisory service for relief aid agencies, based in Geneva. COAST gained its certificate in January 2018.
  • Sinjar's old town lies in ruins
  • Women in Sinjar's mountain camp say life is tough all year round.
  • Several hands raised in a circular conference room setup
    View of the UN Security Council vote in favour of the draft resolution on Syria.
  • Polio vaccines
    A boy receives polio vaccination drops in a small neighbourhood outside Spin Boldak in southern Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province. Building polio immunity requires repeated rounds of vaccination.
  • polio vaccines
    An Afghan health worker holds a bag of oral polio vaccines. Building polio immunity requires repeated rounds of vaccination, which makes consistent access to children essential.
  • Health worker Asadullah, 22, uses a megaphone to announce a vaccination campaign in a neighbourhood in Kandahar. He says parents sometimes refuse to vaccinate their children: “They had heard gossip that the vaccine is bad," he says.
  • A satellite image taken on 27 February 2018 village shows extensive new construction south of Hla Poe Kaung village in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State.
    A satellite image taken on 27 February 2018 village shows extensive new construction south of Hla Poe Kaung village in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State.
  • Satellite image of helicopter pads near Hla Poe Kaung
    According to an analysis of satellite imagery, new construction near Hla Poe Kaung includes at least 110 new buildings and two possible helicopter landing pads. Rights groups say Myanmar has built up excessive security infrastructure in northern Rakhine.

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