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  • A devastated coconut plantation devastated by Hurricane Maria. Agriculture represents Dominica’s second industry
  • A laid off hotel worker looks out onto the debris strewn beach of Mero. Before Maria, tourism was Dominica’s main source of income
  • Volunteers use fire hoses to clear mud from the streets of Roseau
  • Fell trees and torn roof paneling litter the ravines of a village in Dominica.
    Fell trees and torn roof paneling litter the ravines of a village in Dominica
  • Kenny Charles stands guard of Salybia primary school, now serving as a displaced people’s shelter in the Kalinoga Territory
  • Vendors resume the sale of local staple foods. The devastation was such that not even the cassava roots survived Maria’s path
  • A mother brushes her daughter’s hair as the pre-storm routine slowly resumes. Classes, however, remain halted
  • Mervin Henderson stands in a neighbour’s house destroyed by the Pointe Michel landslide
  • Woman herding goats
    Goats can be picky eaters. Getting the right kind of grass often entails long journeys
  • Aerial view of Uvira
    Uvira came under attack from speedboats
  • Turkana women with goat carcases
    Rebecca Ekale, who lost 16 goats to drought, doubts oil will make her life easier
  • UNHCR uses biometrics such as iris scans to register refugees
    UNHCR uses biometrics such as iris scans to register refugees
  • People ready to leave their homes after land clashes
  • Man herds goats
  • Water point in Turkana County, Kenya
    Without water points like this, many more animals would die
  • Drought-ravaged rangeland in Turkana County, Kenya
  • Local women cast their vote in one of Tuz Khurmatu's largest polling stations
  • Sheep carcass in Kenya's drought-ravaged Turkana County
    In Kenya's Turkana County alone, drought has killed an estimated half million head of livestock
  • A general map of the Caribbean
    A general map of the Caribbean
  • Kurdish fighters gather outside a Tuz Khurmatu polling station after a peshmerga was shot dead
  • Map of Kutupalong and Balukhali makeshift settlement before and after 25 August 2017 influx.
    A map by humanitarian agencies in Bangladesh shows the outlines of a planned new camp for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar. The dotted line shows the camp’s borders; areas marked red show the locations of some of the new arrivals after 25 August.
  • A pro-referendum even in Erbil, days before the vote
  • Evacuees from Barbuda were temporarily housed at the cricket stadium in Antigua
    Evacuees from Barbuda were temporarily housed at the cricket stadium in Antigua
  • Makeshift homes in a Rohingya refugee settlement in Bangladesh.
    Rohingya refugees have built makeshift homes in parts of a 2,000-acre site that Bangladesh’s government has earmarked for a giant new refugee camp.
  • Sunset over Dominica in the Caribbean, September 2017
    Sunset over Dominica in the Caribbean, September 2017

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