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  • Wapichana and Macuxi Indigenous wait outside an electoral college in the state of Roraima to vote in the presidential elections in October 2022.
    Wapichana and Macuxi Indigenous people wait to vote in the presidential elections in October 2022 in the state of Roraima. Since he took office, Lula has been fighting illegal miners to protect Indigenous lands.
  • A hand wearing medical gloves is touching a catheter on a patients' hand.
  • A close up of two banners. One says, "Sisters education first" and the other says "We need schools".
  • A man from an Internally Displaced People (IDP) settlement collects water in a tank made with tarpaulins.
    A man collects water from a makeshift tank made from tarpaulins in a displacement camp in Karenni state.
  • Patients, both civilians and soldiers from the armed opposition, lie in a hospital field.
    Patients – both civilians and soldiers from the armed opposition – in a field hospital in Karenni state.
  • A female medic from the relief group Free Burma Rangers takes the blood pressure of a man in an Internally Displaced People (IDP) settlement.
    A female medic from the Free Burma Rangers relief group examines a man in a displacement camp in Karenni state, where between 200,000 and 300,000 people have been forced from their homes since the junta seized power in February 2021.
  • We see the back of an injured person in an operating room. Two sets of hands wearing surgical gloves are suturing an injury.
    Medics treat a fighter from the Karenni Nationalities Defence Force (KNDF) who was injured in the back during a military operation against junta forces.
  • A man who has had a visible amputation of his lower limbs lays in a bed with two other men beside him.
  • Women stand in line with steel bowls in hand. One of them holds a umbrella.
  • A woman stirs the contents of a large metal pot.
  • Portrait of Rochane Uwineza. She stands against a backdrop of a stone wall.
  • Rochane Uwineza, 27,  is a new volunteer at Goma Actif and is pictured helping distrubute food.
  • A group of women stand in line. One holds a metal plate.
  • A group of young men stand surrounded by a crowd.
  • A man surrounded by people holds a baby in his arms.
  • A group of people dancing around a child.
  • A woman pours a liquid into a large pot.
  • A woman stands and stirs the contents of a large pot.
  • Four young men smile at each other as they lead a group activity. Around them is a large group of people following their lead.
    Members of the Goma Actif collective use dance and song as part of their efforts to help Congolese displaced by the M23 conflict.
  • Two women sit around a large pot. One of them stirs the contents of it with a wooden stick. In the back-drop we see individuals standing by.
  • A man in medical scrubs is tending to a baby in an incubator.
  • Map of Tunisia with a marker on Tunis. The neighboring counties Algeria, Italy and Libya.
  • Tent city in West Kahramanmaraş against the backdrop of damaged buildings.
    A tent city has sprung up in Kahramanmaraş against the backdrop of badly damaged buildings.
  • Two large excavators are digging at the sides of two separate destroyed buildings in the aftermath of the Syria and Türkiye earthquake in 2023.
    Construction machines tear down apartments in the southern Turkish city of Antakya. The 6 February earthquakes destroyed more than 300,000 homes in Türkiye alone, and affected up to 26 million people across large swathes of Syria and Türkiye.
  • A man holds pictures of an x-ray that shows his injuries. Behind him are people sitting outside tents.
    Saddam Hammad, a refugee from Sudan’s Darfur region, fled last month's mob violence in Tunis and sleeps outside offices of the UN’s migration agency, IOM. He is holding X-rays to show he was brutally beaten by Algerian soldiers before reaching Tunisia.
  • A visual of a hand with a hammer breaking trough a pile of papers and folders that represent bureaucracy.
    The UN's new reform plan – currently being piloted in Niger, Colombia, the Philippines, and South Sudan – aims to end laborious processes by giving more autonomy to country managers to make aid responses more accountable to affected communities.
  • Map showing the Kutupalong-Balukhali refugee camp with an inset pointing at Camp 11 where the fire struck.
  • Picture of a profile of a woman hidden behind a palm leaf.
    More than 100 women in DR Congo say they were abused by aid workers during the 10th Ebola outbreak, one of the largest sex abuse scandals in the UN’s history.
  • A makeshift encampment on the street outside the centre in Ciudad Juárez where 40 people died in a fire on 27 March
    A makeshift encampment on the street outside the centre in Ciudad Juárez where 40 people died in a fire on 27 March
  • A graphic image showing out-stretched palms overlayed on an image of rubble from the Türkiye-Syria earthquakes in 2023.
  • Graphic image showing a photo of hands being washed in black and white. In the background is an image of coins some in gray and some in blue hues.
  • Medium shots of beige colored tents on sparse grass. These tents are part of an encampment on Diego Garcia, where 68 Sri Lankan asylum seekers have been living for months.
    Tents within a fenced encampment on Diego Garcia, where 68 Sri Lankan asylum seekers have been living for months.

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