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  • In Niger, villagers queue to use the new pump. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In Niger, villagers queue to use the new pump.
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    In Niger, villagers queue to use the new pump. Photo from World Vision Australia
    The tenkile is very difficult to see in the dense rainforests of Papua New Guinea’s Torricelli Mountains. © Chris Banks, Zoos Victoria
    The tenkile is very difficult to see in the dense rainforests of Papua New Guinea’s Torricelli Mountains.
    © Chris Banks, Zoos Victoria
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    The tenkile is very difficult to see in the dense rainforests of Papua New Guinea’s Torricelli Mountains. © Chris Banks, Zoos Victoria
    Key community members were trained to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency. Photo © SurfAid
    Key community members were trained to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency.
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    Key community members were trained to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency. Photo © SurfAid
  • Rabbit farming has replaced the hunting of tenkile and provides a good source of food. Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
    Rabbit farming has replaced the hunting of tenkile and provides a good source of food.
    Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
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    Rabbit farming has replaced the hunting of tenkile and provides a good source of food. Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
    Supported by Australian volunteers, local trainers assist the village communities to manage the conservation area. Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
    Supported by Australian volunteers, local trainers assist the village communities to manage the conservation area.
    Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
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    Supported by Australian volunteers, local trainers assist the village communities to manage the conservation area. Photo by Jean Thomas/TCA
  • To minimise environmental impact, Myanmar refugees construct and repair their houses with materials provided by the Thailand Burma Border Consortium. Photo from Act for Peace
    To minimise environmental impact, Myanmar refugees construct and repair their houses with materials provided by the Thailand Burma Border Consortium.
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    To minimise environmental impact, Myanmar refugees construct and repair their houses with materials provided by the Thailand Burma Border Consortium. Photo from Act for Peace
    In Myanmar, the Longyi Weaving Project assists women living in refugee camps to maintain and develop traditional skills and earn an income. Photo from TBBC
    In Myanmar, the Longyi Weaving Project assists women living in refugee camps to maintain and develop traditional skills and earn an income.
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    In Myanmar, the Longyi Weaving Project assists women living in refugee camps to maintain and develop traditional skills and earn an income. Photo from TBBC
  • School children in Nias, Indonesia, are taught to get under tables and cover their heads after an earthquake. Photo © SurfAid
    School children in Nias, Indonesia, are taught to get under tables and cover their heads after an earthquake.
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    School children in Nias, Indonesia, are taught to get under tables and cover their heads after an earthquake. Photo © SurfAid
    Villagers in Nias, Indonesia, practise emergency evacuation, moving away from falling building debris. Photo © SurfAid
    Villagers in Nias, Indonesia, practise emergency evacuation, moving away from falling building debris.
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    Villagers in Nias, Indonesia, practise emergency evacuation, moving away from falling building debris. Photo © SurfAid
  • Village elders in Nias, Indonesia, learn about being prepared for earthquakes through drawings and discussion. Photo © SurfAid
    Village elders in Nias, Indonesia, learn about being prepared for earthquakes through drawings and discussion.
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    Village elders in Nias, Indonesia, learn about being prepared for earthquakes through drawings and discussion. Photo © SurfAid
    Most buildings were destroyed in the 2007 earthquake on the Mentawai Islands, but emergency preparation meant everyone was evacuated safely. Photo © SurfAid
    Most buildings were destroyed in the 2007 earthquake on the Mentawai Islands, but emergency preparation meant everyone was evacuated safely.
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    Most buildings were destroyed in the 2007 earthquake on the Mentawai Islands, but emergency preparation meant everyone was evacuated safely. Photo © SurfAid
  • Community health workers dispense medicines and check patients discharged from a hospital tuberculosis ward in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
    Community health workers dispense medicines and check patients discharged from a hospital tuberculosis ward in Kiribati.
    Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
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    Community health workers dispense medicines and check patients discharged from a hospital tuberculosis ward in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
    In Kiribati the maneaba is constructed to provide plenty of ventilation. This is where patients will convalesce for many months. Photo by Naomi T/Flickr, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
    In Kiribati the maneaba is constructed to provide plenty of ventilation. This is where patients will convalesce for many months.
    Photo by Naomi T/Flickr, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
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    In Kiribati the maneaba is constructed to provide plenty of ventilation. This is where patients will convalesce for many months. Photo by Naomi T/Flickr, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
  • The Malaria Survey team checks houses for mosquito nets in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Photo by Jeremy Miller for AusAID
    The Malaria Survey team checks houses for mosquito nets in Honiara, Solomon Islands.
    Photo by Jeremy Miller for AusAID
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    The Malaria Survey team checks houses for mosquito nets in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Photo by Jeremy Miller for AusAID
    Everyone helps to record tuber weights at harvest in Papua New Guinea. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Everyone helps to record tuber weights at harvest in Papua New Guinea.
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    Everyone helps to record tuber weights at harvest in Papua New Guinea. Photo from World Vision Australia