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  • Australian volunteer Louise Higgins helps a local woman set up a floor loom ready for weaving. Photo by Debra Plueckhahn/Australian Volunteers International
    Australian volunteer Louise Higgins helps a local woman set up a floor loom ready for weaving.
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    Australian volunteer Louise Higgins helps a local woman set up a floor loom ready for weaving. Photo by Debra Plueckhahn/Australian Volunteers International
    In Lombok, Indonesia, cooperatives help peanut farmers pool their resources to expand access to markets, improve productivity and reduce poverty. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
    In Lombok, Indonesia, cooperatives help peanut farmers pool their resources to expand access to markets, improve productivity and reduce poverty.
    Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
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    In Lombok, Indonesia, cooperatives help peanut farmers pool their resources to expand access to markets, improve productivity and reduce poverty. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
  • Cooperatives can be small, village-based enterprises or combine together to do business on a larger scale. Photo by Kate Holt for Africa Practice
    Cooperatives can be small, village-based enterprises or combine together to do business on a larger scale.
    Photo by Kate Holt for Africa Practice
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    Cooperatives can be small, village-based enterprises or combine together to do business on a larger scale. Photo by Kate Holt for Africa Practice
    Batik-makers fill their cantings (copper pens) with a hot liquid wax at a batik workshop in Indonesia. Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
    Batik-makers fill their cantings (copper pens) with a hot liquid wax at a batik workshop in Indonesia.
    Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
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    Batik-makers fill their cantings (copper pens) with a hot liquid wax at a batik workshop in Indonesia. Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
  • Batik-makers put wax on cotton at a batik workshop in Indonesia. Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
    Batik-makers put wax on cotton at a batik workshop in Indonesia.
    Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
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    Batik-makers put wax on cotton at a batik workshop in Indonesia. Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
    Soaking the waxed cotton in dye at a batik workshop in Indonesia Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
    Soaking the waxed cotton in dye at a batik workshop in Indonesia
    Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
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    Soaking the waxed cotton in dye at a batik workshop in Indonesia Photo by Ahmad Salman for AusAID
  • Pacific Islanders recruited and indentured from Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to work in the Australian sugar industry arriving in Bundaberg. State Library of Queensland, negative number 16954
    Pacific Islanders recruited and indentured from Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to work in the Australian sugar industry arriving in Bundaberg.
    State Library of Queensland, negative number 16954
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    Pacific Islanders recruited and indentured from Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to work in the Australian sugar industry arriving in Bundaberg. State Library of Queensland, negative number 16954
    Henry Ford introduced the assembly line. This led to mass-production, which in turn led to cars becoming more affordable. © Car Culture/Corbis
    Henry Ford introduced the assembly line. This led to mass-production, which in turn led to cars becoming more affordable.
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    Henry Ford introduced the assembly line. This led to mass-production, which in turn led to cars becoming more affordable. © Car Culture/Corbis
  • Cartoon supporting he Pacific Island Labourers Bill, 1901, showing the Prime Minister, Edmund Barton, cleaning a black boy. National Library of Australia, BIB 1085805
    Cartoon supporting he Pacific Island Labourers Bill, 1901, showing the Prime Minister, Edmund Barton, cleaning a black boy.
    National Library of Australia, BIB 1085805
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    Cartoon supporting he Pacific Island Labourers Bill, 1901, showing the Prime Minister, Edmund Barton, cleaning a black boy. National Library of Australia, BIB 1085805
    People in Funafuti, Tuvalu learnt to build composting toilets and now enjoying the health and environmental benefits. Photo copyright SEF Pacific IWRM
    People in Funafuti, Tuvalu learnt to build composting toilets and now enjoying the health and environmental benefits.
    Photo copyright SEF Pacific IWRM
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    People in Funafuti, Tuvalu learnt to build composting toilets and now enjoying the health and environmental benefits. Photo copyright SEF Pacific IWRM
  • Australia supports community-based de-mining and mine-risk education programs for safer movement within communities in Afghanistan United Nations Mine Action Centre for Afghanistan
    Australia supports community-based de-mining and mine-risk education programs for safer movement within communities in Afghanistan
    United Nations Mine Action Centre for Afghanistan
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    Australia supports community-based de-mining and mine-risk education programs for safer movement within communities in Afghanistan United Nations Mine Action Centre for Afghanistan
    Women are trained as birth assistants to improve the health care. WHO/Adela Mubasher, Afghanistan
    Women are trained as birth assistants to improve the health care.
    WHO/Adela Mubasher, Afghanistan
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    Women are trained as birth assistants to improve the health care. WHO/Adela Mubasher, Afghanistan
  • Portable desalination plants provided by New Zealand helped to create water and reduce the impact of the drought on Tuvalu. Photo by the New Zealand Defence Force
    Portable desalination plants provided by New Zealand helped to create water and reduce the impact of the drought on Tuvalu.
    Photo by the New Zealand Defence Force
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    Portable desalination plants provided by New Zealand helped to create water and reduce the impact of the drought on Tuvalu. Photo by the New Zealand Defence Force
    The recruitment of women police in Papua New Guinea is helping to achieve a just, safe and secure society for all. Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
    The recruitment of women police in Papua New Guinea is helping to achieve a just, safe and secure society for all.
    Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
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    The recruitment of women police in Papua New Guinea is helping to achieve a just, safe and secure society for all. Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
    Before Caritas funded a new gravity-fed water system women and children spent two hours a day getting water, leaving little time for anything else. Caritas Australia
    Before Caritas funded a new gravity-fed water system women and children spent two hours a day getting water, leaving little time for anything else.
    Caritas Australia
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    Before Caritas funded a new gravity-fed water system women and children spent two hours a day getting water, leaving little time for anything else. Caritas Australia
In Lombok, Indonesia, a woman pours clean water from the central source into her covered storage container.
Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
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In Lombok, Indonesia, a woman pours clean water from the central source into her covered storage container. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
A woman carries heavy buckets of water from a standpipe to her home near Sekong, Laos.
Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
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A woman carries heavy buckets of water from a standpipe to her home near Sekong, Laos. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
In a health clinic in Vietnam, water is pumped into a storage tank and distributed by pipes using the water pressure.
Photo by AusAID
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In a health clinic in Vietnam, water is pumped into a storage tank and distributed by pipes using the water pressure. Photo by AusAID
Dao Van Manh in Vietnam has installed a sand filter to clean his stored water.
Photo by AusAID
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Dao Van Manh in Vietnam has installed a sand filter to clean his stored water. Photo by AusAID
Clean running water in homes improves health and reduces work in Vietnam.
Photo courtesy of Coffey International Development
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Clean running water in homes improves health and reduces work in Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Coffey International Development
Coastal families fish for their own food and for extra to sell at the market in Vanimo, Papua New Guinea.
Photo by Jacqueline Smart Ferguson for AusAID
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Coastal families fish for their own food and for extra to sell at the market in Vanimo, Papua New Guinea. Photo by Jacqueline Smart Ferguson for AusAID
A woman spends all day bent over and standing in water to plant rice seedlings in a paddy field in Laos.
Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
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A woman spends all day bent over and standing in water to plant rice seedlings in a paddy field in Laos. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
Children swim in the Mantangai River in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
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Children swim in the Mantangai River in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
A woman washes her clothes near her home in Kampala, Uganda. Waste water flows away in the open drain.
Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
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A woman washes her clothes near her home in Kampala, Uganda. Waste water flows away in the open drain. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice