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  • Poor people fear being forced to leave their homes, built along Bassac River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo by Tim Acker for AusAID
    Poor people fear being forced to leave their homes, built along Bassac River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    Photo by Tim Acker for AusAID
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    Poor people fear being forced to leave their homes, built along Bassac River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo by Tim Acker for AusAID
    Every day, hundreds of washermen work in the open laundry in Mumbai, India. At night their wash slats become beds. Photo by Dirk Guinan for AusAID
    Every day, hundreds of washermen work in the open laundry in Mumbai, India. At night their wash slats become beds.
    Photo by Dirk Guinan for AusAID
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    Every day, hundreds of washermen work in the open laundry in Mumbai, India. At night their wash slats become beds. Photo by Dirk Guinan for AusAID
  • A rugby sports carnival in South Africa builds skills and knowledge of the importance of education and HIV prevention for reducing poverty. Photo by Jo Elsom for AusAID
    A rugby sports carnival in South Africa builds skills and knowledge of the importance of education and HIV prevention for reducing poverty.
    Photo by Jo Elsom for AusAID
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    A rugby sports carnival in South Africa builds skills and knowledge of the importance of education and HIV prevention for reducing poverty. Photo by Jo Elsom for AusAID
    The Posyandu Sapi, or Baby Cow Clinic program is helping farmers improve stock and access to markets, increasing household income. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
    The Posyandu Sapi, or Baby Cow Clinic program is helping farmers improve stock and access to markets, increasing household income.
    Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
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    The Posyandu Sapi, or Baby Cow Clinic program is helping farmers improve stock and access to markets, increasing household income. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
  • A woman has her ration card checked at the Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    A woman has her ration card checked at the Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.
    Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
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    A woman has her ration card checked at the Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    Somali children attend an outdoor classroom at the Friends Primary School in Ifo Refugee Camp, Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Scott Kelleher for AusAID
    Somali children attend an outdoor classroom at the Friends Primary School in Ifo Refugee Camp, Dadaab, Kenya.
    Photo by Scott Kelleher for AusAID
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    Somali children attend an outdoor classroom at the Friends Primary School in Ifo Refugee Camp, Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Scott Kelleher for AusAID
  • A sister and brother sit on a plastic container outside their family's makeshift shelter at Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    A sister and brother sit on a plastic container outside their family's makeshift shelter at Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya.
    Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
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    A sister and brother sit on a plastic container outside their family's makeshift shelter at Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    On the outskirts of the Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya, Somali women learn to grow their own crops. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    On the outskirts of the Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya, Somali women learn to grow their own crops.
    Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
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    On the outskirts of the Ifo Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya, Somali women learn to grow their own crops. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
  • 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
    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
    Newly planted paddy rice seedlings in a field near Sekong, Laos. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
    Newly planted paddy rice seedlings in a field near Sekong, Laos.
    Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
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    Newly planted paddy rice seedlings in a field near Sekong, Laos. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
    Women in Cook Islands dry fish for ceremonial gift-giving, sale, and for when they are unable to go fishing. Photo © Douglas Peebles/CORBIS
    Women in Cook Islands dry fish for ceremonial gift-giving, sale, and for when they are unable to go fishing.
    Photo © Douglas Peebles/CORBIS
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    Women in Cook Islands dry fish for ceremonial gift-giving, sale, and for when they are unable to go fishing. Photo © Douglas Peebles/CORBIS
    The TAV clothing company in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, produces hand-printed materials with patterns based on local flora and fauna, including sea life. Photo by Paul Dymond/Lonely Planet Images
    The TAV clothing company in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, produces hand-printed materials with patterns based on local flora and fauna, including sea life.
    Photo by Paul Dymond/Lonely Planet Images
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    The TAV clothing company in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, produces hand-printed materials with patterns based on local flora and fauna, including sea life. Photo by Paul Dymond/Lonely Planet Images
  • Women work hard in the rice paddies in Cambodia. Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID
    Women work hard in the rice paddies in Cambodia.
    Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID
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    Women work hard in the rice paddies in Cambodia. Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID
    A turtle farm uses the water from the rice crop and provides extra food and income for farmers in Vietnam. Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
    A turtle farm uses the water from the rice crop and provides extra food and income for farmers in Vietnam.
    Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
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    A turtle farm uses the water from the rice crop and provides extra food and income for farmers in Vietnam. Photo by Michael Wightman for AusAID
  • Water tanks provide a clean supply of water for people living in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
    Water tanks provide a clean supply of water for people living in Kiribati.
    Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
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    Water tanks provide a clean supply of water for people living in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
    Above-ground compost toilets reduce contamination of underground water by septic tanks and pit latrine toilets, in Kiribati. Photo by John Macklin for AusAID
    Above-ground compost toilets reduce contamination of underground water by septic tanks and pit latrine toilets, in Kiribati.
    Photo by John Macklin for AusAID
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    Above-ground compost toilets reduce contamination of underground water by septic tanks and pit latrine toilets, in Kiribati. Photo by John Macklin for AusAID