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  • Preparing the fishing boats in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Photo by Rob Maccoll for AusAID
    Preparing the fishing boats in Honiara, Solomon Islands.
    Photo by Rob Maccoll for AusAID
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    Preparing the fishing boats in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Photo by Rob Maccoll for AusAID
    Offerings of flowers, food and incense are an important part of daily life for Hindus in Nepal. Photo by Dirk Guinan
    Offerings of flowers, food and incense are an important part of daily life for Hindus in Nepal.
    Photo by Dirk Guinan
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    Offerings of flowers, food and incense are an important part of daily life for Hindus in Nepal. Photo by Dirk Guinan
  • Holy men often wear ochre-coloured clothing to symbolise their focus on holy life and rejection of worldly pastimes. Photo by Dirk Guinan
    Holy men often wear ochre-coloured clothing to symbolise their focus on holy life and rejection of worldly pastimes.
    Photo by Dirk Guinan
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    Holy men often wear ochre-coloured clothing to symbolise their focus on holy life and rejection of worldly pastimes. Photo by Dirk Guinan
    Namche Bazaar, in north-east Nepal, is a major trading centre for Nepalese and tourists trekking in the Himalayas. Photo by Kogo/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/deed.en
    Namche Bazaar, in north-east Nepal, is a major trading centre for Nepalese and tourists trekking in the Himalayas.
    Photo by Kogo/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/deed.en
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    Namche Bazaar, in north-east Nepal, is a major trading centre for Nepalese and tourists trekking in the Himalayas. Photo by Kogo/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/deed.en
  • AusAID and UNICEF have been working together to help Bhutanese children gain access to a quality education. Photo ©UNICEF/NYHQ1996-0318/FranckCharton
    AusAID and UNICEF have been working together to help Bhutanese children gain access to a quality education.
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    AusAID and UNICEF have been working together to help Bhutanese children gain access to a quality education. Photo ©UNICEF/NYHQ1996-0318/FranckCharton
    The steep Haa Valley in western Bhutan looks toward the snow-capped Himalayas. Photo by Douglas J McLaughlin/Wikimedia
    The steep Haa Valley in western Bhutan looks toward the snow-capped Himalayas.
    Photo by Douglas J McLaughlin/Wikimedia
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    The steep Haa Valley in western Bhutan looks toward the snow-capped Himalayas. Photo by Douglas J McLaughlin/Wikimedia
  • The Trashigang Dzong or Buddhist monastery in eastern Bhutan has distinctive white towering walls surrounding its courtyard. Photo by Françoise Brenckmann/Fotopedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
    The Trashigang Dzong or Buddhist monastery in eastern Bhutan has distinctive white towering walls surrounding its courtyard.
    Photo by Françoise Brenckmann/Fotopedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
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    The Trashigang Dzong or Buddhist monastery in eastern Bhutan has distinctive white towering walls surrounding its courtyard. Photo by Françoise Brenckmann/Fotopedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
    The rock islands of Palau appear to be floating on the water’s surface. Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
    The rock islands of Palau appear to be floating on the water’s surface.
    Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
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    The rock islands of Palau appear to be floating on the water’s surface. Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
  • Koror is the former capital and the most populated area in Palau. Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
    Koror is the former capital and the most populated area in Palau.
    Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
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    Koror is the former capital and the most populated area in Palau. Photo by Peter R Binter. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
    The sextant has replaced the traditional skill of using the position of the stars and wave patterns to navigate. Photo by Tim Rock/Lonely Planet Images
    The sextant has replaced the traditional skill of using the position of the stars and wave patterns to navigate.
    Photo by Tim Rock/Lonely Planet Images
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    The sextant has replaced the traditional skill of using the position of the stars and wave patterns to navigate. Photo by Tim Rock/Lonely Planet Images
  • A view of the west coast of the island nation of Niue. Photo © Bob Krist/Corbis
    A view of the west coast of the island nation of Niue.
    Photo © Bob Krist/Corbis
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    A view of the west coast of the island nation of Niue. Photo © Bob Krist/Corbis
    Tony Aholima wants to continue living on Niue staying connected to his traditions and growing food for sale. Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
    Tony Aholima wants to continue living on Niue staying connected to his traditions and growing food for sale.
    Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
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    Tony Aholima wants to continue living on Niue staying connected to his traditions and growing food for sale. Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
    A coastal village among the coconut palms in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
    A coastal village among the coconut palms in Kiribati.
    Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
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    A coastal village among the coconut palms in Kiribati. Photo by Lorrie Graham for AusAID
  • A Niuean dance group performs a traditional Polynesian dance to welcome tourists. Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
    A Niuean dance group performs a traditional Polynesian dance to welcome tourists.
    Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
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    A Niuean dance group performs a traditional Polynesian dance to welcome tourists. Photo by AAP Image/Xavier La Canna
    Nukunonu, one of the three atolls that make up Tokelau, is a coral reef encircling a lagoon. Photo by CloudSurfer/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
    Nukunonu, one of the three atolls that make up Tokelau, is a coral reef encircling a lagoon.
    Photo by CloudSurfer/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
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    Nukunonu, one of the three atolls that make up Tokelau, is a coral reef encircling a lagoon. Photo by CloudSurfer/Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/