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  • Women have their hair braided at Wuse market in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, for Christmas festivities. Photo © li huailin/Xinhua Press/Corbis
    Women have their hair braided at Wuse market in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, for Christmas festivities.
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    Women have their hair braided at Wuse market in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, for Christmas festivities. Photo © li huailin/Xinhua Press/Corbis
    People buy manioc at the Bodija Yam market in Ibadan, Nigeria. Photo © News Agency of Nigeria/Xinhua Press/Corbis
    People buy manioc at the Bodija Yam market in Ibadan, Nigeria.
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    People buy manioc at the Bodija Yam market in Ibadan, Nigeria. Photo © News Agency of Nigeria/Xinhua Press/Corbis
  • Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone and with a population of more than a million, is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Photo by Jane Weston
    Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone and with a population of more than a million, is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
    Photo by Jane Weston
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    Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone and with a population of more than a million, is on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Photo by Jane Weston
    Onotoa atoll, Kiribati, is 19.3 kilometres long and faces water and food shortages, and coastal erosion from king tides and mining. Photo by Edvac / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
    Onotoa atoll, Kiribati, is 19.3 kilometres long and faces water and food shortages, and coastal erosion from king tides and mining.
    Photo by Edvac / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
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    Onotoa atoll, Kiribati, is 19.3 kilometres long and faces water and food shortages, and coastal erosion from king tides and mining. Photo by Edvac / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
  • Islanders work together to catch fish in shallow waters off the coast of Ifalik Island, Federated States of Micronesia. Photo © Wolfgang Kaehler/CORBIS
    Islanders work together to catch fish in shallow waters off the coast of Ifalik Island, Federated States of Micronesia.
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    Islanders work together to catch fish in shallow waters off the coast of Ifalik Island, Federated States of Micronesia. Photo © Wolfgang Kaehler/CORBIS
    A family, riding donkeys, arrives at a small settlement in the north of Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    A family, riding donkeys, arrives at a small settlement in the north of Niger.
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    A family, riding donkeys, arrives at a small settlement in the north of Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
  • Villages in the dry northern part of Niger are constructed of sun-dried brick and thatch. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Villages in the dry northern part of Niger are constructed of sun-dried brick and thatch.
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    Villages in the dry northern part of Niger are constructed of sun-dried brick and thatch. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In a Niger village, this feast of lamb, vegetables and millet, which celebrates a child’s baptism, is shared among everyone. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In a Niger village, this feast of lamb, vegetables and millet, which celebrates a child’s baptism, is shared among everyone.
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    In a Niger village, this feast of lamb, vegetables and millet, which celebrates a child’s baptism, is shared among everyone. Photo from World Vision Australia
  • The people of Timor-Leste are rebuilding their country after years of conflict. This graffiti indicates some of the struggle. Photo by David Haigh for AusAID
    The people of Timor-Leste are rebuilding their country after years of conflict. This graffiti indicates some of the struggle.
    Photo by David Haigh for AusAID
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    The people of Timor-Leste are rebuilding their country after years of conflict. This graffiti indicates some of the struggle. Photo by David Haigh for AusAID
    A Timor-Leste man wears a tais mane around his waist, made from cloth woven in a local design. Photo by CpILL / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
    A Timor-Leste man wears a tais mane around his waist, made from cloth woven in a local design.
    Photo by CpILL / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
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    A Timor-Leste man wears a tais mane around his waist, made from cloth woven in a local design. Photo by CpILL / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
    Rice fields in the Aileu Valley, Timor-Leste, 47 kilometres south-west of the capital, Dili Photo by Nick Hobgood / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
    Rice fields in the Aileu Valley, Timor-Leste, 47 kilometres south-west of the capital, Dili
    Photo by Nick Hobgood / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
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    Rice fields in the Aileu Valley, Timor-Leste, 47 kilometres south-west of the capital, Dili Photo by Nick Hobgood / Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
  • Farmers threshing, or separating rice seeds from stalks and husks (chaff), in Thailand Photo © Luca Tettoni/Robert Harding World Imagery/Corbis
    Farmers threshing, or separating rice seeds from stalks and husks (chaff), in Thailand
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    Farmers threshing, or separating rice seeds from stalks and husks (chaff), in Thailand Photo © Luca Tettoni/Robert Harding World Imagery/Corbis
    A family riding a motorcycle in Bangkok, Thailand Photo © Macduff Everton/CORBIS
    A family riding a motorcycle in Bangkok, Thailand
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    A family riding a motorcycle in Bangkok, Thailand Photo © Macduff Everton/CORBIS
  • The colourful floating markets in Thailand are where farmers bring their produce to sell from small boats. Photo © Michele Falzone/JAI/Corbis
    The colourful floating markets in Thailand are where farmers bring their produce to sell from small boats.
    Photo © Michele Falzone/JAI/Corbis
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    The colourful floating markets in Thailand are where farmers bring their produce to sell from small boats. Photo © Michele Falzone/JAI/Corbis
    In low rainfall Rajasthan, India, villagers depend on tube wells for their water. Photo by Dirk Guinan
    In low rainfall Rajasthan, India, villagers depend on tube wells for their water.
    Photo by Dirk Guinan
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    In low rainfall Rajasthan, India, villagers depend on tube wells for their water. Photo by Dirk Guinan
    Thongkat lost his leg in an unexploded ordnance accident in Pakse, Lao. He now has a prosthetic leg. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
    Thongkat lost his leg in an unexploded ordnance accident in Pakse, Lao. He now has a prosthetic leg.
    Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
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    Thongkat lost his leg in an unexploded ordnance accident in Pakse, Lao. He now has a prosthetic leg. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID
Drought and deforestation contribute to sandstorms blowing into towns from the Gobi Desert in China, causing respiratory problems.
Photo by Se Hasibagen for AusAID
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Drought and deforestation contribute to sandstorms blowing into towns from the Gobi Desert in China, causing respiratory problems. Photo by Se Hasibagen for AusAID
In 2010, floodwaters covered 20% of Pakistan for almost two months, affecting the lives of 20 million people.
Photo by Heather Pillans for AusAID
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In 2010, floodwaters covered 20% of Pakistan for almost two months, affecting the lives of 20 million people. Photo by Heather Pillans for AusAID
A 32-kilometre road circles the whole of Rarotonga, the main island of the Cook Islands.
Photo by Glenn van der Knijff/Lonely Planet Images
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A 32-kilometre road circles the whole of Rarotonga, the main island of the Cook Islands. Photo by Glenn van der Knijff/Lonely Planet Images
Australia’s red soil and flat, dry land is sparsely populated but home to a wealth of unique animals and plants.
Photo by Wayne England/Wikipedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence
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Australia’s red soil and flat, dry land is sparsely populated but home to a wealth of unique animals and plants. Photo by Wayne England/Wikipedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence