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  • Aid is helping to improve agricultural practices and food security, reduce poverty and build resistance to droughts and floods Photo by Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund
    Aid is helping to improve agricultural practices and food security, reduce poverty and build resistance to droughts and floods
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    Aid is helping to improve agricultural practices and food security, reduce poverty and build resistance to droughts and floods Photo by Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund
    Community members use a map to monitor families who have built their own toilet following a community-led total sanitation process. Photo by Juliet Willetts
    Community members use a map to monitor families who have built their own toilet following a community-led total sanitation process.
    Photo by Juliet Willetts
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    Community members use a map to monitor families who have built their own toilet following a community-led total sanitation process. Photo by Juliet Willetts
  • A volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Pierre Johannessen inspects a flood-prone area in Bangladesh. Photo by AusAID
    A volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Pierre Johannessen inspects a flood-prone area in Bangladesh.
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    A volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Pierre Johannessen inspects a flood-prone area in Bangladesh. Photo by AusAID
    Amelia Lisango’s life has improved dramatically since a water supply was connected to her home near Maputo in Mozambique. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    Amelia Lisango’s life has improved dramatically since a water supply was connected to her home near Maputo in Mozambique.
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    Amelia Lisango’s life has improved dramatically since a water supply was connected to her home near Maputo in Mozambique. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    A man’s home is covered in ash from an eruption of Mount Merapi, in central Java, Indonesia. Photo by Jeong Park for AusAID
    A man’s home is covered in ash from an eruption of Mount Merapi, in central Java, Indonesia.
    Photo by Jeong Park for AusAID
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    A man’s home is covered in ash from an eruption of Mount Merapi, in central Java, Indonesia. Photo by Jeong Park for AusAID
    Baguio is a vibrant city in the northern Philippines. Its 1,500 metre altitude means a cool climate and scenic views. Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
    Baguio is a vibrant city in the northern Philippines. Its 1,500 metre altitude means a cool climate and scenic views.
    Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
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    Baguio is a vibrant city in the northern Philippines. Its 1,500 metre altitude means a cool climate and scenic views. Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
  • Mozambique’s capital Maputo is a large sprawling city on Maputo Bay, which has great diversity in wealth. Photo by  SSGT Ken Bergmann. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
    Mozambique’s capital Maputo is a large sprawling city on Maputo Bay, which has great diversity in wealth.
    Photo by SSGT Ken Bergmann. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
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    Mozambique’s capital Maputo is a large sprawling city on Maputo Bay, which has great diversity in wealth. Photo by  SSGT Ken Bergmann. This image is from Wikimedia, and is in the public domain.
    A class is held for children who do not attend regular school, in a community centre in Maputo, Mozambique. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
    A class is held for children who do not attend regular school, in a community centre in Maputo, Mozambique.
    Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
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    A class is held for children who do not attend regular school, in a community centre in Maputo, Mozambique. Photo by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
  • A woman casts her vote in Indonesia’s election. Gender equality, including through democratic governance, is a priority for Indonesia’s development. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
    A woman casts her vote in Indonesia’s election. Gender equality, including through democratic governance, is a priority for Indonesia’s development.
    Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
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    A woman casts her vote in Indonesia’s election. Gender equality, including through democratic governance, is a priority for Indonesia’s development. Photo by Josh Estey for AusAID
    Agriculturalist Victor Onions works with farmers in Cambodia to increase the variety and productivity of their crops. Photo by Elizabeth James for AusAID
    Agriculturalist Victor Onions works with farmers in Cambodia to increase the variety and productivity of their crops.
    Photo by Elizabeth James for AusAID
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    Agriculturalist Victor Onions works with farmers in Cambodia to increase the variety and productivity of their crops. Photo by Elizabeth James for AusAID
  • A wide variety of fruit and vegetables are available at the market in the Philippines. Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
    A wide variety of fruit and vegetables are available at the market in the Philippines.
    Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
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    A wide variety of fruit and vegetables are available at the market in the Philippines. Photo by Rowena Harbridge for AusAID
    An Arabic language and Islamic values program improves the quality of basic education of Filipino Muslim children in Mindanao, Philippines. Photo by Jing Damaso for AusAID
    An Arabic language and Islamic values program improves the quality of basic education of Filipino Muslim children in Mindanao, Philippines.
    Photo by Jing Damaso for AusAID
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    An Arabic language and Islamic values program improves the quality of basic education of Filipino Muslim children in Mindanao, Philippines. Photo by Jing Damaso for AusAID
  • Air travel provides a vital link between the islands of Fiji, spread over 1.3 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean. Photo by Herman Luyken /Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
    Air travel provides a vital link between the islands of Fiji, spread over 1.3 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean.
    Photo by Herman Luyken /Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
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    Air travel provides a vital link between the islands of Fiji, spread over 1.3 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean. Photo by Herman Luyken /Wikimedia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
    Shanghai, located at the mouth of the Yangtze River, is a large modern port city and a major tourist destination. Photo by Petunyia / shutterstock.com
    Shanghai, located at the mouth of the Yangtze River, is a large modern port city and a major tourist destination.
    Photo by Petunyia / shutterstock.com
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    Shanghai, located at the mouth of the Yangtze River, is a large modern port city and a major tourist destination. Photo by Petunyia / shutterstock.com
  • Old school buildings in China are made of mud brick. Photo by Anne Rigby for AusAID
    Old school buildings in China are made of mud brick.
    Photo by Anne Rigby for AusAID
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    Old school buildings in China are made of mud brick. Photo by Anne Rigby for AusAID
    This well is the main source of fresh water for a rural village in Myanmar. Photo by Marianne Jago for AusAID
    This well is the main source of fresh water for a rural village in Myanmar.
    Photo by Marianne Jago for AusAID
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    This well is the main source of fresh water for a rural village in Myanmar. Photo by Marianne Jago for AusAID
    In Cambodia, former soldier Keth Noeurn runs a business as a barber. His artificial limb means he feels less dependent. Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID
    In Cambodia, former soldier Keth Noeurn runs a business as a barber. His artificial limb means he feels less dependent.
    Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID
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    In Cambodia, former soldier Keth Noeurn runs a business as a barber. His artificial limb means he feels less dependent. Photo by Kevin Evans for AusAID