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  • Mosmoil villagers built a sanitary latrine and worked together to stop open defecation. Photo by Shafiul Azam Ahmed for AusAID
    Mosmoil villagers built a sanitary latrine and worked together to stop open defecation.
    Photo by Shafiul Azam Ahmed for AusAID
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    Mosmoil villagers built a sanitary latrine and worked together to stop open defecation. Photo by Shafiul Azam Ahmed for AusAID
    Village women develop learning materials in their local language to learn to read and write and overcome their disadvantage, in Timor-Leste. Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
    Village women develop learning materials in their local language to learn to read and write and overcome their disadvantage, in Timor-Leste.
    Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
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    Village women develop learning materials in their local language to learn to read and write and overcome their disadvantage, in Timor-Leste. Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
  • Village women experience new freedom through learning and talking together, in Timor-Leste. Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
    Village women experience new freedom through learning and talking together, in Timor-Leste.
    Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
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    Village women experience new freedom through learning and talking together, in Timor-Leste. Photo by Erin McKinnon/IWDA
    Unpaved roads in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, frequently flooded houses before they were sealed. Photo by AusAID
    Unpaved roads in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, frequently flooded houses before they were sealed.
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    Unpaved roads in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, frequently flooded houses before they were sealed. Photo by AusAID
  • The sewer connection in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, was broken, so before it was repaired, waste spread over the road. Photo by AusAID
    The sewer connection in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, was broken, so before it was repaired, waste spread over the road.
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    The sewer connection in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, was broken, so before it was repaired, waste spread over the road. Photo by AusAID
    Before new taps were installed, dirty water filled the pit of this public tap in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, contaminating the water supply. Photo by AusAID
    Before new taps were installed, dirty water filled the pit of this public tap in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, contaminating the water supply.
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    Before new taps were installed, dirty water filled the pit of this public tap in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, contaminating the water supply. Photo by AusAID
  • Before the project in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, the entire population of 626 people relied on four latrines and two bathing cubicles. Photo by AusAID
    Before the project in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, the entire population of 626 people relied on four latrines and two bathing cubicles.
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    Before the project in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, the entire population of 626 people relied on four latrines and two bathing cubicles. Photo by AusAID
    WATSAN Committee members played a key role in sharing information about the project with other householders. Photo by AusAID
    WATSAN Committee members played a key role in sharing information about the project with other householders.
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    WATSAN Committee members played a key role in sharing information about the project with other householders. Photo by AusAID
  • The new community toilet block in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, has separate sections for men and women. Photo by AusAID
    The new community toilet block in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, has separate sections for men and women.
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    The new community toilet block in Cement Huts, Bangalore, India, has separate sections for men and women. Photo by AusAID
    Girls draw water from a hand-built well with a protective rim, some distance from a village in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Girls draw water from a hand-built well with a protective rim, some distance from a village in Niger.
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    Girls draw water from a hand-built well with a protective rim, some distance from a village in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In Niger, Zelifa hauls water from a well using a flexible bucket. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In Niger, Zelifa hauls water from a well using a flexible bucket.
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    In Niger, Zelifa hauls water from a well using a flexible bucket. Photo from World Vision Australia
  • A cart pulled by a zebu makes carrying water back to the village quicker and easier in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    A cart pulled by a zebu makes carrying water back to the village quicker and easier in Niger.
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    A cart pulled by a zebu makes carrying water back to the village quicker and easier in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    A simple wooden pulley reduces the effort needed to haul water from this well in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    A simple wooden pulley reduces the effort needed to haul water from this well in Niger.
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    A simple wooden pulley reduces the effort needed to haul water from this well in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
  • In Niger, this well and its surrounds have been sealed with concrete, and wheel hubs are mounted to act as pulleys. Photo from World Vision Australia
    In Niger, this well and its surrounds have been sealed with concrete, and wheel hubs are mounted to act as pulleys.
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    In Niger, this well and its surrounds have been sealed with concrete, and wheel hubs are mounted to act as pulleys. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Drilling down to the water table means a pump can be installed in the village in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
    Drilling down to the water table means a pump can be installed in the village in Niger.
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    Drilling down to the water table means a pump can be installed in the village in Niger. Photo from World Vision Australia
Villages and livelihoods were destroyed as rice paddies were flooded for months after cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar in 2008.
Photo by Neryl Lewis, RRT
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Villages and livelihoods were destroyed as rice paddies were flooded for months after cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar in 2008. Photo by Neryl Lewis, RRT
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
A farmer with a traditional bullock dray surveys rice terraces in the eastern Shan area of Myanmar.
Photo by Doron/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 3.0 licence
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A farmer with a traditional bullock dray surveys rice terraces in the eastern Shan area of Myanmar. Photo by Doron/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 3.0 licence
Women transplant seedlings into the rice paddy in Myanmar.
Photo by Richard-dicky/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 3.0 licence
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Women transplant seedlings into the rice paddy in Myanmar. Photo by Richard-dicky/Wikimedia CC BY-SA 3.0 licence
In 2008 cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar lashing the country with strong winds and rain.
Photo by Mohd Nor Azmil Abdul Rahman/Wikimedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence
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In 2008 cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar lashing the country with strong winds and rain. Photo by Mohd Nor Azmil Abdul Rahman/Wikimedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence
Protesters with a banner that reads ‘Non-violence: national movement’ parade past Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar.
Photo by Racoles/Wikimedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence
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Protesters with a banner that reads ‘Non-violence: national movement’ parade past Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo by Racoles/Wikimedia CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence
To minimise environmental impact, Myanmar refugees construct and repair their houses with materials provided by the Thailand Burma Border Consortium.
Photo from Act for Peace
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To minimise environmental impact, Myanmar refugees construct and repair their houses with materials provided by the Thailand Burma Border Consortium. Photo from Act for Peace
In Myanmar, the Longyi Weaving Project assists women living in refugee camps to maintain and develop traditional skills and earn an income.
Photo from TBBC
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In Myanmar, the Longyi Weaving Project assists women living in refugee camps to maintain and develop traditional skills and earn an income. Photo from TBBC
A midwife on the motorbike she uses to attend patients in remote communities in southern Myanmar.
Photo by James Howlett, 3DFund.org.
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A midwife on the motorbike she uses to attend patients in remote communities in southern Myanmar. Photo by James Howlett, 3DFund.org.