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“Sometimes to be silent is to lie”

Miguel Unamuno

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#GUINEA Sira Kond, who is 18 years old and pregnant with her third child, holds her three year old son at her home in Niandankoro, #Guinea, on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016. Sira Kond had her first child when she was 12 years old. Early pregnancy and marriage is extremely common in Guinea and many girls in rural areas do not go to school. UNICEF is working throughout #Guinea to provide support for women and children.#on assignment with the Guardian global development. ... ...

August 5th, 2016  ·  

#WorldRefugeeDay: roughly 65 million people are currently displaced from their homes due to war and persecution, according to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
A young girl, who has been displaced by ongoing fighting between @SouthSudan Government #soldiers and rebels carries her baby sister on her head in a basket while waiting to register to receive a ration card that will allow them to get food aid at an emergency food distribution site set up as part of a Rapid Response Mission (RRM) being run by UNICEF and the WFP in Thanyang, Unity State #SouthSudan Sunday, March 20, 2016. 2.3 million people have been #displaced by ongoing fighting in #SouthSudan since #war erupted again in 2014.
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June 20th, 2016  ·  

#Liberia; #Ebola Isatu, (L) 16 years old, and her brother Courage, who is 7, pose for a photograph in their grandmothers house where they now live in District One, Montseraddo County, #Liberia, on Monday, June 13, 2016. Their whole family had #Ebola and their parents died, but they survived after being nursed at home by their grandmother. The grandmother now sells tobacco for a living to look after the eight orphaned children who now live with her. There is not enough money to send Courage to school. Isatu says "'I want to be a nurse. I want to make my mother proud of me.' #onassignment with Theguardian.com and Mary's Meals who are supporting the school that Isatu goes to. ... ...

June 14th, 2016  ·  

#Madagascar; WaterAid UK Young boys walk down the famous Baobab Avenue near Morondavo, Madagascar Monday, April 25, 2016. Climate Change is having a devastating impact on people in this coastal region as rising sea waters mean homes and properties are frequently flooded. #onassignment with @wateraid and the Guardian global development #reportagespotlight #photography #everydayafrica ... ...

May 20th, 2016  ·  

#Madagascar; WaterAid UK A young boy stands on a bridge in the evening light in the city of Morondavo in Madagascar on the 21st April, 2016. Despite being surrounded by water, and with regular rainfall, 48 %of the population of Madagascar do not have access to clean water and 88% lack basic sanitation. ... ...

April 22nd, 2016  ·