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Ugandan boy transporting heavy load of bananas. © Kate Bird.
Women brewing beer, rural Zimbabwe. © Kate Bird.
Ugandan woman and baby. © Kate Bird.
Woman vending vegetables from makeshift stall, rural Zimbabwe. © Kate Bird.
   Older woman laughing, Zimbabwe. © Kate Bird.
  YEMEN Aden. Ali Mohammed Aqlan plays with a bird in the streets surrounding Al Kwod Othman School (Kwod Al-Othman School). The school, which Ali attends in the mornings, is located in one of the slum areas of Aden and is supported by Oxfam. © Abbie Trayler-Smith/Panos Pictures (2007).
  MALI Menaka. Sikiwate Boubacar of the Anderanboucane village Women's Association, which operates literacy and credit schemes. © Crispin Hughes/Panos Pictures (2003).
   Tuareg men in Niger. © Giacomo Pirozzi/Panos Pictures (2006).

UGANDA Rakai. 80 year old Lozaj Nabitutilett looks after her six orphaned grandchildren. Her five daughters all died of AIDS.  © Rob Cousins/Panos Pictures (2004).



Zambian identity (ID) card (Sinazongwe, near Lake Kariba, Zambia). © Crispin Hughes/Panos Pictures (2005).

  Girls attending CEACC (Research Centre for Cultural Action and Citizenship) youth project in the Cidade de Deus (City of God) (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Photo © Jenny Matthews/Panos Pictures (2005).
  An Ethnic Wounaan baby lies against its mother who wears a colourful beaded necklace. They fled their ancestral homes after FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) killed two of their community leaders and attempted to contol their tribe and recruit their children. After 40 years of civil unrest, Colombia has the world’s third highest displaced population due to conflict (Istmina, Choco, Colombia). © Dermot Tatlow/Panos Pictures (2006).
   Norti (foreground), is a Dalit (formerly known as ‘untouchable’) and a semi-literate villager who now runs the Barefoot College’s computer program that helps train other village women in computer skills (Rajasthan, India). Photo © Robert Wallis/Panos Pictures (2007).
   A Dalit woman reads the programme at the 2006 Vanangana conference in Chitrakoot. Vanangana, a women’s group dedicated to human rights issues, receives strong support from the Dalit community. The members of the segregated low-ranking Dalit caste perform the most menial jobs in Hindu society and are considered to be literally ‘untouchable’. (Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh, India). © Ami Vitale/Panos Pictures (2006).

An old woman begging in passing traffic. Shenyang is one of the main heavy industry bases and most polluted cities in China. Today the factories are not profitable any more and most of them are closing down, which results in massive unemployment. (Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China). Photo © Dieter Telemans/Panos Pictures (2003).
   Ethiopia. Desperate farmer with handful of immature wheat. ©  David Dahmen/Panos Pictures.
   Bangladesh. Living on the railway tracks. ©  Stuart Franklin/Magnum.
   Nepal. Woman carrying firewood, fodder and child. ©  Steve Curry/Magnum.
   Uganda. Grandfather and orphaned child. ©  Giacomo Pirozzi/Panos Pictures.

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