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Rosette Wabenga cleaning up her salon in the morning

Uganda / Rosette Wabenga cleaning up her salon in the morning, Kampala, Uganda.

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Workshop on prevention against HIV-AIDS

Ethiopia / Somali refugees / Workshop on prevention against HIV-AIDS organised by DICAC/UNHCR for the urban refugees in Addis Ababa. / UNHCR / F. Courbet / December 2008 *** Local Caption *** Development & Inter-Church Aid Commission (DICAC)


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Workshop on prevention against HIV-AIDS

Ethiopia / Somali refugees / Workshop on prevention against HIV-AIDS organised by DICAC/UNHCR for the urban refugees in Addis Ababa. / UNHCR / F. Courbet / December 2008 *** Local Caption *** Development & Inter-Church Aid Commission (DICAC)


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Kamayugi from DRC, Bukavu, South Kivu. 19 years old

Ethiopia / Kamayugi from DRC, Bukavu, South Kivu. 19 years old. Ally is an urban refugee since 2 years in Addis Ababa. Part of his family got killed in DRC. From 9 kids only 2 remain, him and his sister. Ally got beaten so hard by the rebels in Congo that they broke his sternum. Ally fled from DRC to Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya then finally Ethiopia. / UNHCR / F. Courbet / December 2008


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Anything is a source of fun for these Chin refugee children from Myanmar

Malaysia / Urban refugees / Anything is a source of fun for these Chin refugee children from Myanmar / UNHCR / S. Hoibak / 2006


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A refugee child from the Indonesian province of Aceh peers at her dad at a mobile clinic

Malaysia / Urban refugees / A refugee child from the Indonesian province of Aceh peers at her dad at a mobile clinic / UNHCR / S. Hoibak / 2006


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Refugee man receives medication at mobile clinic

Malaysia / Urban refugees / Refugee man receives medication at mobile clinic / UNHCR / S. Hoibak / 2006


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A small concrete room on the edge of the compound of a mosque

Mali / A small concrete room on the edge of the compound of a mosque in the Sangarabugu area on the outskirts of Bamako is home to many persons displaced by the conflict in the north of Mali. More than 50,000 displaced persons have come to Bamako, and over 230,000 people have been displaced by the conflict in total. While a recent French military intervention retook much territory, few people believe northern Mali is stable yet. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Dgbenamea Ascofare, a 67 year old Malian woman, has been displaced multiple times by the ongoing conflict in Mali

Mali / Dgbenamea Ascofare, a 67 year old Malian woman, has been displaced multiple times by the ongoing conflict in Mali, which has recently intensified with a unilateral French military intervention. She and her daughter and their family first left Timbuktu for the central Malian town of Mopti, but as the Islamists pushed south and the French pushed north, they fled to the capital city Bamako. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Harouna Maiga and his sons Ibrahim and Alkassoun live in a compound in Bamako

Mali / Harouna Maiga and his sons Ibrahim and Alkassoun live in a compound in Bamako where more than 20 Christian families from Northern Mali who fled Islamist rule took refugee. When Islamist separatists seized many towns in April of 2012, they closed schools and imposed strict forms of justice and retribution, creating a humanitarian crisis that left more than 230,000 people internally displaced, about 50,000 of whom fled to Bamako. Most are living in precarious conditions with difficulties paying rent and lack of access of health care, clean water, and other resources. In January, French military forces invaded Mali and retook much territory, though many northerns still fear instability and are not yet ready to return home. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013 \n


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More than 20 Christian families from Northern Mali who fled Islamist rule took refugee in a compound in a suburb of Bamako

Mali / More than 20 Christian families from Northern Mali who fled Islamist rule took refugee in a compound in a suburb of Bamako, Mali. When Islamist separatists seized many towns in April of 2012, they closed schools and imposed strict forms of justice and retribution, creating a humanitarian crisis that left more than 230,000 people internally displaced, about 50,000 of whom fled to Bamako. Most are living in precarious conditions with difficulties paying rent and lack of access of health care, clean water, and other resources. In January, French military forces invaded Mali and retook much territory, though many northerns still fear instability and are not yet ready to return home. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013 \n


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Ahmed waves goodbye to UNHCR visitors with his good arm

Jordan / Syrian refugees / Ahmed waves goodbye to UNHCR visitors with his good arm from the top of the stairs leading to the sixth floor. Despite his difficult circumstances, Ahmed remains positive. \"I have so much to be thankful for,\" he says. \"Thanks to Jordan for taking my family in, thanks to the UN for the blankets that we\'ve received and thanks to God for my life.\" / UNHCR / B. Sokol / December 2012


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Salif Toure, 19, and his sister Diara Toure, 17

Mali / Salif Toure, 19, and his sister Diara Toure, 17, are just two of the nearly 50,000 internally displaced persons who have been on the move in Mali in the last year. They left Timbuktu with their family last April when radical Islamic separatists gained power and closed all of the schools. They are now sharing a small two room apartment in Bamako and attending over crowded schools that are often hostile to those who have fled from the north.The ongoing conflict in Mali has intensified with a recent unilateral French military intervention. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Jalal wanders through the corridor on the sixth floor

Jordan / Syrian refugees / Jalal wanders through the corridor on the sixth floor. The tile floors are cold to the touch. / UNHCR / B. Sokol / December 2012


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Fatumata Aidara, 54, left the northern Malian town of Timbuktu in April when Islamic separatists declared power

Mali / Fatumata Aidara, 54, left the northern Malian town of Timbuktu in April when Islamic separatists declared power. Her daughter and family then fled to Mopti, but then left last week when the ongoing conflict in Mali intensified with a unilateral French military intervention. They are now renting a small two room apartment in the capital Bamako. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Wrapped in a blanket provided by UNHCR, Alima sits in the passageway outside her family's apartment

Jordan / Syrian refugees / Wrapped in a blanket provided by UNHCR, Alima sits in the passageway outside her family\'s apartment. Though cold much of the time, the young Syrian refugee says she is happy to be one of the few children on the sixth floor to have a warm woolly hat. / UNHCR / B. Sokol / December 2012


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Asa Askofari, 24, fled the Bintaboungam region of Timbuktu, northern Mali, last April along with her husband and her family

Mali / Asa Askofari, 24, fled the Bintaboungam region of Timbuktu, northern Mali, last April along with her husband and her family. Asa was very afraid because she is a school teacher, and the Islamists separatists who seized power last year closed schools and imposed a harsh form of sharia law, creating a humanitarian crisis that left more than 230,000 people internally displaced, about 50,000 of whom fled to Bamako. Most are living in precarious conditions with difficulties paying rent and lack of access of health care, clean water, and other resources. In January, French military forces invaded Mali and retook much territory, though many northerns still fear instability and are not yet ready to return home. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Abu Mohammed's daughter Fofo, aged two-and-a-half years, stands outside her flat on the sixth floor

Jordan / Syrian refugees / Abu Mohammed\'s daughter Fofo, aged two-and-a-half years, stands outside her flat on the sixth floor. She is wearing sandals even though the temperature in Amman dives to almost freezing point at night. More than half of the Syrian refugees are children. / UNHCR / B. Sokol / November 2012


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Pastor Aziz Cisse tries to get his18 month old son Etienne, who has malaria, to eat breakfast

Mali / Pastor Aziz Cisse tries to get his18 month old son Etienne, who has malaria, to eat breakfast. They live in a compound in Bamako, Mali, where more than 20 Christian families from Northern Mali who fled Islamist rule have taken refugee. Conditions are difficult in the compound, and Etienne recently contracted malaria. When Islamist separatists seized many towns in April of 2012, they closed schools and imposed strict forms of justice and retribution, creating a humanitarian crisis that left more than 230,000 people internally displaced, about 50,000 of whom fled to Bamako. Most are living in precarious conditions with difficulties paying rent and lack of access of health care, clean water, and other resources. In January, French military forces invaded Mali and retook much territory, though many northerns still fear instability and are not yet ready to return home. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013 \n


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Abu Mohammed sits on a sofa and holds his newborn child in their apartment on the sixth floor

Jordan / Syrian refugees / Abu Mohammed sits on a sofa and holds his newborn child in their apartment on the sixth floor. He was injured in Syria and has undergone surgery since fleeing to Jordan. Now living with disability, he finds it very difficult to climb up and down the stairs when he needs to go out. \"I used to own a 400-square-metre apartment with a garden. Now I can barely make it down to the street.\" / UNHCR / B. Sokol / December 2012


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A recently displaced family takes refuge at an apartment building in Bamako

Mali / A recently displaced family takes refuge at an apartment building in Bamako where they are taking refuge. There are nearly 50,000 internally displaced persons who have been on the move in Mali in the last year. Families in this building left Timbuktu last April. The ongoing conflict in Mali has intensified with a recent unilateral French military intervention. / UNHCR / G. Gordon / January 2013


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Barrio "Altos de la Florida", shantytown, Bogota

Colombia / IDPs / Barrio \"Altos de la Florida\", shantytown, Bogota. IDP children stand where one of their friend recently fell down a 50 meters high rock barrier located just next to their houses. / UNHCR / B. Heger / January 2006


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The "house of people's rights", a space for State entities to attend IDP claims

Colombia / IDPs / The \"house of people\'s rights\", a space for State entities to attend IDP claims, sponsored by UNHCR and the Ombudsman\'s Office / Los Altos de Cazuca, Ciudad Bolivar shantytown (locally called \"barrio\"), Bogota. / UNHCR / B. Heger / January 2006


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IDPs from the department of Choco / Los Altos de Cazuca

Colombia / IDPs from the department of Choco / Los Altos de Cazuca, Ciudad Bolivar shantytown (locally called \"barrio\"), Bogota. The situation looks quiet, but as soon as the day goes away, armed groups roam the streets. / UNHCR / B. Heger / January 2006


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At an IDP transit center in Los Altos de Cazuca

Colombia / IDPs / At an IDP transit center in Los Altos de Cazuca, Ciudad Bolivar shantytown, Bogota. Talking with UNHCR staff about their situation. / UNHCR / B. Heger / January 2006


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