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Landmine clearance in Colombia. This former minefield had previously caused casualties, including a seven year old boy who had picked up a mine. Clearance of this minefield is now complete and benefits the 1,000 people living nearby. Colombia has one of the highest percentages of trained female deminers. Photo credit: HALO Trust [via UNDP Flickr]

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Two community volunteers measure Mahadia Hussein, a 2-year-old child with malnutritiion, at a food distribution centre in the Rwanda camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs), near Tawila, North Darfur. More than 8,000 women and children living in the camp benefit from nutrition programmes run by the World Food Programme (WFP). 4 March 2014. Tawila, Sudan. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Syrian refugee Fatimah smiles while showing the key to her room at a new collective shelter in Kherbet Dawood in northern Lebanon. Fatimah and her family have fled for their lives multiple times during the Syrian crisis. They have spent many nights sleeping rough or in abandoned buildings. Fatimah is excited to now have a room for just herself and her husband. All Rights Reserved. UNHCR / S. Baldwin / November 2013

Former Refugees Resume Village Life in Darfur. In April 2009 a community of Sudanese refugees returned to their homes in the village of Seraf Jedad, West Darfur. With help from the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) and the Government of Sudan the former refugees rebuilt a school, reopened businesses, the local market and clinic, albeit poorly equipped. 16 June 2010. Seraf Jedad, Sudan. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

WFP Nutrition Programme, North Darfur. A woman helps her child to wash hands before a meal at a food distribution centre in the Rwanda camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs), near Tawila, North Darfur. More than 8,000 women and children living in the camp benefit from nutrition programmes run by the World Food Programme (WFP). 04 March 2014 Tawila, Sudan. Photo # 581803. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Workers on a construction project in Sri Lanka. Copyright: World Bank

A computer class is conducted at the Female Experimental High School in Herat, Afghanistan. The school is benefiting from the Education Quality Improvement Program (EQUIP), whose objective is to increase access to quality basic education, especially for girls. School grants and teacher training programs are strengthened by support from communities and private providers. 2012. Photo: Graham Crouch/World Bank

Two women look out over the White Nile. Women by the White Nile (Morada). Khartoum, Sudan. Photo: Arne Hoel / World Bank. Photo ID: AH-SD2161876 World Bank

A computer class at a rural secondary school in La Ceja del Tambo. A computer class at San Jose, a rural secondary school in La Ceja del Tambo, Antioquia, Colombia. Photo: © Charlotte Kesl / World Bank Photo: © Charlotte Kesl / World Bank Photo ID: CK-CO138 World Bank

Young girls in the classroom. Student in the classroom. Afghanistan. Photo: © Sofie Tesson / TAIMANI FILMS / WORLD BANK

Syrian Refugees Face an Uncertain Future. Refugees line up at the UNHCR registration center in Tripoli, Lebanon. Photo: Mohamed Azakir / World Bank. Photo ID: _ZAK6782F

Syrian Refugees Face an Uncertain Future. A refugee filling an application at the UNHCR registration center in Tripoli, Lebanon. Photo: Mohamed Azakir / World Bank. Photo ID: _ZAK6881F

Syrian Refugees Face an Uncertain Future. Sabah and her young child in Al Minieh Informal Tented Settlement, North Lebanon. Photo: John Donnelly / World Bank. Photo ID: Beirut 1F

Syrian Refugees Face an Uncertain Future. Mother and child in the Zaatari Refugee camp, Jordan. Photo: Mohamed Azakir / World Bank. Photo ID: _ZAK6656F

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at the Nifasha Camp in North Darfur, have access to water only two hours in the morning, not enough time for all to be fully provided. A woman leaves a water access point with empty jerry cans just after the enforced closing time. 15 January 2014 Shangil Tobaya, Sudan. Photo # 577172. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

1,500 community members attend the recent launch of the second phase of the Results-Based Financing project for health in Zimbabwe. Several people have benefited from the Results-Based Financing project in Zimbabwe, which began in July 2011. The success of the program has led to World Bank support for the second phase of the program which would improve service utilization with the removal of financial burden for maternal health care. Credit: World Bank

Providing food vouchers in Lebanon to Syrian refugees. About 75% of Syrian refugees are women and children. They are spread all across Lebanon and mostly live in rented accommodation. What little money they have left, is spent on housing. Story credit: WFP/Martin Penner. Photo credit: WFP/Rein Skullerud.

Providing food vouchers in Lebanon to Syrian refugees. With support from ECHO and other partners, WFP has scaled up to provide food vouchers to around 300 000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Story credit: WFP/Martin Penner. Photo credit: WFP/Rein Skullerud.