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Afghans use a water pump that was installed to address the impact of earthquakes and floods in the district; it is the only access the community has to clean drinking water. Since the U.S. and its allies left Afghanistan, such foreign aid has been cut off; 43% percent of Afghanistan’s population is living on less than one meal a day, according to the International Rescue Committee.  (Photo by EC/ECHO/Malini Morzaria) Photo used under CC BY
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Three women operate a coca leaf stand at a market in Potosi, Bolivia. Hundreds of growers from the Association of Coca Producers (Adepcoca) have marched in the country‘s capital, La Paz, to demand the closure of a parallel market for the plant. Some 90 percent of Bolivia’s legal coca leaf business, worth $173 million a year, passes through the Adepcoca market, according to UN figures.  (Photo by Peter Collins) Photo used under CC BY
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