Migrant boys in a shelter. Vast numbers of children and families are on the move around the world. There are now 30m children displaced by conflict, the highest since World War II, and vastly more unaccompanied child migrants are being recorded than at the beginning of the decade. Besides war, other factors driving child migration include poverty and climate change.
(Photo by Dylan Thomas / UKaid / Department for International Development) Photo used under CC BY
A farmer from the Tigray region, Ethiopia in April 2018. Due to scarcity of land, the majority of the population in Tigray produce less than half their annual minimal food requirements and 89 percent of the population earn less than $2.54 per day, plunging them into poverty and malnutrition, according to Farm Africa.
(Photo by Rod Waddington) Photo used under CC BY
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