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Sarah Nam, communications and social networking officer for the Department of Water Supply and Sewerage in Nepal, holds a sign that says, “Don’t defecate in the open. Don’t put your life at risk.” Louiza Zhang holds a sign that says, “This is a movement against open defecation. Cleanliness is going to be our identity.” In the middle is Yukta Kumari Magar an organizer from the WASH User group in Nepal’s Udayapur District.  (Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID) Photo used under CC BY
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A girl eats a meal provided by Feed My Starving Children in Nicaragua in 2012. Nicaragua is heading for a third consecutive year of economic contraction in 2020, which will result in open unemployment for at least 237,000 people, and a poverty level above two million Nicaraguans, according to estimates of the Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development (Funides), whose economists urged for a political solution to the crisis.  (Photo by Feed My Starving Children) Photo used under CC BY
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