A Rohingya woman and child in a refugee camp. Bangladesh has been hosting Rohingya refugees from Myanmar for nearly 30 years with an influx of 700,000 new refugees in 2017. Many believe that the presence of nearly a million refugees is in this part of Bangladesh is unsustainable
(Photo by UN Women) Photo used under CC BY
Across Indonesia’s palm oil producing regions, women are frequently seen working the plantations alongside men. Yet, despite providing a backbone to one of the nation’s most economically important industries, women can be marginalized and often have little access to financial resources, knowledge and technology to improve their crop yields.
(Photo by UNDP Indonesia/Sustainable Palm Oil Initiative/Nicholas Hurt) Photo used under CC BY
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