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In the Balukhali refugee camp, boys between the ages of seven and 11 play with forfori, homemade toy airplanes. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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In Bangladeshi Camps, Rohingya Refugees Try To Move Forward With Their Lives

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Forced To Flee Myanmar, Rohingya Refugees Face Monsoon Landslides In Bangladesh

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One Of The Greatest Threats Facing Rohingya Muslim Refugees Is The Land Itself

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Dildar Begum, 30, in her shelter in the Hakimpara Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. She says 29 members of her extended family were killed a year ago in what the U.S. has said was a campaign of ethnic cleansing by the Myanmar military. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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'I Would Rather Die Than Go Back': Rohingya Refugees Settle Into Life In Bangladesh

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Rohingya Of Myanmar Remain In Refugee Camps In Bangladesh

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These teenage brothers live in house #9 at the SOS Children's Village in Tela, Honduras. The goal isn't to get them adopted out but to create a family-like setting in the institution. Adriana Zehbrauskas for NPR hide caption

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An Orphanage In Honduras Puts Love At The Top Of Its Priority List

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A health worker monitors the temperature of a traveler from the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the Ebola outbreak that ended in July. The virus has now surfaced in another part of the country. Florent Vergnes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Girls at the St. John's Community Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, attend an event supported by PEPFAR, the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Praise For The Global HIV Program That Trump Wants To Cut

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Stay-At-Home Dads Still Struggle With Diapers, Drool, Stigma And Isolation

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WHO Says Progress Is Being Made Against The Ebola Outbreak, But Remains A Threat

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On May 13, people suspected of having the Ebola virus wait at a treatment center in the village of Bikoro, where the outbreak began in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. John Bompengo/AP hide caption

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Ebola Outbreak: How Worried Should We Be?

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WHO And Congolese Officials Scramble To Contain Ebola Outbreak

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