Safoora holds her seventh child, Samira, as she waits to be seen by midwives who've set up a pop-up clinic in the tent encampment she's been living in since floods washed away her home. The clinic is run by Neha Mankani, a midwife who leads the Mama Baby Fund.
Workers repair the roof of a small shop while a woman hangs clothing to dry among debris in Beira, Mozambique. The city was badly damaged after Cyclone Idai hit on March 14.
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Samuel Senessie, 25, at the site of last year's mudslide. He lost five members of his family and his home. He says he has not received the government support to which he should be entitled.
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Brazilian 76-year-old farmer Jose Pascual walks through a devastated area in Paracatu de Baixo village on October 2016, one year after a mine waste flood destroyed the town. The village was ruined in 2015 by a flood following the collapse of Brazilian mining company Samarco's waste reservoir, killing 19 people.
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Earlier this year, thousands of South Sudanese civilians fled an attack by armed gunmen on a displaced persons compound run by the U.N. in the northeastern town of Malakal.
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