The search for Lesotho’s most vulnerable families HA TŠEPO, Lesotho, 28 November 2017 – A cloud of yellow dust blows into the group sitting on the ground at the village centre.

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Meet three Congolese families living in Zambia’s largest refugee transit centre NCHELENGE, Zambia, 25 April 2018 – Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has driven nearly 268,000 children into neighbouring countries, including Zambia.

The Kenani Refugee Transit Centre on the Zambian border is currently hosting over 14,000 Congolese refugees, with an average of 100 new arrivals a day. In Malawi, local chief leads effort to end child marriage in community MACHINGA, Malawi, 18 April 2018 – It’s a hot and sunny afternoon when Chief Kapoloma visits the home of teenage Fatima and her mother in Aisa village, Malawi.

He likes studying Myanmar and maths, and enjoys working in the school garden and playing catch with his friends.

"Some days I just have to listen": A family therapist works with Syrian refugees in Turkey IZMIR, Turkey, – As a family therapist, Zeynep Kapisiz regularly deals with anger, depression, fear and many pleas for help. The problems she is trying to solve can seem intractable.

The two boys recently fled their hometown alone, escaping both hunger and fighting. Poverty drives child labour in Gaza GAZA, State of Palestine, 20 July 2017 – When morning comes, 13-year-old Ahmad* does not go to school like other children his age. In Angola, a refugee centre offers new hope for a boy who lost his family DUNDO, Angola, 20 June 2017 – "My dad was a police officer.

He was working that day and returned to the city to pick up mom and me on a motorcycle.

Rain runs through the muddy gravel streets and the water has crept into the home of Isabel, Jorge Luis and their son Brandon.

In search of safety: South Sudanese children travel alone to reach refugee camps in Darfur EAST DARFUR, Sudan, 27 July 2017 – Fourteen-year-old Jonk Tonk Dack, and his brother Lowal, 9, are from Kair, Bahar Arab, South Sudan.

In one of El Salvador’s most dangerous neighbourhoods, a father creates a brighter future for his children SANTO TOMAS, El Salvador, 8 September 2017 – Shortly after Lupita Corena was born 11 years ago, her parents separated.