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Guatemala: Building homes and resilience in communities struck by quake
We responded immediately when natural disaster devastated rural communities in Guatemala, and we stayed beyond the emergency to help them build back better.
Ten best photos of 2013
We are strong believers in the power of photography to bring global change to life. Here are ten of our favorite images captured in the field this year.
Philippines: Addressing children's needs during relief efforts
New safe spaces give kids a place to play and find support while we help their parents rebuild after Typhoon Haiyan.
Jordan, Syria: A message for you from Syria's children
With your support, we're making sure refugee children don't feel forgotten. See what they created to say thank you for giving them hope for the future.
Jordan, Syria: Toys bring smiles to Syrian refugee children
As these photos show, the arrival of stuffed animals and classics like Play-Doh and Memory gave kids a moment of happiness in otherwise dire circumstances.
Timor-Leste: Benefits of clean energy radiate through villages
In Timor-Leste, 65 percent of the population does not have access to electricity. We're helping communities there build clean energy markets that improve their lives and strengthen their economies.
Humankind photo contest: More of our favorites
We were so impressed by the submissions to our 2013 photo contest that we had to them. Scroll through the slideshow to see the colors and the faces that bring our shared experience to life.
Jordan, Syria: Sandcastles bring happiness to Syrian kids
In these photos, you can see how the simple opportunity to play and use their imaginations brings comfort to the youngest refugees.
Jordan, Syria: Syrian refugees outside camps struggle to meet needs
These are a few of the thousands of families we've been able to reach in northern Jordan. There are many more like them who need our help.
Ethiopia: Finding her way through drought
Fatumo lost ten camels in the drought that ravaged Ethiopia two years ago. She grew more desperate as her children went hungry. But today there are signs of recovery — and Fatumo is relying on each day's collection of milk to rebuild.