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Kate Geraghty (@kate.geraghty) Instagram Profile Photokate.geraghty

Kate Geraghty

Laila Begum holds her 40 day old son Mohammed Ifra 1672815637988386129
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Laila Begum holds her 40 day old son Mohammed Ifran's hand as he receives treatment for malnutrition at the Red Cross Field Hospital in Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Laila has been unwell since giving birth after making the perilous journey across the border from Myanmar and cannot breastfeed properly. A Red Cross nurse noticed Mohammed's critical state and told us he would have died if he had not been treated immediately. Mohammed weighed 1.8 kilograms. Fifty four percent of the refugees who had fled Myanmar in the last three months are children under 18 and a recent NGO study shows that one in four aged between six months & five are suffering acute malnutrition and many more are severely malnourished. 28th November, 2017. Photo: Kate Geraghty/The Sydney Morning Herald #rohingya#redcross#icrc#ifrc#redcrescent#malnutrition#children#displaced#bangladesh#myanmar

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Maranie Rae

Today, December 18th, is World Migrants Day, a day 1672777460017438212
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Today, December 18th, is World Migrants Day, a day where we recognize that, throughout human history, migration has been a courageous expression of an individual’s will to overcome adversity in the pursuit of a better life. This is Najah, age 9; I met her and her family in the Zaatari refugee camp in 2016 after they had fled the conflict in Syria. ... "Migration has always been with us. Climate change, demographics, instability, growing inequalities, and aspirations for a better life, as well as unmet needs in labour markets, mean it is here to stay. The answer is effective international cooperation in managing migration to ensure that its benefits are most widely distributed, and that the human rights of all concerned are properly protected." — UN Secretary-General António Guterres

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Clowns Without Borders CH

Aspirations of dignity, of safety, and most import 1672728280518916085
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Aspirations of dignity, of safety, and most important:of PeaceMigration is a global phenomenon driven by many forces. We must defend our common humanity through solidarity in action #migrantsday

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United Methodist Women

Rev. Paul Jeffrey's video illustrates the the scop 1672706125635381293
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Rev. Paul Jeffrey's video illustrates the the scope and complexities of #migrationincluding #refugeesand #displacedpersons. While originally presented to Bishops of The #umc , it is insightful for us all. youtu.be/3y-tJNnvFS8#internationalmigrantsday#imd2017#video#umc

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Mercy Corps

Talatu, 38, a widow displaced by the prolonged war 1672693752302816776
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Talatu, 38, a widow displaced by the prolonged war with Boko Haram, cleans beans to make bean cakes, which she sells in order to scrape together a small amount of money to buy basic necessities for her children._But she says it's not enough. Talatu says her family's most pressing needs now are water, food, and shelter._While building a new life is a struggle for many women in northeastern Nigeria, they are not without hope._Photo by Corinna Robbins

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Displaced Series

I found this photo on pinterest and couldn’t track 1672691957704242482
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I found this photo on pinterest and couldn’t track its source, only an ambiguous tumblr account with no profile..Nevertheless, I wanted to post it here because it hit so hard and was such a stark reminder as to why we’re doing this project in the first place, why we are so ardent to leave the politics out and focus only on the people. Because after the politics are over, and there are no more meetings, and after papers are signed, deals are made, armistice is declared, and it is the end of the day and the end of war and there is finally peace, it is the irony in a photo like this that reminds us that that kind of end is only the beginning. That while peace for some means they get to put their guard down and sleep, for most peace will be an immense, lifelong process to find and rebuild again..So, if you ever find yourself in a situation where someone says anything along the lines of, ‘they should just go back to their own country’, show them this picture, because it speaks more volumes than it would take words to explain why that is no longer an option....#documentary#series#webseries#photojournalism#syria#displaced#film