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Survivors at the Music Therap program create and share joy with each other, transforming Survivor to Artist to Leader. Photo Credit: Jeppe Schilder

Image from Panzi and Make Music Matter. Supporting GBV victims. Photo Credit: Jeppe Schilder

Philome Viergenie and her daughter Wislande Holdine Tervene are beneficiaries of the PRODEPUR-Habitat programme in Delmas 32, Haiti. Photo Credit: Dominic Chavez / World Bank

A health care worker prepares a colleague's virus protective gear before entering a high risk zone at an Ebola virus clinic operated by the International Medical Corps in Makeni, Sierra Leone. Photo Credit: AP Photo/ Michael Duff

The IRC Clinic in Mafraq. Photo Credit: International Rescue Committee

Women doing washing in a river in Kustiya Bangladesh. Photo Credit: Momo Mustafa (Courtesy of Photoshare)

Project staff preparing to distribute the cleaned filters to households participating in the second testing round. Photo Credit: FHNW

On the road. A refugees travels through Kenya on her way to Nairobi. Photo Credit: Katie G Nelson

Jabalia, Gaza, an area close to the Israeli/Palestinian border that was hit hard by the 2008/2009 war in Gaza also known as "Operation Cast Lead." Photo Credit: Katie Orlinsky/Caritas 2010

Khadija Abdula Ali flying drones for the Zanzibar Mapping Initiative, near Unguju Ukuu, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Photo Credit: ShadowView Foundation

Congolese woman, Nyaragusu Refugee Camp. Photo Credit: IRC

Dr. Taha Yusufali, (Chief of Surgery at Sagam Community Hospital) during an ESM-Ketamine training week

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