I quit my job to help refugees

Aleksandra Davidovska left her job in a shoe factory to help refugees on the border between Macedonia and Serbia. She greets refugees at night, waiting for the trains to arrive. In the absence of organized support from the authorities, she volunteers to be ‘the information person’, helping people go in the right direction.
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A Syrian refugee’s journey to a new life

If had stayed in Syria in the war I would have been in the army now. Out somewhere fighting, holding my gun and shooting my own people. After two years of hardship in Istanbul, Syrian Ziad Al-Taha desired more for his future. Al-Taha was one of hundreds of thousands of refugees that crossed the sea on a raft from Turkey to Greece and continued to Europe via the Western Balkan land route.

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Nepal's farmers prepare for monsoons

A majority of Nepal’s population depends on agriculture but as monsoons arrive in June, survivors look to an uncertain farming season. Farmer Shanbhu Timalsina shares his story.

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Saving the Amazonian manatee in Peru

The Amazonian manatee is a vulnerable species found only in South America. The Dallas World Aquarium and the Amazon Rescue Center in Iquitos, Peru, have rescued and released 15 manatees in the past four years.

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The waiting home

To prevent women living in rural Peru from giving birth at home, where they face a higher risk of death, Peru has established a network of maternal “waiting houses.” These residential facilities host women during their final weeks of pregnancy so they can give birth in the presence of skilled attendants. Ana María Bolege, 21, has come to a waiting house in the Andean town of Ayacucho, eight hours by road from Peru’s capital, Lima. This story is part of the series “The Ninth Month” by PRI’s The World.

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Progress uproots historic community

In the backyard of one of South America’s busiest airports about 350 families lived in an impoverished neighborhood known as El Ayllu. At the beginning of March the land near Lima, Peru, was taken by eminent domain for the expansion of Jorge Chavez International Airport. These portraits document the residents during their final days in the neighborhood.

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