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Timor-Leste is putting aquaculture to the forefront of its efforts to combat malnutrition and poverty. (Photo: A small-scale homested fish pond in Same, Timor-Leste. By Jharendu Pant)

Timor-Leste is putting aquaculture to the forefront of its efforts to combat malnutrition and poverty. (Photo: A small-scale homested fish pond in Same, Timor-Leste. By Jharendu Pant)

Rural woman farmer, harvesting fish from the pond, Bangladesh (2002). Photo: Ebbe Schioler

Rural woman farmer, harvesting fish from the pond, Bangladesh (2002). Photo: Ebbe Schioler

The USAID-funded Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project is training and supporting rural farmers, especially women, to improve the productivity of their homestead ponds and gardens. (Photo: Harvesting small fish in Rangpur, Bangladesh. By Holly Holmes)

The USAID-funded Aquaculture for Income and Nutrition (AIN) project is training and supporting rural farmers, especially women, to improve the productivity of their homestead ponds and gardens. (Photo: Harvesting small fish in Rangpur, Bangladesh. By Holly Holmes)

woman farmer, Makueni County,  Eastern Kenya. Photo: Olive Thiong'o (CCAFS).

woman farmer, Makueni County, Eastern Kenya. Photo: Olive Thiong'o (CCAFS).

I would rather a romantic relationship turn into contempt than turn into apathy. The passion in the extremities make it appear as though it once meant something. We grow from hot or cold, but lukewarm is the biggest insult. ―Criss Jami ‪#‎ThingsThatMakeYouGoHmm‬ artworks by Kelly Reemtsen

I would rather a romantic relationship turn into contempt than turn into apathy. The passion in the extremities make it appear as though it once meant something. We grow from hot or cold, but lukewarm is the biggest insult. ―Criss Jami ‪#‎ThingsThatMakeYouGoHmm‬ artworks by Kelly Reemtsen

Many girls and #women work in the gold mines of Côte d'Ivoire's Bouaflé area. Most are of Burkinabè origin (Burkina Faso), but many do not have proof of nationality. Without these papers, it is very difficult for them to find gainful employment and they often wind up working in dangerous places, like artisanal gold mines. And without nationality, they cannot seek legal assistance should they be injured or become ill from this work.  © UNHCR/H.Caux

Many girls and #women work in the gold mines of Côte d'Ivoire's Bouaflé area. Most are of Burkinabè origin (Burkina Faso), but many do not have proof of nationality. Without these papers, it is very difficult for them to find gainful employment and they often wind up working in dangerous places, like artisanal gold mines. And without nationality, they cannot seek legal assistance should they be injured or become ill from this work. © UNHCR/H.Caux

Did you know more #children die from #malnutrition than from international #conflict? #endpoverty

Did you know more #children die from #malnutrition than from international #conflict? #endpoverty

Africa | "Young Berber girl, Morocco".  The necklace worn by this young girl is made of the typical elements of branch coral, amazonite, shells and glass. Six foulet khamsa pendants are interspersed with old Islamic coins and a gold-plated centrepiece. | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

Africa | "Young Berber girl, Morocco". The necklace worn by this young girl is made of the typical elements of branch coral, amazonite, shells and glass. Six foulet khamsa pendants are interspersed with old Islamic coins and a gold-plated centrepiece. | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh.  Photo: PRICE/Chemonics International, FeedtheFuture via Flickr

Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh. Photo: PRICE/Chemonics International, FeedtheFuture via Flickr

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