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MIDDLE SEPIK, PAPUA NEW GUINEA-DECEMBER 2008: Images of the Karawari people of the middle Sepik river, 15 December 2008. The Karawari are the most remote of the floodplains people, with many vllages along the river barely a generation old. The most recent settlements date only...

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MIDDLE SEPIK, PAPUA NEW GUINEA-DECEMBER 2008: Images of the Karawari people of the middle Sepik river, 15 December 2008. The Karawari are the most remote of the floodplains people, with many vllages along the river barely a generation old. The most recent settlements date only...

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Vijayawada, India - June 2006: A 4 year old Aids orphan stands in the home of her new parents after a succesful community adoption scheme was implimented. After losing her parents to Aids, the girl and her brother were adopted by an older couple from...

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TARI GAP, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS, PAPUA NEW GUINEA-DECEMBER 2008: Huli Wigmen photographed at a sing-sing, Tari Gap, Papua New Guinea, 17 December 2008. Tari is the home of the Huli tribe, the second largest tribe in PNG, this highlands province was once considered one of the...

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LORYRA, SOUTH OMO, ETHIOPIA, JANUARY 2008: An image of two Dassanech children in the Lower Omo Valley, South West Ethiopia. The unique, intact tribal cultures of the remote Omo Valley are all threatened by 3 new dams which the Ethiopian Government is building to supply...