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Photo credits

Individuals and institutions

Tsolmon Naidandorj, BPI 2009; Marco Simola, CIFOR 2013; Ray Witlin, World Bank; Evan Schneider, United Nations 2006; Women Thrive 2009; Media Ghana 2015; Angel Decay, Flickr 2005; Guillame Colin and Pauline Penot, Flickr, 2008; Thomas Depenbusch, Flickr, 2015; BASF 2014; ckngai123, Flickr, 2009; US Department of State Flickr, 2016; Neil James Spicer, Wikipedia, 2010; Neil Palmer, CIAT, Flickr, 2013; Internet Society, Flickr, 2008; Georgina Smith / CIAT, Flickr, 2014.

Licence-free media websites

Max Pixel; Unsplash; Pexels; Pixabay; Wikimedia.

Web design & Copywriting

Altus Impact