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    Rwanda. A woman sorts washed coffee at the Aromec cooperative.

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    Rwanda. A widow of genocide collects water hyacinth for the Covega Hyacinth weaving cooperative.

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    Rwanda. Widows of genocide weave at the Covega Hyacinth weaving cooperative.

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    Rwanda. A young girl helps out at the Covega hyacinth weaving cooperative.

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    Burundi. A coffee farmer sits beside the road. Coffee is one of the few cash crops produced for export in Burundi.

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    Burundi. A lady picks tea on a large tea estate.

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    Burundi. A woman uses traditional pots to transport her goods to market.

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    Burundi. A woman picks coffee on a plantation; coffee is Burundis largest export.

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    Burundi. A girl stands in a sorghum field in rural Burundi. Most children work on the land here instead of going to school.

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    Burundi. Traditionally dressed lady farmers pose for their portraits by thier home.

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    Burundi. A traditionally dressed lady farmer poses for her portrait.

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    Burundi. A traditionally dressed lady farmer poses for her portrait.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. A member of a weaving cooperative makes traditional baskets.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. A woman sells beans at Kimironko market.

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    Gisenyi, Rwanda. A local elderly man walks to the market in Gisenyi.

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    Rwanda. A photographer arrives to take pictures of locals with our helicopter.

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    Rwanda. A man stands with his bicycle. Cycles are the primary form of transport for the majority of the population.

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    Leer, Unity State, South Sudan. seed heads at dusk.

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    Burundi. A man cuts a tree into planks in a traditional sawpit.

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    Burundi. A couple outside a traditional house on their farm.

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    Burundi. Palm oil tree plantations line the shores of lake Tanganyika.

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    Burundi. A male farmer poses for his portrait in rural Burundi.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. A member of a weaving cooperative displays traditional baskets.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. A girl sorts through beans at Kimironko market.

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    Rwanda. The Gorillas Nest lodge provides accommodation for tourists trekking with mountain gorillas.

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    Rwanda. The luxurious Virunga Safari Lodge sits below looming volcanoes. Tourists use the hotel as a base from which to trek with mountain gorillas.

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    Rwanda. In the land of a thousand hills population density is at its highest in africa. Terracing is used to maximise the area that can be farmed.

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    Rwanda. In the most densely populated country in Africa terracing is used to maximise the area that can be farmed.

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    Rwanda. In the land of a thousand hills population density is at its highest in africa. Terracing is used to maximise the area that can be farmed.

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    Burundi. The main road to Tanzania provides an essential trade route.

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    Burundi. Locals fish on the The Lac des Oiseaux which is home to numerous species of exotic birds.

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    Burundi. The Lac des Oiseaux is home to numerous species of exotic birds.

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    Burundi. A man fishes from a dugout canoe on the Lac des Oiseaux.

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    Burundi. As one of the most densely populated countries in Africa, nearly all available land is farmed. This has lead to widespread deforestation.

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    Burundi. Local women shell peanuts at the local market.

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    Rwanda. Rwandas unique geology enables a large percentage of the countrys power to be generated by hydro electric plants.

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    Rwanda. The land of a thousand hills Rwandas unique geology is the base of many folk tales.

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    Rwanda. Lake Burero reaches out underneath the volcanoes. The volcanic lakes provide protected habitat for numerous species of birds.

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    Rwanda. Lake Burera reflects the afternoon sky as a storm rolls in.

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    Unity State, South Sudan. The landscape phtographed from the air.

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    Unity State, South Sudan. The landscape phtographed from the air.

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    Bujumbura, Burundi. Students prepare for their exams.

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    Butare, Rwanda. Children stand by the side of a newly refurbished road. Subsequent accident rates have fallen dramatically.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. Traditional Intore dancers perform at the foot of the Volcanoes National Park.

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    Vruniga, Rwanda. Traditional Intore dancers perform at the annual gorilla naming ceremony, Kwita Izina.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. An aerial view of the city slums.

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    Gitega, Burundi. An older man performs with the traditional Tambourinares at Gitega museum.

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    Gitega, Burundi. A young boy performs with the traditional Tambourinares at Gitega museum.

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    Gitega, Burundi. The traditional Tambourinares perform at Gitega museum.

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    Gitega, Burundi. Traditional dancers perform at many local events, varying in style from district to district.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. Students collect data in a science lesson at the Green Hills Academy.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. The extremely clean air enables a wide variety of mosses and lichens to grow.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. A playful baby gorilla wrestles with its siblings.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. A playful baby gorilla swings in the forest.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. A silverback gorilla peers through the undergrowth.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. A guide leads tourists through the ancient forests.

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    Virunga, Rwanda. The ancient forests in the Volcanoes National Park are home to the mountain gorillas.

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    Nyanza, Rwanda. A reconstruction of the kings palace is the focus for the National Museum.

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    The summit of Mount Sabyinyo at 3,645m marks the intersection of the borders of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda. Sabyinyo is derived from the Kinyarwanda word Iryinyo, meaning tooth.

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    Ruhengeri, Rwanda. This small market town is the closest settlement to the Volcanoes National Park.

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    Corn Harvest Near Behenjy, Madagascar

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    Workers Winnowing Rice, Madagascar

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    Young mountain gorilla swinging on vines, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Young mountain gorilla swinging on vines, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Adult mountain gorilla holding onto vine, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Young mountain gorilla watched by its mother, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Young mountain gorilla, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Young mountain gorilla curiously approaching the camera, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.

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    Silverback mountain gorilla, Kwitonda Group, Mt Gahinga, Volcanoes National park, Rwanda.

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    Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.

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    Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.

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    Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates.

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    Farmer Pouring Seeds in Planter, Boons, Northwest Province, South Africa

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    Tractor in Sunflower Field, Boons, Northwest Province, South Africa

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    Unity State, South Sudan. A cattle camp at dawn near Leer.

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    Unity State, South Sudan. Rural Life in Leer.

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    Ethiopia is a land of vast horizons and dramatic scenery. The weathered mountains in the Ethiopian Highlands exhibit layer upon layer of volcanic material, which built the plateau into Africas most extensive upland region.Agriculture forms the background of the country's economy with 90 percent of its population earning a living from the land.

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    Ethiopia is a land of vast horizons and dramatic scenery. The weathered mountains in the Ethiopian Highlands exhibit layer upon layer of volcanic material, which built the plateau into Africas most extensive upland region.Agriculture forms the background of the country's economy with 90 percent of its population earning a living from the land.

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    Burundi. A monument to the pyramids marks the source of the nile.

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    Burundi. Fish hung out to dry on the shores of lake Tanganyika.

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    Burundi. The boutique blue bay resort on the shores of lake Tanganyika provides luxury accommodation to visitors.

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    Burundi. The Chutes de la Kagera deep within the Mpinga National park.

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    Burundi. The Fails Des Allemand in rural Burundi, a site of disaster for German soldiers in the second world war.

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    Gitega, Burundi. A replica of the traditional royal palace at Gitega museum.

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    Burundi. Locals worship at a Christian mission in rural Burundi.

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    Bujumbura, Burundi. A man sells traditionally printed cloth at the central market.

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    Ruyigi, Burundi. A hospital left behind from the Belgian colonial era now serves a rapidly expanding population.

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    Gitega, Burundi. Relics of colonialism remain in the previous capital of Burundi. Tropical modernism was fashionable among expats in the 1950s.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. An old Rwandan lady smiles as she prepares chapati for eco tourists.

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    Kigali, Rwanda. A DJ entertains at a local nightclub.

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