• Schoolgirls jump rope by a rural elementary school built with the aid of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 21, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Schoolgirls jump rope by a rural elementary school built with the aid of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 21, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Students in a classroom at a rural elementary school built with the aid of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 21, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Students in a classroom at a rural elementary school built with the aid of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 21, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Women of Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Women of Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Young girl from Wabishore village in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 25, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Young girl from Wabishore village in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 25, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Villagers of Kuera Mukula gather in the local schoolhouse for a group portrait. Kuera Mukula is a village in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia, and a site of an on-going clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency. January 30, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Villagers of Kuera Mukula gather in the local schoolhouse for a group portrait. Kuera Mukula is a village in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia, and a site of an on-going clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency. January 30, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A rural Cambodian boy is taking a break after helping his father run the family rice mill—their primary source of income funded by the micro-financing program of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 23, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A rural Cambodian boy is taking a break after helping his father run the family rice mill—their primary source of income funded by the micro-financing program of HOPE International Development Agency in Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. November 23, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A young Ethiopian woman working in one of many roadside coffee shops and restaurants in Gerese town, center of a remote district with numerous clear water projects carried out by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 31, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A young Ethiopian woman working in one of many roadside coffee shops and restaurants in Gerese town, center of a remote district with numerous clear water projects carried out by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 31, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • An old woman with her grandchildren in Shara village, Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 26, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    An old woman with her grandchildren in Shara village, Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 26, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Wosen Girma, project manager at the Arba Minch branch of HOPE International Development Agency, lights up a biogas lamp fuelled by methane from human and animal waste—an alternative fuel project in the house of a “model” farmer, in Shara village, in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 26, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Wosen Girma, project manager at the Arba Minch branch of HOPE International Development Agency, lights up a biogas lamp fuelled by methane from human and animal waste—an alternative fuel project in the house of a “model” farmer, in Shara village, in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 26, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Phealy “Ly” Kim, head of HOPE International Development Agency in Pursat, Cambodia, rides a tuk-tuk, clearly uneasy in the lavish, tourist-rich and ultra-expensive city of Seam Reap, Cambodia, home of the ruins of ancient Angkor. November 24, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Phealy “Ly” Kim, head of HOPE International Development Agency in Pursat, Cambodia, rides a tuk-tuk, clearly uneasy in the lavish, tourist-rich and ultra-expensive city of Seam Reap, Cambodia, home of the ruins of ancient Angkor. November 24, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Butcher counter woman is sound  asleep in the middle of the busy town market, in Pursat, Cambodia. November 23, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Butcher counter woman is sound asleep in the middle of the busy town market, in Pursat, Cambodia. November 23, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Practically blind, yet full of cheer, this woman is one of many who live in the biggest Buddhist temple of Pursat, Cambodia, having devoted their lives to caring after the monks. November 30, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Practically blind, yet full of cheer, this woman is one of many who live in the biggest Buddhist temple of Pursat, Cambodia, having devoted their lives to caring after the monks. November 30, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • One of many Khmer Rouge torture rooms in the S-21 prison turned museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Thousands of prisoners have passed through these cells, and only seven are known to have survived. December 6, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    One of many Khmer Rouge torture rooms in the S-21 prison turned museum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Thousands of prisoners have passed through these cells, and only seven are known to have survived. December 6, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A boy plays in the day care centre for children of sex trade workers, opened in the slums of Addis Ababa by a group of local women, and supported in part by HOPE International Development Agency. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. January 28, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A boy plays in the day care centre for children of sex trade workers, opened in the slums of Addis Ababa by a group of local women, and supported in part by HOPE International Development Agency. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. January 28, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A man believed to be more than 100 years old walks through a farm followed by two curious boys, in Shara village, Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 31, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A man believed to be more than 100 years old walks through a farm followed by two curious boys, in Shara village, Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 31, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Villagers mix and pour concrete by hand for the local elementary school construction project financed by HOPE International Development Agency. In Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. December 2, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Villagers mix and pour concrete by hand for the local elementary school construction project financed by HOPE International Development Agency. In Phnom Kravanh district of Pursat province, Cambodia. December 2, 2013. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Children of Garbansa Ayche village lead the way to the site of a recent large clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency, in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Children of Garbansa Ayche village lead the way to the site of a recent large clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency, in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • Garbansa Ayche village girls dance beside a capped clean water source at Bonke spring, a large project recently completed by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    Garbansa Ayche village girls dance beside a capped clean water source at Bonke spring, a large project recently completed by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 24, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A boy stands in a large hut which was used as shared dwelling for both humans and livestock In Dambele Otara village, site of recent clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 25, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A boy stands in a large hut which was used as shared dwelling for both humans and livestock In Dambele Otara village, site of recent clean water project by HOPE International Development Agency in Gamo Goffa zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. January 25, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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  • A girl from Koshale, a remote village in Gamo Goffa zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. This is a location that requires a five and a half hour four-wheel-drive vehicle ride up and down multiple mountains on rural non-roads to reach. Yet, despite that, HOPE International Development Agency helped build a huge 15-km clean water project for Koshale in December of 2013 transforming the lives of thousands of local inhabitants. Near the source. February 1, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
    A girl from Koshale, a remote village in Gamo Goffa zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR), Ethiopia. This is a location that requires a five and a half hour four-wheel-drive vehicle ride up and down multiple mountains on rural non-roads to reach. Yet, despite that, HOPE International Development Agency helped build a huge 15-km clean water project for Koshale in December of 2013 transforming the lives of thousands of local inhabitants. Near the source. February 1, 2014. Photo: Art Zaratsyan
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