Foreign Aid Photos on Townhall

  •  - Earthquake survivor carries her belongings in Port-au-Prince

    Earthquake survivor carries her belongings in Port-au-Prince

    Posted: 4/12/2010 9:53:12 PM EST
    An earthquake survivor carries her belongings along a street covered with mud at the Petionville Golf Club in Port-au-Prince April 12, 2010. Haiti's government and foreign aid agencies started an operation on Saturday to move thousands of earthquake survivors to a safer refuge to avoid the risk of mudslides and flooding during the rainy season. REUTERS/Eduardi Munoz (HAITI Tags: PEOPLE - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
  •  - Demonstrators march past parliament as they protest against a government referendum in Reykjavik

    Demonstrators march past parliament as they protest against a government referendum in Reykjavik

    Posted: 3/6/2010 11:30:10 AM EST
    Demonstrators march past the Iceland Parliament Building (rear) as they protest against a government referendum in Reykjavik March 6, 2010. The words on the banner read " Government of the Street". Icelanders vote today in a referendum on a $5 billion deal to repay Anglo-Dutch loans, with an expected resounding "No" set to further delay foreign aid and hopes for economic recovery. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Kosovo Albanian man in capital Pristina sells flags in Pristina

    Kosovo Albanian man in capital Pristina sells flags in Pristina

    Posted: 2/16/2010 6:50:07 AM EST
    A Kosovo Albanian man sells flags of Kosovo, Albania, the U.S. and other countries that have recognised Kosovo's statehood, in capital Pristina February 16, 2010. Two years after Kosovo's independence from Serbia, increasingly wary Western donors are keen to wean the country from foreign aid and take more resolute steps to fight poverty, crime and corruption. Kosovo will celebrate its second independence anniversary on Wednesday. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
  •  - A man carries an injured girl from the site of a bombing in Timergara, the main town in Lower Dir district, in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province

    A man carries an injured girl from the site of a bombing in Timergara, the main town in Lower Dir district, in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province

    Posted: 2/3/2010 5:52:41 AM EST
    A man carries an injured girl from the site of a bombing in Timergara, the main town in Lower Dir district, located in Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province on February 3, 2010. Four foreign aid workers and three Pakistani children were killed in a bombing during the inauguration of a girl's school in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, security officials and police said. REUTERS/M. Abdullah (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
  •  - Video grab from Yemen's state television shows hundreds of demonstrators during a protest in the northwestern city of Saada

    Video grab from Yemen's state television shows hundreds of demonstrators during a protest in the northwestern city of Saada

    Posted: 6/17/2009 3:14:06 PM EST
    A video grab from Yemen's state television shows hundreds of demonstrators during a protest in the northwestern city of Saada June 17, 2009 against the kidnap of nine foreign aid workers and the killing of three hostages. Thousands of Yemenis marched on Wednesday in protest at the killing of three foreign hostages as security forces expanded the search for six still held by kidnappers. REUTERS/Yemen TV (YEMEN CONFLICT CRIME LAW) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - Man smokes in front of building that is being reconstructed in hardest-hit Irrawaddy delta region of Myanmar

    Man smokes in front of building that is being reconstructed in hardest-hit Irrawaddy delta region of Myanmar

    Posted: 6/8/2008 10:30:28 PM EST
    A man smokes in front of a building that is being reconstructed in the hardest-hit Irrawaddy delta region of Myanmar in this picture taken June 5, 2008. More than a month after the storm, which left 134,000 people dead or missing and another 2.4 million destitute, many survivors have not yet been reached and Western nations and foreign aid groups say the relief effort is being hampered by the country's military rulers. Picture taken June 5, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR)
  •  - U.N. Secretary-General Ban greets U.N. staff at the Hotel Sedona in Yangon

    U.N. Secretary-General Ban greets U.N. staff at the Hotel Sedona in Yangon

    Posted: 5/23/2008 1:40:44 PM EST
    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon greets U.N. staff at the Hotel Sedona in Yangon May 23, 2008. Myanmar's junta agreed on Friday to admit foreign aid workers of all nationalities to the delta area worst hit by Cyclone Nargis, in what the U.N. called a breakthrough for aiding survivors. REUTERS/UN Photo/Evan Schneider/Handout (MYANMAR). FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
  •  - People carrying their belongings wait to cross Ngueli bridge over the Logone-Chari river into Cameroon fleeing fighting in N'Djamena

    People carrying their belongings wait to cross Ngueli bridge over the Logone-Chari river into Cameroon fleeing fighting in N'Djamena

    Posted: 2/4/2008 5:33:43 PM EST
    People carrying their belongings wait to cross Ngueli bridge over the Logone-Chari river into Cameroon fleeing fighting in N'Djamena February 4, 2008. The U.N. Security Council urged countries on Monday to support Chad's government against rebels, opening the way for foreign aid to help thousands who have fled a two-day assault on the capital. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (CHAD)
  •  - To match feature QUAKE SOUTHASIA

    To match feature QUAKE SOUTHASIA

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:26:58 AM EST
    An unidentified foreign aid worker looks at a traditional Kashmiri shawl in a market of Muzaffarabad, the ruined capital of Pakistani Kashmir Decmber 21, 2005. Pakistan's Oct. 8 earthquake shattered more than homes, schools and countless lives -- it also smashed security restrictions of that effectively banned foreigners from visiting the mountains of Pakistani Kashmir. Picture taken on December 21, 2005. To match feature QUAKE SOUTASIA TOURISM. REUTERS/Abu Arqam Naqash