More than three years after the devastating earthquake that left over 200,000 people dead and some 2.3 million homeless, tens of thousands of families are still living in shelters made of frayed tarpaulins or tin sheets.
China's rapid rate of urbanization and the pursuit of profit above all else have driven unprecedented numbers of Chinese from their homes.
As Afghans flee conflict and abandon their homes, the country faces a housing and humanitarian crisis that takes a terrible toll on children and families.
Tens of thousands of people have been made homeless after being forcibly evicted from their homes in N'Djamena, the capital of Chad, since February 2008. Amnesty International has confirmed that many evictions were illegal and in violation of int...