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Mmalebna and her daughter Asana*. Credit: Nana Kofi Acquah/Oxfam
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“The world has forgotten about us.”

For 48-year-old Rebecca Nyawal, this is what it means to be forgotten: to live with just two small beds to fit her family of seven, a small stove, a soft ground under their feet that turns into mud during the rainy season, and to boil under an iron-sheet that heats her home like an oven.