PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - APRIL 3, 2015: A grave for a seminarian killed in the 2010 earthquake sits in the backyard of the Hands Together compound on Good Friday in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti on April 3, 2015. Hands Together is a catholic charity group that works in Cite Soleil and other poverty ridden cities in Haiti. They provide schooling for over 5,000 students, as well as medical and spiritual care. The group often employs those who have a past in gang violence, in hopes to create a new life from violence. Despite the Catholic Church shrinking in Haiti, many Haitians rely on its support.
 PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - APRIL 2, 2015: A Haitian boy poses for a portrait on Holy Thursday at St. Annes Chapel in the Cite Soleil neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti on April 2, 2015. Despite the Catholic Church shrinking in Haiti, many Haitians rely on its support.
 ZOMBA, MALAWI - SEPTEMBER 11: Girls pray during Sunday service at Mofolo Woyera church in the village of Mulele, which lies in one of the areas most affected by drought, on September 11, 2016 in Zomba, Malawi. The drought has hurt the community's harvest leaving many in need of food aid. Drought associated with the El Nino weather pattern has created famine throughout Southern Africa with over 60 million people dependent on food aid.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 BARAWE, SOMALIA - OCTOBER 11: A woman suffering from Tuberculosis sits in a bed at the Barawe General Hospital on October 11, 2016 in Barawe, Somalia. The hospital was looted by Al-Shabaab before they were driven out of the city, leaving the hospital with no supplies to care for patients. Barawe was a stronghold for the Al-Shabaab militant group in Somalia's southern coast, but were driven out by the Somali Government and AMISOM in 2014. Al-Shabaab continues to fight in the region with counter-insurgency tactics. Somalia is on the brink of its first parliamentary elections since 1984, but issues with security and disagreements in the election process have led to delays. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)
 A Masai man drags two goats for sale at a livestock market in Bisil, Kenya on July 22, 2016. The market is supported by European Union funding and the German NGO Welt Hunger Hife in an effort to help grow farming and agriculture with the local Masai population.
 SHADA, SOMALIA - FEBRUARY 25: Abdullahi Mohamud, 5, cries next to his mother Sahro Mohamed Mumin, 30, and brother, Abdulrahman Mahamud, 2, as a nurse struggles to find a vein for an injection at a government run health clinic on February 25, 2017 in Shada, Somalia. Abdullahi was diagnosed with bronchitis, Abdulrahman with pneumonia. Both children were also suffering from severe malnutrition.The family lost all of their animals due to drought and had traveled 150 kilometers in search of a better situation. Somalia is currently on the brink of famine with over half of the country�s population facing acute food insecurity according to the United Nations. The intensifying crisis has humanitarian groups racing to stop a repeat of 2011, in which 260,000 people died of famine throughout country.  (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)