Harvesting shellfish in the mangroves once provided plenty of food and a good income for residents on the Ecuadorian island of Las Manchas.
Livestock have been moved as most animal shelters were destroyed by the flood.
Farmers in Nepal amid the ruins of their houses.
The ruins of a home washed away by floodwaters.
A Heifer farmer stands amid the ruins of her home.
A view of one village after floodwaters receded.
A woman accepts food aid in Bardia, Nepal.
Temporary shelters have been set up by families who lost their homes in the flood affected areas.
Children stand under a tarp at a temporary shelter.
A flooded village where Heifer is implementing projects.
A young mother consoles her baby near a temporary shelter.
A roof and support are all that remain of a home after flooding.
The remains of a building.
A road is washed out from flooding.
Heifer has confirmed that at least 48 project partners have died due to heavy flooding in Nepal. Staff are also working to estimate numbers of livestock that were probably killed by floodwaters.
EADD Partners with Dairy Farmers in Nabitanga Village, Uganda