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World Food Programme 10h
All smiles when the food is almost ready 😁👍 In , WFP is supporting a school feeding programme that provides more than 64,000 children in La Guajira with one healthy snack or lunch! 🍲📚 🥕
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Déborah Nguyen (WFP) May 17
Aïcha & her family sleep in a tent ⛺️ since hit .During the day, her husband goes fishing while she goes to find clean water & cooks. While they do everything they can to get back on their feet and rebuild their home, the family received food from
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World Food Programme 11h
A new study by and found that 20 million babies were born too small in 2015, with poor a major cause. The consequences can last a lifetime, which is why WFP prioritizes the nutrition of pregnant women everywhere we work 👉
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World Food Programme 13h
deficiency is a major problem around the 🌍 Just a half teaspoon of iodized salt can meet a person's daily needs, without any other dietary changes. In , where less than 10% of households consume enough iodine, WFP supports manufacturers to iodized salt. 🧂🍛
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World Food Programme May 18
| Around 150,000 people fled their homes in north Hama and south Idlib because of increased violence. Many are still on the move, while others reached the camps in north . and partners are rushing to deliver food to meet the urgent needs of families.
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World Food Programme May 18
El Salvador🇸🇻 is the smallest, most densely populated country in Central America. Farmers account for only 14% of the active population. WFP helps vulnerable smallholder farmers enhance their livelihoods by linking them to formal markets and helping them adapt to .
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World Food Programme May 18
Here’s why you should never skip sohour & other great tips to keep you feeling healthy this 👉
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World Food Programme May 17
What do you know about half moon farming? 💦🌗🌱 In places where rainfall is erratic, half moons are dug to retain the water. These ensure that during the rainy season, the water does not run off the surface, but soaks into the arid soil, allowing crops to grow.
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World Food Programme May 17
Disasters are a leading cause of hunger. In 2018, climate-related disasters have pushed 29 million people into hunger crises. More and more WFP is called to respond to disasters such as Cyclones Idai & Kenneth in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
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World Food Programme May 17
Interesting insight from our Market Monitor. 🇸🇩 Sudan’s currency lost 69% of its value year-on-year, a devaluation with considerable implications for . ▶️
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World Food Programme May 17
WFP, and concluded a 3-day visit in with a call for greater investment in .
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World Food Programme May 16
WFP is using its skills in risk analysis, early warning and emergency preparedness to trigger forecast-based, before a disaster hits. This approach could reduce the loss of lives & livelihoods when cyclones and floods hit. Find out how 👇
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World Food Programme May 16
A delicious recipe from 🇹🇳 to break your fast on this 🥘🍲🍽 Brik is a traditional dish during the holiday season and it is also very healthy.
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@WFP_AsiaPacific May 15
WFP in was proud to hand-over its school meals programme to the government, who will now provide healthy meals to children in 500+ schools 🌽🥦👧 Thank you to for joining & meeting some of the students who benefit from a nutritious meal each day.
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World Food Programme May 16
In 2018, flew over 12,000 humanitarian workers in and out of to do life-saving humanitarian work. Together, we are making a difference.
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@WFP_AsiaPacific May 16
Women in are on the front-line of fighting hunger & malnutrition 🇱🇦🍚 With support, 7,800 number women now know how to grow vegetables & cook nutritious meals for their families. They are also given cash grants to start businesses and earn an income.
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David Beasley May 15
The school feeding programme in Laos is so much more than just the meals ... nutrition guidance for community members (who also cook the school meals), a community garden and even a fish pond. This work changes lives for more than just the children! 🇱🇦
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World Food Programme May 15
In 2018 WFP distributed over 1 million tonnes of food in : 800,000 MT of wheat flour, 65,000 MT of vegetable oil and 85,000 MT of pulses.
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World Food Programme May 15
Many people living in hunger and conflict around the 🌎 are depending on assistance for their survival. shares the heartbreaking story of Fatmeh and her family. Help us amplify their voices 👉
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World Food Programme May 14
Floods, droughts and storms are devastating for agricultural production. Early warnings combined with anticipatory actions through WFP’s forecast-based financing reduce the impacts on vulnerable people’s lives and livelihoods.
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