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Jakob Kern Oct 16
Proud to announce that Supply Chain innovation 'Optimus' was awarded the DCHI Award for Best Humanitarian Innovation! Combining and analysing WFP data to improve operations can be a game changer in reaching Zero Hunger. Find out more:
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Jakob Kern Oct 18
We are grateful here at to work with our donors & partners on the first shipment of milled wheat (flour) from the USA destined for Yemen. The interlocking 50-kilo bags, palletized and pre-slung, are ready to load on the ocean carrier and reach Yemen soon.
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WFP_Africa Oct 15
For the 1st time in 5 years WFP sent boats 🛥️ carrying humanitarian food 🍲 assistance up the Sobat river in 🇸🇸 -- delivering enough to feed 40,000 people 😃for a month, improving efficiency and saving money 💰
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Jakob Kern Oct 15
Spotted on a recent UNHAS flight in Nigeria: Administrator and Sir M. Lowcock. Decision-makers often visit places where humanitarian assistance is critical, to see the situation on the ground. is proud to support those missions
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WFP Tanzania Oct 15
WFP Tanzania injected US$ 23 million into the national economy through food purchases and transportation in 2017? What's next? Now, is partnering with the University of Dar es Salaam Business School and UPS to pilot a training to build capacity of drivers 🚛
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World Food Programme Oct 14
WFP is working with and to get assistance out to survivors of the earthquake as quickly and as efficiently as possible. With more aid arriving every day, coordination is key!
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UNHRD Oct 11
Since May, UNHRD operations have dispatched 190 MT of critical relief items & equipment to the Democratic Republic of Congo on behalf of & ’s response. personal protective equipment kits have been loaded from UNHRD Dubai ➡️ now en route to .
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Jakob Kern Oct 11
Did you know that conventional discharge uses “grabs” to move goods from ships to shore when “vacuvators” or vacuum suction systems to silos are not available? Four 5-ton grabs working simultaneously can discharge 3,000 tons/day, so food can quickly reach those who need it.
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@WFP_AsiaPacific Oct 8
Humanitarian organisations are working around the clock to get aid to vulnerable families in 🇮🇩 is supporting & by flying tents and generators to . staff are providing logistics support.
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WFP Middle East Oct 6
This week in Tunisia: trucks in Zarzis free zone, loaded w/ food rations & vegetable oil for more than 20k people in need, destined to Tripoli, .
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Jakob Kern Oct 8
Great to read motivating pieces from dedicated young people on the ground. This one is from Lila, who's just been deployed as an Information Management Officer with -led in Sudan.
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WFP Middle East Oct 8
Here’s Kisweh warehouse, the largest storage & packaging facility in , in numbers: >19,000 m2 total storage space, 42,000 metric tons of food storage capacity, 12,000 food rations per day packaging capacity.
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WFP Indonesia Oct 9
. and are putting up the first of the newly-arrived Mobile Storage Units at Airport. The units will speed up storage and distribution of aid supplies. Good thing there are many hands on board to help - the wind is strong today!
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WFP_Chad Oct 3
Yesterday saved Nydal’s life: In less than 12 hours, this mother and her new-born twins were transferred from Am Djarass to N’Djamena (about 1,200 km away) as she was in a very critical condition of preeclampsia. and requested this medical evacuation.
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Jakob Kern Oct 4
that devices called “Spreaders” can lift six to eight 1-ton bundles of “jumbo bags” side by side? uses this simple but highly effective solution to reduce time in discharging ships so live saving food can reach hungry people faster. Every minute counts
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Jakob Kern Oct 3
When private transporters don’t operate in difficult terrain, uses its own trucks to deliver food to those in need. A truck, with its dedicated staff, battles muddy roads to deliver food in during the rainy season. Foto: WFP/Amadou Adamou
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@WFP_AsiaPacific Oct 1
More than 1.200 people have died as a devastating earthquake and tsunami have hit . Logistics officers from have been deployed to Sulawesi to support the government's relief efforts.
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WFP West Africa Sep 28
Over land 🚛, through water 🚢 or air 🛫 we reach 91.4 million hungry people each year.
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Jakob Kern Sep 28
Drones are the future. They have huge potential to enhance ’s ability for last mile delivery of high valued food and other relief items! Following last week’s successful test flight of , a 1.5 MT capacity drone, WFP continues to explore opportunities in this area.
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Jakob Kern Sep 29
This is at its core, delivering over 3 million metric tons of food every year to the people most in need around the globe. That is the equivalent of 10% of the total weight of the Great Wall of China.
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