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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: Group photo of WFP SubOffice staff and David Beasley, WFP's Executive Director.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: A meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: A meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: A meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: A meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: A meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley during a meeting with Tundouf SubOffice staff.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director discusses with Programme officer Soazic Dupuy the high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director discusses with Programme officer Soazic Dupuy the high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director discusses with Programme officer Soazic Dupuy the high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: Sahrawi refugee engineer Taleb Brahim shows WFP's Executive Director David Beasley fresh fodder grown in high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: Sahrawi refugee engineer Taleb Brahim shows WFP's Executive Director David Beasley fresh fodder grown in high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: View of high-tech hydroponic unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP staff, partners and David Beasley, WFP's Executive Director in front of high-tech unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP staff, partners and David Beasley, WFP's Executive Director in front of high-tech unit.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley talking with Programme Officer Soazic Dupuy and refugee engineer Taleb Brahim in front of WFP’s high-tech hydroponic unit.   Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: View of the high-tech hydroponic unit and Sahrawi refugee engineer Taleb Brahim.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley (left) drinking tea with the President of the Sahrawi Red Crescent (middle) and WFP Algeria Country Director Romain Sirois in traditional family tent   Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: WFP's Executive Director David Beasley drinking tea in traditional Sahrawi family tent Khaima.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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Algeria, Smara refugee camp, Tindouf. 8 December 2017.  Algeria has hosted refugees from Western Sahara since 1975 in what has become one of the world’s most protracted refugee crises. WFP aims to enhance the food security in the Sahrawi refugee camps with complementary activities like hydroponics that contribute to the resilience of the refugees. Through these activities, WFP offers occupational opportunities by building on existing and external skills and expertise, in combination with small business management skills.  In the Photo: Sahrawi refugee woman preparing the traditional tea.  Photo: WFP/Mustapha Bribi
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