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Burundi, Bujumbura, May 2010  When an emergency strikes, the ability to communicate is crucial. Humanitarian responders rely on Information Technology tools for numerous aspects of their operations from reporting, coordination and communication, to ensuring the security and safety of staff in the field. As the environment in which humanitarian responders operate becomes increasingly complex and unstable, the need for efficiency and security becomes even more demanding. EPIC is an innovative and cutting-edge solution to meet the increasing demands for efficiency in communication and coordination in humanitarian work. Through providing unique and bespoke infrastructure, hardware and software solutions to technological limitations previously experienced by responders in the field, EPIC assists users in carrying out their emergency operations efficiently, effectively and safely. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s frontline humanitarian agency for urgent hunger needs. In addition to WFP’s core responsibility in reducing hunger and under-nutrition, WFP is also leading the humanitarian community in emergencies in terms of IT services. As lead of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC), WFP has extensive IT experience in humanitarian emergencies. WFP is also a leading agency in the UN ‘Delivering as One’ IT initiative, and is the focal point for security telecommunications issues within the humanitarian community. UN agencies and NGOs are partnering with WFP to further develop and expand the capabilities of EPIC. The EPIC team works with owners of technologies and applications already used in emergencies to determine how they can be used for the benefit of the entire humanitarian community. EPIC is being developed for the humanitarian community, by the humanitarian community, through WFP.   Road Safty training – Off road training in Bujumbura.  Photo: WFP/Pierre Petry
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Burundi, Ngozi, February 2006  Rwandan children in the UNHCR Musasa transit camp for Rwandan asylum seekers in Northern Burundi. More than 20 000 asylum have recebtly arrived in Burundi. Thousands of rwandan asylum seekers receive WFP food, in this UNHCR transit camp.  Photo:WFP/Stephanie Savariaud
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  Institute Saint Kizito, Centre for Handicapped Children (Bujumbura); they make 30 tricycles per month which they sell all over the country in order to help with the funding. WFP provides food for the children of this centre which was created in 1965. The centre includes a school (boarding and day school); it produces orthopaedic prosthetics and other self-sustaining activities, such as producing tricycles for handicap people. Currently it has 233 pupils (163 handicap and the rest non-handicap).   Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  A view of Ijenda's area.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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Burundi, February 2009  The inhabitants of Ijenda are for the most part farmers. Tea is the main product of this land and many of them are members of the Tea Association.  Photo: WFP/Laura Melo
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