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Burundi, Bujumbura, 9 November 2018  From left to right: - Ms Virginia Villar Arribas, WFP Country Director - Mr Djaounsede Pardon, WFP Communications Officer  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 9 November 2018  Ms Virginia Villar Arribas, WFP Country Director  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 9 November 2018  Ms Virginia Villar Arribas, WFP Country Director  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 9 November 2018  Ms Virginia Villar Arribas, WFP Country Director  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: a truck leaves the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: a truck leaves the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: a truck leaves the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: a truck leaves the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: a truck leaves the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: outside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: outside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: outside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: Mr Moses Awiru, production manager at the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: Mr Moses Awiru, production manager at the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: Mr Moses Awiru, production manager at the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: Mr Moses Awiru, production manager at the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Burundi, Bujumbura, 8 November 2018  In 2014, the European Union and IFAD set up a Solidarity Chain among Burundian farmers in Gitega to help them improve their livelihoods, creating and supporting 12 farmer cooperatives to manage and support the production of milk.  To facilitate the commercialization of milk, WFP and the EU partnered with Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB), the only Ultra High Temperature (UHT) sterilized milk factory in Burundi. The Netherlands funded the sterilization equipment and WFP provided capacity building on milk quality standards, processing and control.   In the Photo: inside the Modern Dairy Burundi (MDB) in Bujumbura, Burundi. The milk produced by MDB is utilized by WFP school meals programmes in Gitega. WFP currently purchases 12% of the factory's annual sales while it was previously 80%. WFP-provided milk is one of the only sources of animal protein that children receive in the country.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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