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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Koussere, Cameroon, 25 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time.  In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Koussere  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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Ndokayo, Cameroon, 23 July 2017  The World Food Programme’s Food Assistance for Assets (FFA) initiative addresses immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers, while at the same time it promotes the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience.  FFA activities aim to create healthier natural environments, reduce the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to natural disasters over time. In Cameroon, WFP is helping internally displaced people and host communities develop resilience activities that consist in building retention ponds that will irrigate crops during the lean season.  In the photo: Food assistance for assets in Ndokayo  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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