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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Little boys among the 20 000 new Central African Republic refugees that arrived in Chad at the beginning of 2018.   Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Amadou Saadou received emergency food assistance through vouchers when he arrived in Chad early in 2018.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: A woman cooking in Doholo refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Refugee children and kids from the village are sharing their meal.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: A woman living in Doholo refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Two-year-old Seraphin is crying and coughing. Her mother, a refugee from Central African Republic, soothes him.   Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: A child from Central African Republic living at Doholo refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Doholo refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region.  14 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: A mother and her child living in Doholo refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Gondje refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region. 13 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Ruth fled Central African Republic with her daughter Melissa (4 years old) in December 2017.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Gondje refugee camp, Logone Oriental Region. 13 February 2018.  WFP provides life-saving food and nutritional assistance to 370,000 refugees from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR) hosted in 19 camps and some villages spread from the North-East to the South of Chad. In January 2018, 20,000 people crossed the border from CAR to Chad - the largest movement of refugees from that country, exceeding the total number for 2017 (2,000). At the same time, 102,000 Chadians who fled violence in CAR in 2013 still live in transit sites and host villages in the South of Chad.  In the Photo: Melissa is four years old and fled Central African Republic with her mother Ruth in December 2017.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Farchana, Ouaddaï. 29 January 2018.  Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Zara Abdoulaye Mahamat is 62 years old and leads the women’s group.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Farchana, Ouaddaï. 29 January 2018.  Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Ndeingar Toutoadoum, WFP Chad’s Senior Programme Officer, during a discussion with people involved in the FFA project.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Farchana, Ouaddaï. 29 January 2018.  Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Men working around the irrigation canals: access to water is essential to have a fresh vegetable production.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Farchana, Ouaddaï. 29 January 2018.  Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: The new well of irrigation canals: access to water is essential to have a fresh vegetable production.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Farchana, Ouaddaï. 29 January 2018.  Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Women from Farchana.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Zobo, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   A women’s group created in 2014 is working on the site with the support of WFP through the cash for asset creation activities. More than 160 women are involved in the project which has seen the construction of a well, irrigation channels, a water pump and improved fuel-efficient stoves.  In the Photo: A child from Zobo.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Zobo, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   A women’s group created in 2014 is working on the site with the support of WFP through the cash for asset creation activities. More than 160 women are involved in the project which has seen the construction of a well, irrigation channels, a water pump and improved fuel-efficient stoves.  In the Photo: A woman from Zobo.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Zobo, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   A women’s group created in 2014 is working on the site with the support of WFP through the cash for asset creation activities. More than 160 women are involved in the project which has seen the construction of a well, irrigation channels, a water pump and improved fuel-efficient stoves.  In the Photo: A woman from Zobo.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Zobo, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   A women’s group created in 2014 is working on the site with the support of WFP through the cash for asset creation activities. More than 160 women are involved in the project which has seen the construction of a well, irrigation channels, a water pump and improved fuel-efficient stoves.  In the Photo: Sadia Ali, president of the women’s group created in 2014. “We rely on our own strengths, we can feed our families, sell the surplus, buy medicine and as you have seen we also have an improved fireplace that saves us firewood: cooking is faster.”   Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Souka, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   At Souka, 185 people are hard at work. They have constructed an 834-meter dyke and a 27-metre wide (and 2 metres deep) water pond to retain water which has enabled them to increase cultivation of off season crops — grown after the rainy season as the water recedes.  In the Photo: Souleymane Ahmat, a 48-year-old father of eight children, who works on the site. “It is hard work but the results are encouraging. This year, with the construction of the dyke, we have increased the cultivating area by ​​2,500 square meters,” he says.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Souka, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   At Souka, 185 people are hard at work. They have constructed an 834-meter dyke and a 27-metre wide (and 2 metres deep) water pond to retain water which has enabled them to increase cultivation of off season crops — grown after the rainy season as the water recedes.  In the Photo: Ahmat Adam. “We are very happy, the community has come closer, we are more united, determined to continue this momentum and to grow even more crops,” says Ahmat Adam, a 69-year-old father of 25 children and husband of four wives.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Souka, Batha region. 7 November 2017.  Chad’s arid Sahel region is prone to droughts, food shortages and high levels of malnutrition but the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with local communities on projects that would enable people cope with shocks.   At Souka, 185 people are hard at work. They have constructed an 834-meter dyke and a 27-metre wide (and 2 metres deep) water pond to retain water which has enabled them to increase cultivation of off season crops — grown after the rainy season as the water recedes.  In the Photo: Ahmat Adam and another woman from Souka working for a common goal. “We are very happy, the community has come closer, we are more united, determined to continue this momentum and to grow even more crops,” says Ahmat Adam, a 69-year-old father of 25 children and husband of four wives.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Bouloungou, Kanem Region. 22 June 2017.  The large freshwater Lake Chad basin is a lifeline for the four nations that it straddles (Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria) but drought and the Boko Haram conflict have further fragilized the people who live on its shores.   Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Adoum Moussa in a field of cassava.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Bouloungou, Kanem Region. 22 June 2017.  The large freshwater Lake Chad basin is a lifeline for the four nations that it straddles (Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria) but drought and the Boko Haram conflict have further fragilized the people who live on its shores.   Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Hawa is one of the participants of the food for assets programme.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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Chad, Wadichagara, Kanem Region. 22 June 2017.  The large freshwater Lake Chad basin is a lifeline for the four nations that it straddles (Chad, Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria) but drought and the Boko Haram conflict have further fragilized the people who live on its shores.   Food for Assets initiatives address immediate food needs through cash, voucher or food transfers while at the same time promote the building or rehabilitation of assets that will improve long-term food security and resilience. In Chad, the initiatives also help local communities to improve their crop production and build resilience while giving them support to tide them through the lean season and beyond.  In the Photo: Water is a key element and the irrigation system is the masterpiece of the project.  Photo: WFP/Nathalie Magnien
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