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Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 240.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  Women line-up during a WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 246.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 200.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 184.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 167.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  Women line-up during a WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 273.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  Women line-up during a WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 143.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  Women line-up during a WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 173.00 kb
 
Chad, Djabal camp, 26 March 2020  Women line-up during a WFP food distribution to Sudanese refugees in Djabal camp, Chad.  Photo: WFP/Claude Kamdem
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1008 x 756 px 35.56 x 26.67 cm 232.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 82.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 61.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 73.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 63.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 80.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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780 x 1040 px 27.52 x 36.69 cm 79.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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780 x 1040 px 27.52 x 36.69 cm 68.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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1040 x 780 px 36.69 x 27.52 cm 66.00 kb
 
Chad, Abeche airport (Ouaddaï Region), 20 March 2020  To continue enabling humanitarian workers to reach the furthest behind, UNHAS Chad has put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   In the Photo: Hygiene and Sanitation in the airport of Abeche.  Photo: WFP/Sonia Assoue
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780 x 1040 px 27.52 x 36.69 cm 65.00 kb
 
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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4022 x 2681 px 141.89 x 94.58 cm 1432.00 kb
 
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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4591 x 3061 px 161.96 x 107.99 cm 2326.00 kb
 
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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4592 x 3061 px 162.00 x 107.99 cm 1894.00 kb
 
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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3458 x 2306 px 121.99 x 81.35 cm 897.00 kb
 
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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2139 x 1427 px 75.46 x 50.34 cm 472.00 kb
 
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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