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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Ceremony on 27 May. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Checking the distribution plan in county level. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Counting the number of cases for IDP camp. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Counting the quantity of vegetable oil for IDP camp. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Off-load oil from truck to IDP camp. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Interviewed by CCTV at Sangzao IDP Camp. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Sangzao IDP Camp, eating Instant noodles. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Sangzao IDP Camp, eating instant noodles. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, Sangzao.  May 2008  Oil in Anxian warehouse. WFP worked in close collaboration with the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT) and the Chinese Government to assist the victims in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter scale, and killed tens of thousands.   Photo: WFP/Wang Guibling
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, March 2001    On October 2001, United Nations World Food Programme Executive Director Catherine Bertini announced  the appointment of former US Senator George McGovern as the agency’s first Global Ambassador on Hunger. McGovern will act as the agency’s world-wide advocate on hunger issues and promote programs focused on poor children and mothers as ways to eradicate long-term hunger and poverty.  A child of the Great Depression and a decorated WWII veteran who was witness to widespread hunger and poverty in war-torn Europe, McGovern has devoted his life to furthering the cause of the hungry poor in the United States and around the world. As the first director of the US Food for Peace Program appointed by President John F. Kennedy in 1961, he was instrumental in founding WFP. Forty years later, the organization has become the largest humanitarian aid agency in the world. It provides life-saving food aid to millions every year in both emergency and development projects.  McGovern served in the US Senate in 1962, was re-elected in 1968 and once again in 1974. He ran for the US presidency on the Democratic Party ticket in 1972.  Over the past 25 years, he has held appointments to several UN posts. Last month, he finished three and one half years as the US representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture in Rome, Italy.  During his tenure in the Senate, McGovern was at the helm of creating and promoting key government nutrition programs. Together with Republican Senator Bob Dole, he sponsored joint legislation in the early 1970s that ensured a nutritious meal each day at school for poor American children.     McGovern is also the author of a book on how to fight global hunger. Published last Spring, Ending World Hunger in Our Time lays out a strategy to end world hunger by focusing on programs that feed and educate poor children.    Photo:WFP/Tom Haskell
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China, July 2002  Child beneficiary of WFP's school feeding programme in China.  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  Qinghai Province, China.   Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  Qinghai Province, China.   Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  Electric kettle, rural China style.   Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  Old man in Kaang Village, Qinghai Province, China  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  A future student for WFP's school feeding programme in Kaang Village in Qinghai Province, China.  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  School Feeding distribution in Kaang village, Qinghai Province, China. Families receive a monthly ration of wheat in return for sending their child to school every day.  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  Father of child who receives an education thanks to WFP's school feeding programme in Kaang Village, Qinghai Province, China.  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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China, Qinghai, July 2002  A mother and her daughter prepare to collect their ration of wheat after the youngster completes another month of schooling thanks to the food incentive given by WFP in exchnage for the girls education.  Photo: WFP/Michael Huggins
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