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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela), 25 April 2018  Lack of food and medicine is driving people to leave Venezuela in droves. Colombia faces enormous challenges at the border due to the unprecedented influx of migrants. To date, over 1 million people have crossed from Venezuela and some 660.000 have stayed. The Colombian Government has asked the United Nations for support with the influx of migrants. WFP is committed to assist Colombia and to contribute to an Integrated UN Response Plan.  In the Photo: Venezuelan citizens enter Paraguachón, department of La Guajira, (bordering Venezuela).  Photo: WFP/Carlos Diago
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Colombia, Cúcuta, Norte de Santander. 12 March 2018.  Lack of food and medicine forces Venezuelans to migrate in droves to Colombia. According to Migration Colombia, each day more than 43,000 Venezuelans and Colombian returnees cross the Simón Bolívar bridge, which connects the cities of San Antonio del Táchira and Cúcuta. This is only one of 7 legal entry points but more than 110 illegal crossings exist.   David Beasley, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, visited the area on 12 March to see the situation at first hand and to hear the stories of the migrants. He appealed to international leaders to help immediately “so that children and women have food and meet their basic needs” and said that WFP is committed to support the Government of Colombia in dealing with the unprecedented influx of migrants.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley (right) on the Simón Bolívar bridge between Venezuela and Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Norha Restrepo
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Colombia, Cúcuta, Norte de Santander. 12 March 2018.  Lack of food and medicine forces Venezuelans to migrate in droves to Colombia. According to Migration Colombia, each day more than 43,000 Venezuelans and Colombian returnees cross the Simón Bolívar bridge, which connects the cities of San Antonio del Táchira and Cúcuta. This is only one of 7 legal entry points but more than 110 illegal crossings exist.   David Beasley, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, visited the area on 12 March to see the situation at first hand and to hear the stories of the migrants. He appealed to international leaders to help immediately “so that children and women have food and meet their basic needs” and said that WFP is committed to support the Government of Colombia in dealing with the unprecedented influx of migrants.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley (right) on the Simón Bolívar bridge between Venezuela and Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Norha Restrepo
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Colombia, Cúcuta, Norte de Santander. 12 March 2018.  Lack of food and medicine forces Venezuelans to migrate in droves to Colombia. According to Migration Colombia, each day more than 43,000 Venezuelans and Colombian returnees cross the Simón Bolívar bridge, which connects the cities of San Antonio del Táchira and Cúcuta. This is only one of 7 legal entry points but more than 110 illegal crossings exist.   David Beasley, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, visited the area on 12 March to see the situation at first hand and to hear the stories of the migrants. He appealed to international leaders to help immediately “so that children and women have food and meet their basic needs” and said that WFP is committed to support the Government of Colombia in dealing with the unprecedented influx of migrants.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley (right) on the Simón Bolívar bridge between Venezuela and Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Norha Restrepo
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Men in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Old woman's hands in Colombia.    Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Old woman's hands in Colombia.    Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Working on tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Woman with baby weaving tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Woman working on tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Working on tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Working on tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Women weaving tapestry in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Group Portrait of Men in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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Colombia, 22 February 2015    The northern Department of La Guajira is among the poorest in Colombia and is home to a significant portion of the country’s indigenous people. WFP has been implementing relief and recovery activities in La Guajira since 2010 to meet urgent needs of the population, working to improve living conditions, food security, nutrition, and to strengthen livelihoods resilience among communities affected by the armed conflict and/or natural disasters, especially drought.   In this photo: Man in Colombia.   Photo: WFP/Mike Bloem
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