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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 17 June 2017  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  On June 17, the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the WFP met with residents of the San Antonio del Sur, Imías, and Punta de Maisí municipalities, which comprise the most drought-vulnerable municipalities in the country. They talked about their abilities and creativity as stewards of the land loomed large.  In the photo: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought in Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 16 June 2017  WFP is supporting the Government’s response to climate-related hazards in Cuba, contributing to the integration of food security analysis into national early-warning systems for drought and hurricanes, and help disseminate this information to national and local decision makers. Separately, an emergency contingency stock has been established, enabling WFP, in case of a natural disaster, to provide assistance to nearly 275,000 people for one month.  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  In the photo: Drought resilience activities in San Antonio del Sur, Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 16 June 2017  WFP is supporting the Government’s response to climate-related hazards in Cuba, contributing to the integration of food security analysis into national early-warning systems for drought and hurricanes, and help disseminate this information to national and local decision makers. Separately, an emergency contingency stock has been established, enabling WFP, in case of a natural disaster, to provide assistance to nearly 275,000 people for one month.  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  In the photo: Drought resilience activities in San Antonio del Sur, Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Marianela González
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Cuba, San Antonio del Sur, 16 June 2017  WFP is supporting the Government’s response to climate-related hazards in Cuba, contributing to the integration of food security analysis into national early-warning systems for drought and hurricanes, and help disseminate this information to national and local decision makers. Separately, an emergency contingency stock has been established, enabling WFP, in case of a natural disaster, to provide assistance to nearly 275,000 people for one month.  The World Food Programme helps support rural families in Cuba’s drought-affected areas to determine the food and nutrition vulnerabilities related to the phenomenon, as well as to reduce the connected risks.  In the photo: Drought resilience activities in San Antonio del Sur, Cuba.  Photo: WFP/Yursys Miranda
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