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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 22 April 2020  Directly from a WFP warehouse in the Dominican Republic, the Progresina Supercereal and the Chispitas Solidarias (sprinkles) supplement are handed over to the Vice Presidency of the Republic and to PROSOLI (Dominican Republic’s Social Protection Programme).  The Progresina and sprinkles will reach 130,000 vulnerable people who cannot access health promotion services due to shelter-in-place orders that restrict movements to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.   Photo: WFP/Karolyn Ureña
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 22 April 2020  Directly from a WFP warehouse in the Dominican Republic, the Progresina Supercereal and the Chispitas Solidarias (sprinkles) supplement are handed over to the Vice Presidency of the Republic and to PROSOLI (Dominican Republic’s Social Protection Programme).  The Progresina and sprinkles will reach 130,000 vulnerable people who cannot access health promotion services due to shelter-in-place orders that restrict movements to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.   Photo: WFP/Karolyn Ureña
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 20 April 2020  Directly from a WFP warehouse in the Dominican Republic, the Progresina Supercereal and the Chispitas Solidarias (sprinkles) supplement are handed over to the Vice Presidency of the Republic and to PROSOLI (Dominican Republic’s Social Protection Programme).  The Progresina and sprinkles will reach 130,000 vulnerable people who cannot access health promotion services due to shelter-in-place orders that restrict movements to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.   In the Photo: the WFP Representative, Romain Sirois (right), during the handover.   Photo: WFP/Karolyn Ureña
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 20 April 2020  Directly from a WFP warehouse in the Dominican Republic, the Progresina Supercereal and the Chispitas Solidarias (sprinkles) supplement are handed over to the Vice Presidency of the Republic and to PROSOLI (Dominican Republic’s Social Protection Programme).  The Progresina and sprinkles will reach 130,000 vulnerable people who cannot access health promotion services due to shelter-in-place orders that restrict movements to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.   In the Photo: the Vice President of the Dominican Republic, Margarita Cedeño de Fernández (left), and WFP Representative, Romain Sirois (right), during the handover.   Photo: WFP/Karolyn Ureña
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 20 April 2020  Directly from a WFP warehouse in the Dominican Republic, the Progresina Supercereal and the Chispitas Solidarias (sprinkles) supplement are handed over to the Vice Presidency of the Republic and to PROSOLI (Dominican Republic’s Social Protection Programme).  The Progresina and sprinkles will reach 130,000 vulnerable people who cannot access health promotion services due to shelter-in-place orders that restrict movements to contain the spread of the Coronavirus.   Photo: WFP/Karolyn Ureña
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 21 March 2020  WFP Representative, Romain Sirois, handed over to Wandy Robles of Comedores Económicos (public canteens) in the Dominican Republic 50 protection masks, 400 plastic protective suits, 400 plastic gloves and 100 plastic aprons to safeguard the health and safety of the canteen staff distributing food to the most vulnerable people.   The donation is part of the activities carried out within the framework of the "Humanitarian Corridors of the Caribbean" project, with the financial support of the EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO).   Photo: WFP/Marcelle Rodriguez
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 21 March 2020  WFP Representative, Romain Sirois, handed over to Wandy Robles of Comedores Económicos (public canteens) in the Dominican Republic 50 protection masks, 400 plastic protective suits, 400 plastic gloves and 100 plastic aprons to safeguard the health and safety of the canteen staff distributing food to the most vulnerable people.   The donation is part of the activities carried out within the framework of the "Humanitarian Corridors of the Caribbean" project, with the financial support of the EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO).   Photo: WFP/Marcelle Rodriguez
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Dominican Republic, Cambita Garabitos, 26 May 2017  Angel Buitrago is an IT officer in the World Food Programme (WFP)’s regional bureau in Panama. Here he provides a first-hand account of his use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), or drones, during an emergency — and discusses the huge potential for this fast-evolving technology in tackling and preventing humanitarian catastrophes. Angel Buitrago helped to pilot a drone after two hurricanes in the Caribbean.  In the Photo: Angel Buitrago holding a drone pilot training in Cambita Garabitos, Dominican Republic.  Photo: WFP/Angel Buitrago
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 04 August 2016  Angel Buitrago is an IT officer in the World Food Programme (WFP)’s regional bureau in Panama. Here he provides a first-hand account of his use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), or drones, during an emergency — and discusses the huge potential for this fast-evolving technology in tackling and preventing humanitarian catastrophes. Angel Buitrago helped to pilot a drone after two hurricanes in the Caribbean.  In the Photo: Angel Buitrago holding a drone pilot training with representatives from the governments, and also some from universities, private sector and other UN agencies.  Photo: WFP/Katiusca Gonzalez
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Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, 04 August 2016  Angel Buitrago is an IT officer in the World Food Programme (WFP)’s regional bureau in Panama. Here he provides a first-hand account of his use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), or drones, during an emergency — and discusses the huge potential for this fast-evolving technology in tackling and preventing humanitarian catastrophes. Angel Buitrago helped to pilot a drone after two hurricanes in the Caribbean.  In the Photo: Angel Buitrago holding a drone pilot training with representatives from the governments, and also some from universities, private sector and other UN agencies.  Photo: WFP/Katiusca Gonzalez
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Dominican Republic November 2007  WFP continues to deliver food aid to the people in isolated areas affected by Hurricane Noel.  The Dominican Republic Red Cross is WFP's main partner during the storm emergency. Infrastructure damaged by the storm makes delivering food quite difficult.  Photo: WFP/Elio Rujano
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Dominican Republic November 2007  WFP continues to deliver food aid to the people in isolated areas affected by Hurricane Noel. This woman was injured years ago in a car accident and was left homeless by the devastation by the Hurricane.  Photo: WFP/Elio Rujano
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.   Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive. US Coast Guard helicopter rescue crews offer support by providing indispensable air support for isolated areas.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.   Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive. US Coast Guard helicopter rescue crews offer support by providing indispensable air support for isolated areas.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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Dominican Republic November 2007  During the night of Monday October 29th, tropical Storm "Noel" hit the southern shore of the Dominican Republic leaving a path of destruction, and flooding extensive areas across the country. As rivers broke their banks damaging roads and infrastructure, thousands of people had no choice but to take refuge on the roofs of their flooded homes and wait for help to arrive.  Photo: WFP/Alejandro Chicheri
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