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Ecuador, Pedro Moncayo Canton, Tupigachi Parish, 02 April 2019  Climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that have had a huge impact on smallholder farmers in this region.  In response to their needs, WFP has initiated the Fortalecimiento de la Resiliencia de las Comunidades ante los efectos adversos del cambio Climático con énfasis en Seguridad Alimentaria (FORECCSA) project in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities. 50 families in this province are benefitting from a community irrigation scheme that allows them to collect and control the delivery of water to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing.  Two reservoirs have been constructed to support the initiative and the resulting strawberry harvests are generating increased income for the local community.  In the Photo: Dam construction for strawberry growing project in Pedro Moncayo Canton, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Pedro Moncayo Canton, Tupigachi Parish, 02 April 2019  Climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that have had a huge impact on smallholder farmers in this region.  In response to their needs, WFP has initiated the Fortalecimiento de la Resiliencia de las Comunidades ante los efectos adversos del cambio Climático con énfasis en Seguridad Alimentaria (FORECCSA) project in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities. 50 families in this province are benefitting from a community irrigation scheme that allows them to collect and control the delivery of water to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing.  Two reservoirs have been constructed to support the initiative and the resulting strawberry harvests are generating increased income for the local community.  In the Photo: AED Valerie Guanieri, visiting location for strawberry growing project in Pedro Moncayo Canton, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Pedro Moncayo Canton, Tupigachi Parish, 02 April 2019  Climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that have had a huge impact on smallholder farmers in this region.  In response to their needs, WFP has initiated the Fortalecimiento de la Resiliencia de las Comunidades ante los efectos adversos del cambio Climático con énfasis en Seguridad Alimentaria (FORECCSA) project in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities. 50 families in this province are benefitting from a community irrigation scheme that allows them to collect and control the delivery of water to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing.  Two reservoirs have been constructed to support the initiative and the resulting strawberry harvests are generating increased income for the local community.  In the Photo: Woman smallholder farmer inside growing area for strawberries at project in Pedro Moncayo Canton, Ecuador  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Pedro Moncayo Canton, Tupigachi Parish, 02 April 2019  Climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that have had a huge impact on smallholder farmers in this region.  In response to their needs, WFP has initiated the Fortalecimiento de la Resiliencia de las Comunidades ante los efectos adversos del cambio Climático con énfasis en Seguridad Alimentaria (FORECCSA) project in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities. 50 families in this province are benefitting from a community irrigation scheme that allows them to collect and control the delivery of water to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing.  Two reservoirs have been constructed to support the initiative and the resulting strawberry harvests are generating increased income for the local community.  In the Photo: Woman smallholder farmer inside growing area for strawberries at project in Pedro Moncayo Canton, Ecuador  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Pedro Moncayo Canton, Tupigachi Parish, 02 April 2019  Climate change has affected rainfall patterns, leading to droughts that have had a huge impact on smallholder farmers in this region.  In response to their needs, WFP has initiated the Fortalecimiento de la Resiliencia de las Comunidades ante los efectos adversos del cambio Climático con énfasis en Seguridad Alimentaria (FORECCSA) project in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture and local authorities. 50 families in this province are benefitting from a community irrigation scheme that allows them to collect and control the delivery of water to support small-scale agricultural projects such as strawberry growing.  Two reservoirs have been constructed to support the initiative and the resulting strawberry harvests are generating increased income for the local community.  In the Photo: Women smallholder farmers inside growing area for strawberries at project in Pedro Moncayo Canton, Ecuador  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feed within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: A stduent at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador stands next to the school vegetable plat.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Turnip (left) and cauliflower (right) seedlings growing in the school seedbed at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Turnip seedlings growing in the school seedbed at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feed within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: A seedbed prepared with various vegetables (onions, spinach and carrots) at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: WFP Assistant Executive Director, Valerie Guarnieri (in pink jacket) and other staff members tour a seedbed at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Manuel Freile Larrea School, Ibarra Canton, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: A plate of a food from the school canteen at Manuel Freille Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feed within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Children enjoy a lunch time meal served with watermelons at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feed within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Children enjoy a lunch time meal served with watermelons at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Children enjoy a lunch time meal served with watermelons at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Cooks serve lunch to school children at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: A cook serves lunch to school children at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: School boys waiting for lunch to be served at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: School girls waiting for lunch to be served at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Manuel Freile Larrea School, Ibarra Canton, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: WFP Assistant Executive Director, Valerie Guarnieri and the Country Director for Ecuador, Mario Touchette inspect vegetables and fruit delivered at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: A sign (in Spanish) at the students' canteen at Manuel Freile Larrea school in Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Accompanied by WFP staff, the Assistant Executive Director, Valerie Guarnieri (in pink jacket) and the Regional Director for Panama, Miguel Barreto (in blue polo shirt) talk to students at Manuel Freile Larrea School in Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, Manuel Freile Larrea School, 02 April 2019  WFP works with smallholder farmer associations, linking them to stable and dependable markets. At Manuel Freile Larrea (MFL), a local school for instance, produce from the farmers is used to provide a varied diet of fresh vegetables (chickpeas), fruit and grains (quinoa) to the students as part of the school meals programme.  There are about 120 children at MFL school aged between 3-14 years old.  As part of the programme, they are involved in the cultivation of fresh vegetables whose seedlings they also take to grow at home with their families. They also use the yields from the crop farm as feeds within the school chicken coop to promote egg-laying.  In the Photo: Students at Manuel Freile Larrea school, Ecuador, leaving their classroom for lunch.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, 02 April 2019  A visit to the home of Yamileth Maribel Suarez Moira, a Venezuelan single-mother of four children, living in a rented room in the town of Ibarra, Ecuador. Driven by the ongoing internal crisis in the country, Yamileth is among an estimated 950,000 Venezuelan refugees who fled to Ecuador. She shares a room with her sister-in-law, Yexic Lucena and her child. All 7 of them share this space in a house rented with three other Venezuelan refugee families.  The World Food Programme provides Yamileth with $25 food vouchers for each of her family members and she generates additional income from selling biscuits and fruit to drivers along various traffic light stops in the town.   In the Photo: From left to right, Yexic, Gilbert and Yamileth stand at the entrance to their house in Ibarra, Ecuador. A dog in the background stares on.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, 02 April 2019  A visit to the home of Yamileth Maribel Suarez Moira, a Venezuelan single-mother of four children, living in a rented room in the town of Ibarra, Ecuador. Driven by the ongoing internal crisis in the country, Yamileth is among an estimated 950,000 Venezuelan refugees who fled to Ecuador. She shares a room with her sister-in-law, Yexic Lucena and her child. All 7 of them share this space in a house rented with three other Venezuelan refugee families.  The World Food Programme provides Yamileth with $25 food vouchers for each of her family members and she generates additional income from selling biscuits and fruit to drivers along various traffic light stops in the town.   In the Photo: Yexic Lucena, a mother to Gilbert and sister-in-law to Yamileth, a refugee from Venezuela sitting in the house they share in Ibarra, Ecuador.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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Ecuador, Imbabura, Ibarra, 02 April 2019  A visit to the home of Yamileth Maribel Suarez Moira, a Venezuelan single-mother of four children, living in a rented room in the town of Ibarra, Ecuador. Driven by the ongoing internal crisis in the country, Yamileth is among an estimated 950,000 Venezuelan refugees who fled to Ecuador. She shares a room with her sister-in-law, Yexic Lucena and her child. All 7 of them share this space in a house rented with three other Venezuelan refugee families.  The World Food Programme provides Yamileth with $25 food vouchers for each of her family members and she generates additional income from selling biscuits and fruit to drivers along various traffic light stops in the town.   In the Photo: Some of the vegetables (garlic, tomatoes, carrots) and a spice packet in Yamileth's kitchen.  Photo: WFP/Gregory Barrow
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