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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 14 Februrary 2017  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: smallholder farmers harvest fresh legumes and vegetables for the school meals programme being implemented in local schools. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 14 Februrary 2017  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: smallholder farmers harvest fresh legumes and vegetables for the school meals programme being implemented in local schools. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 14 Februrary 2017  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: smallholder farmers harvest fresh legumes and vegetables for the school meals programme being implemented in local schools. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 14 Februrary 2017  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: a smallholder farming association prepares food baskets to deliver to schools every week for the school meals programme. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 14 Februrary 2017  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: a smallholder farming association prepares food baskets to deliver to schools every week for the school meals programme. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Esmereldas Province, Muisne, 29 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children at a school supported by WFP's school meals programme in Muisne.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, 28 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: a smallholder farmer harvests fresh cucumber. Farmers' organisations receive technical assistance and capacity building from WFP, who prioritises organisations with a majority of women members.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 27 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children at a school supported by WFP's school meals programme in Zuleta.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 27 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children enjoy their home-grown school meals at a school in Zuleta, which help them to concentrate better in class.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 27 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children enjoy their home-grown school meals at a school in Zuleta, which help them to concentrate better in class.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 27 November 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children enjoy their home-grown school meals at a school in Zuleta, which help them to concentrate better in class.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 31 October 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children enjoy their home-grown school meals at a school in Zuleta, which help them to concentrate better in class.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 31 October 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: children enjoy their home-grown school meals at a school in Zuleta, which help them to concentrate better in class.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Imbabura Province, Zuleta, 30 October 2016  WFP implements a home-grown school meals programme in Ecuador. Linking smallholder farmers to schools is doubly beneficial in supporting local agricultural production and ensuring children have access to fresh, nutritious food. School meals allow children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs, helps increase enrolment and attendance, decrease drop-out rates and improve cognitive abilities.  In the photo: a mother on the school meals committee in Zuleta prepares lunch for the children in her community.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Quito (San Francisco de Quito), 16 October 2016  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin talking to Maribel who fled rural Colombia with her 4 children, including baby Nicolas, who was just 15 days old. She now lives in urban Quito and works at a community centre teaching cultural activities. Maribel helps feed her family with WFP e-vouchers. This is why Habitat III Conference is so important.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Quito (San Francisco de Quito), 16 October 2016  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin talking to Maribel who fled rural Colombia with her 4 children, including baby Nicolas, who was just 15 days old. She now lives in urban Quito and works at a community centre teaching cultural activities. Maribel helps feed her family with WFP e-vouchers. This is why Habitat III Conference is so important.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Quito (San Francisco de Quito), 16 October 2016  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director Ertharin Cousin talking to Maribel who fled rural Colombia with her 4 children, including baby Nicolas, who was just 15 days old. She now lives in urban Quito and works at a community centre teaching cultural activities. Maribel helps feed her family with WFP e-vouchers. This is why Habitat III Conference is so important.  Photo: WFP/Alejandra Leon
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Anayury Espinoza and her baby boy Yuilmar Nicolas are waiting to get the voucher to be able to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas using WFP´s cash-based transfer in the form of a voucher.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Anayury Espinoza and her baby boy Yuilmar Nicolas are waiting to get a card to be able to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas using WFP´s cash-based transfer in the form of a voucher.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas Province, 10 May 2016  To overcome malnutrition together, the Government of Ecuador works with WFP and other agencies of the United Nations in the “1,000 days” pilot project in the province of Imbabura. This is an integrated effort that facilitates access to nutritious, healthy, and locally-produced foods thanks to WFP’s work with smallholder farmer associations. The first 1,000 days of life, from conception to two years of age, is a period when children quickly develop their physical and cognitive abilities and establish vital neurological connections that impact the rest of their lives. 1,000 Days is also the name of an international initiative that focuses on promoting rapid progress to address malnutrition by prioritizing prevention. Actions focus on providing care to mothers beginning during pregnancy and to their children in the first years of their lives.  In the Photo: at a food and nutrition training in Esmeraldas participants learn about feeding and nutrition for children between the ages of 0 and 24 months. At the end of the training session, the participants receive a voucher they can use to buy food in WFP´s partner point of sale in Esmeraldas.  Photo: WFP/Berta Tilmantaite
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