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Egypt, El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, 23 March 2019  The Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley has ended a three-day visit to Egypt where he visited WFP operations in villages close to the county’s historic town of Luxor in Upper Egypt. Beasley ended his visit with a meeting with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. The WFP chief said he was committed to supporting Egypt’s objectives of inclusive and sustainable development as outlined in Egypt Vision 2030. “Egypt is in an extraordinary position to impact the world and provide leadership on food security progress around the world and in this region,” said Beasley. “If Egyptians can build the pyramids, they can do anything.” In 2018, WFP – in partnership with the government – provided assistance to nearly three million people, mostly in remote and rural areas in Egypt. WFP is implementing climate change interventions, awareness and nutrition projects, as well as school feeding and other initiatives so that communities may become more self-reliant.  In the Photo:  farmers Ragab (left) & Khaled (right) having a conversation with the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley. With WFP’s help, their crop yields are up 3X thanks to new heat-resistant seeds. More income for their families & more money into the Luxor economy.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, 23 March 2019  The Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley has ended a three-day visit to Egypt where he visited WFP operations in villages close to the county’s historic town of Luxor in Upper Egypt. Beasley ended his visit with a meeting with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. The WFP chief said he was committed to supporting Egypt’s objectives of inclusive and sustainable development as outlined in Egypt Vision 2030. “Egypt is in an extraordinary position to impact the world and provide leadership on food security progress around the world and in this region,” said Beasley. “If Egyptians can build the pyramids, they can do anything.” In 2018, WFP – in partnership with the government – provided assistance to nearly three million people, mostly in remote and rural areas in Egypt. WFP is implementing climate change interventions, awareness and nutrition projects, as well as school feeding and other initiatives so that communities may become more self-reliant.  At the heart of WFP’s development package for Egypt is educational support through school feeding. This benefits more than one million children in nine governorates across the country. This is WFP’s largest school feeding programmes in the world.  In the Photo: On Saturday, Beasley visited El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, where he met children, teachers, and mothers who are receiving training and using micro-loans to increase their incomes.  This one-room, multi-grade school provides quality primary education for exceptionally vulnerable children aged 6-14 who would otherwise not be attending school. The establishment is under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.   In Egypt, WFP is supporting 4,700 community schools serving approximately 124,000 students, of which more than 80 percent are girls – most are in Upper Egypt.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, 23 March 2019  The Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley has ended a three-day visit to Egypt where he visited WFP operations in villages close to the county’s historic town of Luxor in Upper Egypt. Beasley ended his visit with a meeting with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. The WFP chief said he was committed to supporting Egypt’s objectives of inclusive and sustainable development as outlined in Egypt Vision 2030. “Egypt is in an extraordinary position to impact the world and provide leadership on food security progress around the world and in this region,” said Beasley. “If Egyptians can build the pyramids, they can do anything.” In 2018, WFP – in partnership with the government – provided assistance to nearly three million people, mostly in remote and rural areas in Egypt. WFP is implementing climate change interventions, awareness and nutrition projects, as well as school feeding and other initiatives so that communities may become more self-reliant.  At the heart of WFP’s development package for Egypt is educational support through school feeding. This benefits more than one million children in nine governorates across the country. This is WFP’s largest school feeding programmes in the world.  In the Photo: On Saturday, Beasley visited El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, where he met children, teachers, and mothers who are receiving training and using micro-loans to increase their incomes.  This one-room, multi-grade school provides quality primary education for exceptionally vulnerable children aged 6-14 who would otherwise not be attending school. The establishment is under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.   In Egypt, WFP is supporting 4,700 community schools serving approximately 124,000 students, of which more than 80 percent are girls – most are in Upper Egypt.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, 23 March 2019  The Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) David Beasley has ended a three-day visit to Egypt where he visited WFP operations in villages close to the county’s historic town of Luxor in Upper Egypt. Beasley ended his visit with a meeting with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. The WFP chief said he was committed to supporting Egypt’s objectives of inclusive and sustainable development as outlined in Egypt Vision 2030. “Egypt is in an extraordinary position to impact the world and provide leadership on food security progress around the world and in this region,” said Beasley. “If Egyptians can build the pyramids, they can do anything.” In 2018, WFP – in partnership with the government – provided assistance to nearly three million people, mostly in remote and rural areas in Egypt. WFP is implementing climate change interventions, awareness and nutrition projects, as well as school feeding and other initiatives so that communities may become more self-reliant.  At the heart of WFP’s development package for Egypt is educational support through school feeding. This benefits more than one million children in nine governorates across the country. This is WFP’s largest school feeding programmes in the world.  In the Photo: On Saturday, Beasley visited El-Fatatih community school in El-Toud district, Luxor, where he met children, teachers, and mothers who are receiving training and using micro-loans to increase their incomes.  This one-room, multi-grade school provides quality primary education for exceptionally vulnerable children aged 6-14 who would otherwise not be attending school. The establishment is under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.   In Egypt, WFP is supporting 4,700 community schools serving approximately 124,000 students, of which more than 80 percent are girls – most are in Upper Egypt.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 25 July 2017   In Egypt, WFP school meals funded by the EU help children, especially girls, stay in school and out of the child workforce.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Bahaa, WFP staff.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Omar Moufik ElAsh, a Syrian refugee, receives vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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Egypt, 23 November 2016  WFP provides food assistance to vulnerable Syrian refugees residing in Egypt, upon the Government’s request, as part of WFP’s Syria Regional Refugee Response. Refugees receive WFP assistance in the form of monthly food voucher, and the value of the voucher helps the Syrians with their monthly needs.  The voucher assistance provides each registered Syrian refugee with an electronic or paper-based voucher card on a monthly basis. Refugees exchange their cards in participating supermarkets for basic food items such as cereals, pulses as well as dairy products and fresh vegetables and fruits that are not normally included in traditional food rations.   In the photo: Syrian refugees receive vouchers to buy food.   Photo: WFP/Mohammad Gamal
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