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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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Gambia, Upper Fulladu West, Central River Region. 26 June 2015  The Republic of the Gambia, on the North Atlantic Coast of West Africa, is the smallest country on the African mainland. In The Gambia, more than half of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and at least 18 percent of the population is considered food insecure.  WFP is working to reduce the prevalence of underweight and malnutrition in vulnerable communities. During the hungry season (lean season), WFP with support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), is able to provide US$ 71 to these vulnerable families in need, ensuring that they have enough nutritious food.     In the photo: During the cash distribution, WFP conducts nutrition education sessions which targets mostly women and children.  Photo: WFP/Ousman Bittaye
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper visitng the schools  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper talks to the women working in the kitchen.  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper talks to the women working in the kitchen.  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important: it’s children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper helps dish out the food to the people in line.  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper visitng the NGO community and the schools  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper talking to the workers in the kitchen.  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, 26 June 2013  Sutusinjang, Fonni Berefet District, West Coast Region   The Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Robert Piper, undertook a two-day visit to The Gambia. He met with government officials, NGO community and also visited schools supported by the WFP school meals programe. “School feeding is a fantastic programme on a big scale; it combines everything that is important; it’s the children, it’s food, it’s the nutrition and the community participation.” said Piper during his visit.  In the photo: Mr. Piper visitng the NGO community and the schools  Photo: WFP/Isatou Njai
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  The bags are transported via a conveyer belt to enhance efficiency and bring them closer to the trucks.  Photo: Peace Corps/ Justin Wellins
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  This equipment collects the rice from the ship and puts it in another facility from which the rice is filled into the 50kg bags.   Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  Offloading of rice at the World Food Programme warehouse in kanifing.    Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  The National Logistics Officer, Mariam Sey Njai and the Country Representative Vitoria Ginja actively take part in the bagging process.  Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  This equipment collects the rice from the ship and puts it in another facility from which the rice is filled into the 50kg bags.   Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  This equipment collects the rice from the ship and puts it in another facility from which the rice is filled into the 50kg bags.   Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  The bagging activity begins here, a storage facility where the rice was kept in the vessel.   Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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The Gambia, Banjul, October 2012  The UN World Food Programme (WFP) received a donation of 5,000 metric tons of rice from the Government of Brazil towards its emergency operations in the Gambia. This donation will provide vital food and nutritional assistance to over 200,000 people, including children under the age of five, who are at risk of food insecurity and malnutrition as a result of the 2011 crop failure. The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has covered the shipment of the donation and associated costs. “The importance of donors’ and partners’ support at difficult times like these cannot be over- emphasized, said WFP Gambia Country Director, Vitoria Ginja. “Thanks to this contribution, WFP will provide more than 160,000 bags of rice that will meet the needs of up to 206,000 vulnerable people in the 19 most affected districts of the country for two months.” WFP is currently engaged in two food and nutrition support operations in the Gambia. The UN agency provides general food distributions of rice and oil to the most affected households. It also provides -- through a supplementary feeding programme to over 37,000 children under five -- Super Cereal, a fortified blend of cereal to make a nutritious porridge and oil, to help prevent malnutrition and weight loss. Other beneficiaries include pregnant women, nursing mothers and well as people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.  The Country Representative Vitoria Ginja is inspecting the rice.   Photo: Peace Corps/Sarah Stever
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