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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Yalanda, 10 August 2018  Yalanda, in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, is one of the villages affected by the February 2018 earthquake.  A bunch of huts and shacks sit on top of a mountain at an altitude of about 1,500 metres. Forty miles west, lies the epicentre of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that on 26 February struck this region. Much closer, only a few miles away, are the epicentres of two 6.7-magnitude aftershocks.  Photo: WFP/Andrea Tornese
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, 04 April 2018  A cargo plane carrying more than 80 metric tons of nutritious High-Energy Biscuits to feed approximately 60,000 earthquake-affected people, arrives in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.   More than 270,000 people continue to require humanitarian assistance following the devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck the country in February, and this airlift is part of WFP’s emergency response in the country. The earthquake was followed by a series of severe aftershocks throughout March, causing widespread panic among communities.  The life-saving, nutritious-dense biscuits were airlifted from WFP's UN Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) in Dubai. The plane used for the airlift was provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and facilitated by the International Humanitarian City (IHC), chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya bint Al Hussein, which hosts WFP’s warehousing facilities in Dubai. The Princess is a long-term supporter of WFP and currently serves as a United Nations Messenger of Peace.  Photo: WFP/Francesca Ciardi
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