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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, 28 February 2018  Children receive school meals delivered by WFP in Ecole Fonds Baptiste in Haiti. WFP distributes daily meals in around 1,500 schools in 9 departments in Haiti and provides support to schools on literacy and hygiene.  WFP also supports the implementation of the first National School Feeding policy, which was developed with WFP’s technical support. The policy aims to build a nationally owned, funded and managed school feeding program linked to local agriculture by 2030.   Photo: WFP/Claudia Schwarze
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Haiti, Palliant, Nippes departement,  21 November 2017  As the only low-income country in the Americas, the Republic of Haiti in the Caribbean continues to face significant humanitarian, political and development challenges. Three-quarters of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, and half of the population earns less than US$1 per day. Many people don’t have ready access to electricity, water, sanitation or healthcare.  WFP helps 225,000 people through a Food for Assets programme that builds community resilience while meeting immediate food needs. Participants receive cash transfers in return for helping with projects such as building infrastructure, protecting watersheds and strengthening the skills of rural farmers.  UNDP Haiti and WFP Haiti have recently launched "Cash for work" projects for 7,000 participants in Miragoâne and Palliant (Nippes departement, Haïti), in the presence of local authorities. The participants will work on watershed management, reforestation, construction and repair of community infrastructure and road maintenance.   In the photo: "Cash for work" projects in Palliant.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Palliant, Nippes departement,  21 November 2017  As the only low-income country in the Americas, the Republic of Haiti in the Caribbean continues to face significant humanitarian, political and development challenges. Three-quarters of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, and half of the population earns less than US$1 per day. Many people don’t have ready access to electricity, water, sanitation or healthcare.  WFP helps 225,000 people through a Food for Assets programme that builds community resilience while meeting immediate food needs. Participants receive cash transfers in return for helping with projects such as building infrastructure, protecting watersheds and strengthening the skills of rural farmers.  UNDP Haiti and WFP Haiti have recently launched "Cash for work" projects for 7,000 participants in Miragoâne and Palliant (Nippes departement, Haïti), in the presence of local authorities. The participants will work on watershed management, reforestation, construction and repair of community infrastructure and road maintenance.   In the photo: "Cash for work" projects in Palliant.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Palliant, Nippes departement,  21 November 2017  As the only low-income country in the Americas, the Republic of Haiti in the Caribbean continues to face significant humanitarian, political and development challenges. Three-quarters of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, and half of the population earns less than US$1 per day. Many people don’t have ready access to electricity, water, sanitation or healthcare.  WFP helps 225,000 people through a Food for Assets programme that builds community resilience while meeting immediate food needs. Participants receive cash transfers in return for helping with projects such as building infrastructure, protecting watersheds and strengthening the skills of rural farmers.  UNDP Haiti and WFP Haiti have recently launched "Cash for work" projects for 7,000 participants in Miragoâne and Palliant (Nippes departement, Haïti), in the presence of local authorities. The participants will work on watershed management, reforestation, construction and repair of community infrastructure and road maintenance.   In the photo: "Cash for work" projects in Palliant.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Miragoâne, Nippes departement,  21 November 2017  As the only low-income country in the Americas, the Republic of Haiti in the Caribbean continues to face significant humanitarian, political and development challenges. Three-quarters of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, and half of the population earns less than US$1 per day. Many people don’t have ready access to electricity, water, sanitation or healthcare.  WFP helps 225,000 people through a Food for Assets programme that builds community resilience while meeting immediate food needs. Participants receive cash transfers in return for helping with projects such as building infrastructure, protecting watersheds and strengthening the skills of rural farmers.  UNDP Haiti and WFP Haiti have recently launched "Cash for work" projects for 7,000 participants in Miragoâne and Palliant (Nippes departement, Haïti), in the presence of local authorities. The participants will work on watershed management, reforestation, construction and repair of community infrastructure and road maintenance.   In the photo: "Cash for work" projects in Miragoâne.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Miragoâne, Nippes departement,  21 November 2017  As the only low-income country in the Americas, the Republic of Haiti in the Caribbean continues to face significant humanitarian, political and development challenges. Three-quarters of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, and half of the population earns less than US$1 per day. Many people don’t have ready access to electricity, water, sanitation or healthcare.  WFP helps 225,000 people through a Food for Assets programme that builds community resilience while meeting immediate food needs. Participants receive cash transfers in return for helping with projects such as building infrastructure, protecting watersheds and strengthening the skills of rural farmers.  UNDP Haiti and WFP Haiti have recently launched "Cash for work" projects for 7,000 participants in Miragoâne and Palliant (Nippes departement, Haïti), in the presence of local authorities. The participants will work on watershed management, reforestation, construction and repair of community infrastructure and road maintenance.   In the photo: "Cash for work" projects in Miragoâne.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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