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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: A girl of the "Escuela Fraternidad”.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Escuela Fraternidad”.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Alta Gracia Sánchez” School.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Alta Gracia Sánchez” School.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Alta Gracia Sánchez” School.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Alta Gracia Sánchez” School.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, Tegucigalpa, January 2015  The President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández celebrated his first year of governance with several festivals which took part in many cities of the country, in particular the city of Tegucigalpa.  Two schools have been invited to join the celebration: the “Escuela Alta Gracia Sánchez” and the “Escuela Fraternidad”, which both benefit from the School Meals Programme, thanks to the agreement with the Government of Honduras and private partners.   In the photo: Students of the "Alta Gracia Sánchez” School.   Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 23 June 2013  WFP began supporting the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education in 2000. By providing the pre-school with daily school snacks, WFP fosters the physical and mental development of each child.   In 2013, more than 45,000 people gathered to walk in solidarity against hunger and malnutrition in Honduras; one of the poorest countries in Latin America where one in four children suffers from chronic malnutrition.  In the photo: At the walk against hunger and malnutrition, children hold signs affirming the benefits of WFP's school snack programme at the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education, (from left to right):  "When I eat my snack I am stronger" "With my snack I learn better" "Thanks for my daily snack" "Ficohsa foundation supports my education" "Thanks for your support"  Photo: WFP/Raul Lopez
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Honduras, 23 June 2013  WFP began supporting the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education in 2000. By providing the pre-school with daily school snacks, WFP fosters the physical and mental development of each child.   In 2013, more than 45,000 people gathered to walk in solidarity against hunger and malnutrition in Honduras; one of the poorest countries in Latin America where one in four children suffers from chronic malnutrition.  In the photo: At the walk against hunger and malnutrition, children hold signs affirming the benefits of WFP's school snack programme at the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education, (from left to right):  "When I eat my snack I am stronger" "With my snack I learn better" "Thanks for my daily snack" "Ficohsa foundation supports my education"  Photo: WFP/Raul Lopez
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Honduras, 23 June 2013  WFP began supporting the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education in 2000. By providing the pre-school with daily school snacks, WFP fosters the physical and mental development of each child.   In 2013, more than 45,000 people gathered to walk in solidarity against hunger and malnutrition in Honduras; one of the poorest countries in Latin America where one in four children suffers from chronic malnutrition.  In the photo: At the walk against hunger and malnutrition, children hold signs affirming the benefits of WFP's school snack programme at the Ficohsa Foundation for Early Childhood Education, (from left to right):  "With my snack I get better grades" "Thnks for my daily snack"  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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Honduras, 13 April 2012  The school Policarpo Bonilla is located in a small and beautiful town “Valle de Angeles’ (Valley of Angels), Francisco Morazan, has 557 students - 281 girls and 276 boys. This school receives 10.96 metric tons of food annually. The school feeding Program in Honduras support more than 20 thousand schools in all the country and more than 1.4 millions of children in public schools. This is the most successful social project that Honduras Government has with the support of WFP in Honduras.  Photo: WFP/Juan Montes
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