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India, Ganjam, Odisha. 22 March 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: A lady uses biometrics to authenticate herself before collecting her subsidized food grain entitlement under the government’s Targeted Public Distribution System. WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Ankit Sood
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India, Ganjam, Odisha. 22 March 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Trucks offloading grain at a warehouse. WFP supports the government increase efficiencies in its supply chain operations of its food safety nets.   Photo: WFP/Ankit Sood
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India, Lakhimpur, Odisha. 16 July 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Govinda and Menuka live with their children in rural Odisha. They depend on the rice given to them through the Targeted Public Distribution System.  WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Sharmina Jasim feeds her one and a half-year old daughter Aizah Eshal fortified nutrimix.  Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services.  WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Sharmina Jasim feeds her one and a half-year old daughter Aizah Eshal fortified nutrimix.  Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services.  WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: A mother feeding children fortified nutrimix.  Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services.  WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Safwana Irshad feeds her two-year old son Isam Ali fortified nutrimix.  Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services.  WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Mothers use local recipes to prepare fortified nutrimix for their babies. Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services.  WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Wayanad, Kerala. 7 March 2018.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Ladies from a self-help group prepare a fortified nutrimix at a WFP supported demonstration unit in Wayanad. Nutrimix is a take home ration given to children between 6-36 months under the government’s Integrated Child Development Services. WFP supports the fortification of food served through government food safety nets.  Photo: WFP/Rafi P
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India, Jagatsinghpur, Odisha. 8 September 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Women collect their monthly entitlement of foodgrains given to them under the Targeted Public Distribution System. WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Rayagada, Odisha. 15 July 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: Women wait in line at a fair price shop to collect their monthly entitlement of foodgrains given to them under the Targeted Public Distribution System.   WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Rayagada, Odisha. 15 July 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: B Hari collects his family’s monthly ration entitlement under the Targeted Public Distribution System from the fair price shop.   WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Gajapati, Odisha. 14 July 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: A lady collects her monthly ration entitlement under the Targeted Public Distribution System from the fair price shop.   WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Gajapati, Odisha. 14 July 2017.  WFP is working to improve the efficiency, accountability and transparency of India’s own subsidized food distribution system, which brings supplies of wheat, rice, sugar and kerosene oil to around 800 million poor people across the country. WFP ensures that food reaches those who need it most, working with the Government to reform and strengthen the system, which is one of the world’s largest.  In the Photo: A lady uses biometrics to authenticate herself before collecting her subsidized food grain entitlement under the government’s Targeted Public Distribution System. WFP is supporting the government enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the food safety net.     Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students eat curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Cuttack, 05 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: women prepare fortified rice which will be distributed under the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 04 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students receive curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 04 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students receive curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 04 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students receive curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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India, Odisha, Dhenkanal, 04 April 2017  To boost the nutritional value of the Government’s Midday Meal school feeding programme, WFP is pioneering the multi-micronutrient fortification of school meals. The pilot project saw rice fortified with iron, which was distributed in a single district, resulting in a 20 percent drop in anaemia.  In the photo: students receive curry for lunch as part of the Government's Midday Meal Programme at a school in Dhenkanal.  Photo: WFP/Isheeta Sumra
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