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Indonesia,  Kei Kecil Island, Maluku Tenggara district, 16 December 2017  Students from Naskat Sathean 25 primary school in Kei Kecil Sub-district, Maluku Tenggara district, Maluku province gained access to healthy meals provided through Indonesia’s home grown school meals programme (known as ProGas).  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Sorong district, Papua province, 12 December 2017  WFP and Cargill are working together to support Indonesia’s Ministry of Education and Culture to provide healthy school meals to students from primary school 22 in Sorong district, Papua province. School meals keep children full and help them to concentrate in class.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Bambor, Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province, 5 December 2017  Students from Bambor primary school in Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia received nutritiously balanced meals in class.   In the Photo: Andini, a student in Bambor Elementary School, having her meal at school.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Bambor, Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province, 5 December 2017  Students from Bambor primary school in Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia received nutritiously balanced meals in class.   In the Photo: students in Bambor Elementary School, having their meal at school.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Bambor, Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province, 5 December 2017  Students from Bambor primary school in Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia received nutritiously balanced meals in class.   In the Photo: students in Bambor Elementary School, having their meal at school.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Lembor, West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, 4 December 2017  Farmers in Lembor sub-district, Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia worked together during paddy harvest.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Lembor, West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, 4 December 2017  Farmers in Lembor sub-district, Manggarai Barat district, Eastern Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia worked together during paddy harvest.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Serang, Banten, 30 November 2017  ProGas (National School Meals Programme) in Citawa Elementary School in Serang, Banten. Indonesia’s school meals programme (known as ProGas) helped address low calorie and low protein consumption, as well as improve health & hygiene practice among school-age children.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Atambua, Belu District, East Nusa Tenggara, 15 November 2017  School meals in Manleten Elementary School in Atambua. Indonesia’s school meals programme (known as ProGas) helped address low calorie and low protein consumption, as well as improve health & hygiene practice among school-age children.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Atambua, Belu District, East Nusa Tenggara, 15 November 2017  School meals in Manleten Elementary School in Atambua. Indonesia’s school meals programme (known as ProGas) helped address low calorie and low protein consumption, as well as improve health & hygiene practice among school-age children.  Photo: WFP/Fauzan Ijazah
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Indonesia, Citawa, 25 January 2017  In Indonesia WFP provides technical assistance to the Government of Indonesia for their school meals programme. “PROGAS” (the Nutrition Programme for School Children) will target 100,000 primary school children for the national school meals programme in 563 schools located in five Provinces and 11 Districts throughout 2017.   In the photo: cooks receive training to prepare nutritious meals for the programme.  Photo: WFP/Yandres Leka
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Indonesia, Kupand District, East Nusa Tenggara Province, 12 October 2016  After running a successful pilot with meals based on locally-sourced food and designed to address iron and vitamin deficiencies, WFP is supporting the Government in strengthening its own school meals programme. WFP provides technical advice in areas including improving the nutritional value of the meals, prioritizing locations on the basis of updated food security and nutrition analysis, and ensuring sustainability of the programme.  "PROGAS" (the Nutrition Programme for School Children) will target 100,000 primary school children for the national school meals programme in 563 schools located in five provinces and 11 districts in 2017.  In the photo: children eat their WFP-supported school meals at SDK St Yosef Atambua school.   Photo: WFP/Yandres Leka
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Indonesia, Kupand District, East Nusa Tenggara Province, 12 October 2016  After running a successful pilot with meals based on locally-sourced food and designed to address iron and vitamin deficiencies, WFP is supporting the Government in strengthening its own school meals programme. WFP provides technical advice in areas including improving the nutritional value of the meals, prioritizing locations on the basis of updated food security and nutrition analysis, and ensuring sustainability of the programme.  "PROGAS" (the Nutrition Programme for School Children) will target 100,000 primary school children for the national school meals programme in 563 schools located in five provinces and 11 districts in 2017.  In the photo: children eat their WFP-supported school meals at SDK St Yosef Atambua school.   Photo: WFP/Yandres Leka
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Indonesia, Atambua District, East Nusa Tenggara Province, 10 October 2016  After running a successful pilot with meals based on locally-sourced food and designed to address iron and vitamin deficiencies, WFP is supporting the Government in strengthening its own school meals programme. WFP provides technical advice in areas including improving the nutritional value of the meals, prioritizing locations on the basis of updated food security and nutrition analysis, and ensuring sustainability of the programme.  "PROGAS" (the Nutrition Programme for School Children) will target 100,000 primary school children for the national school meals programme in 563 schools located in five provinces and 11 districts in 2017.  In the photo: a young boy eats his WFP-supported school meal at SDK St Yosef Atambua school.   Photo: WFP/Yandres Leka
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Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur, November 2011  Around the world, WFP school meals play a vital role in getting kids to school, keeping them there on a regular basis, and helping them concentrate in class on a full, satisfied stomach. WFP phased out the provision of fortified biscuits in 2010, but under a new programme run jointly with the government, WFP is now supporting schools with a new school meal programme, using foodstuffs grown and purchased locally such as beans and maize.   As part of WFP's school feeding programme in NTT, eastern Indonesia, children receive a home-brewed nutritious stew which includes ingredients such as maize, mung beans, brown sugar, bananas, sweet potatoes and coconut milk.  Photo: WFP/Hai RagaLawa
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Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur, November 2011  Around the world, WFP school meals play a vital role in getting kids to school, keeping them there on a regular basis, and helping them concentrate in class on a full, satisfied stomach. WFP phased out the provision of fortified biscuits in 2010, but under a new programme run jointly with the government, WFP is now supporting schools with a new school meal programme, using foodstuffs grown and purchased locally such as beans and maize.   Photo: WFP/Hai RagaLawa
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Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur, November 2011  Around the world, WFP school meals play a vital role in getting kids to school, keeping them there on a regular basis, and helping them concentrate in class on a full, satisfied stomach. WFP phased out the provision of fortified biscuits in 2010, but under a new programme run jointly with the government, WFP is now supporting schools with a new school meal programme, using foodstuffs grown and purchased locally such as beans and maize.   Photo: WFP/Hai RagaLawa
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Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur, November 2011  Around the world, WFP school meals play a vital role in getting kids to school, keeping them there on a regular basis, and helping them concentrate in class on a full, satisfied stomach. WFP phased out the provision of fortified biscuits in 2010, but under a new programme run jointly with the government, WFP is now supporting schools with a new school meal programme, using foodstuffs grown and purchased locally such as beans and maize.   A red cup of steaming mungbean porridge is provided to students in a remote area in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) as part pf WFP’s Local Food Based School Meals programme.   Photo: WFP/Hai RagaLawa
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Indonesia, East Java province, Sampang district November 2011                              WFP is committed to Indonesia’s vision of food security for all – working with the government to reduce under-nutrition is one of our three core strategies,” said WFP Indonesia Country Director, Coco Ushiyama. “Proper nutrition is at the heart of all progress, contributing to the development of healthier, stronger and brighter citizens. It has an integral role in poverty reduction and sustainable economic development achievements.   WFP is in Indonesia to work with all partners and leave the best of all possible legacies for the generations to come.”    While significant progress has been made in reducing the prevalence of underweight children in Indonesia, studies show that stunting in particular remains a challenge, especially among the youngest. The prevalence of chronic malnourishment (or stunting) among children nationwide was ranked ‘high’at 35 per cent by the Ministry of Health in 2010.  WFP collected market price data on Amben market in Sampang to get a closer understanding of the minimum cost of nutritious meals in the community.  Photo: WFP/Kiky Wirahadi
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Indonesia, East Java province, Sampang district November 2011                              WFP is committed to Indonesia’s vision of food security for all – working with the government to reduce under-nutrition is one of our three core strategies,” said WFP Indonesia Country Director, Coco Ushiyama. “Proper nutrition is at the heart of all progress, contributing to the development of healthier, stronger and brighter citizens. It has an integral role in poverty reduction and sustainable economic development achievements.   WFP is in Indonesia to work with all partners and leave the best of all possible legacies for the generations to come.”    While significant progress has been made in reducing the prevalence of underweight children in Indonesia, studies show that stunting in particular remains a challenge, especially among the youngest. The prevalence of chronic malnourishment (or stunting) among children nationwide was ranked ‘high’at 35 per cent by the Ministry of Health in 2010.  Photo: WFP/Kiky Wirahadi
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Indonesia, East Java province, Sampang district November 2011                              WFP is committed to Indonesia’s vision of food security for all – working with the government to reduce under-nutrition is one of our three core strategies,” said WFP Indonesia Country Director, Coco Ushiyama. “Proper nutrition is at the heart of all progress, contributing to the development of healthier, stronger and brighter citizens. It has an integral role in poverty reduction and sustainable economic development achievements.   WFP is in Indonesia to work with all partners and leave the best of all possible legacies for the generations to come.”    While significant progress has been made in reducing the prevalence of underweight children in Indonesia, studies show that stunting in particular remains a challenge, especially among the youngest. The prevalence of chronic malnourishment (or stunting) among children nationwide was ranked ‘high’at 35 per cent by the Ministry of Health in 2010.  WFP collected market price data on Amben market in Sampang to get a closer understanding of the minimum cost of nutritious meals in the community.  Photo: WFP/Kiky Wirahadi
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Indonesia, East Java province, Sampang district November 2011                              WFP is committed to Indonesia’s vision of food security for all – working with the government to reduce under-nutrition is one of our three core strategies,” said WFP Indonesia Country Director, Coco Ushiyama. “Proper nutrition is at the heart of all progress, contributing to the development of healthier, stronger and brighter citizens. It has an integral role in poverty reduction and sustainable economic development achievements.   WFP is in Indonesia to work with all partners and leave the best of all possible legacies for the generations to come.”    While significant progress has been made in reducing the prevalence of underweight children in Indonesia, studies show that stunting in particular remains a challenge, especially among the youngest. The prevalence of chronic malnourishment (or stunting) among children nationwide was ranked ‘high’at 35 per cent by the Ministry of Health in 2010.  Typical food consumption in Sampang is rice mixed with dried cassava, chili and tofu. The UN’s Human Development Index ranks Sampang 426th of Indonesia’s 440 districts.   Photo: WFP/Kiky Wirahadi
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Indonesia, East Java province, Sampang district November 2011                              WFP is committed to Indonesia’s vision of food security for all – working with the government to reduce under-nutrition is one of our three core strategies,” said WFP Indonesia Country Director, Coco Ushiyama. “Proper nutrition is at the heart of all progress, contributing to the development of healthier, stronger and brighter citizens. It has an integral role in poverty reduction and sustainable economic development achievements.   WFP is in Indonesia to work with all partners and leave the best of all possible legacies for the generations to come.”    While significant progress has been made in reducing the prevalence of underweight children in Indonesia, studies show that stunting in particular remains a challenge, especially among the youngest. The prevalence of chronic malnourishment (or stunting) among children nationwide was ranked ‘high’at 35 per cent by the Ministry of Health in 2010.  Photo: WFP/Kiky Wirahadi
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Indonesia, Yogyakarta, July 2006    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia donated US$5 million to support the earthquake relief and recovery efforts of two levels of the Indonesian government and several humanitarian and United Nations agencies, including a USUS$2 million grant to help fund the WFP’s cash-strapped operations in the earthquake zones of Central Java and Yogyakarta.     The announcement was made at a press conference in Jakarta hosted by WFP Special Ambassador Abdul Aziz Arrukban and Mohamed Abdul Rahman Al Mugeteeb of the Saudi Arabian government’s Ministry of Finance.     The decision to donate the funds came near the end of a five-day visit by a six-member Saudi delegation to Jakarta and Yogyakarta, where Ambassador Arrukban and delegation members attended an audience with Yogyakarta Governor Sri Sultan Hemengkubowono and inspected the damage caused by the earthquake that struck the region on 27 May.     Photo:JIWA/Timur Angin
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Indonesia, Banda Aceh, 25 February 2005     Former Australian rugby captain Nick Farr Jones visited Banda Aceh to support WFP's post-tsunami humanitarian operation. To see first-hand WFP’s efforts to deliver food to survivors, Farr-Jones will travel to Meulaboh, in the devastated West coast of the Aceh province, and tour several WFP-supported projects. During his two day stay, the Australia's 1991 Rugby World Cup winner will underline WFP’s commitment to the Indonesian people affected by the immense catastrophe on December 26.   TACKLE HUNGER   Farr-Jones was appointed as a WFP Goodwill Ambassador for the 2003 World Cup, when WFP teamed-up with the International Rugby Board to raise awareness of the world's 800 million hungry people.    Nick Farr Jones visits a WFP warehouse and talks to the staff.    Photo: WFP/Rama Surya
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