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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 5 February 2018.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 27 December 2017.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 27 December 2017.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 27 December 2017.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 27 December 2017.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Al Anbar Governorate. 27 December 2017.  In collaboration with local communities, WFP is rehabilitating 56 km of canals and irrigation systems in the Al Anbar Governorate, supporting the recovery of the agriculture sector - which is the second largest contributor to the country’s gross domestic product and is critical to improving food security.   Besides the participants and 912 indirect household beneficiaries, it is estimated that about 3,200 other people living along the canals will indirectly benefit from the effects generated by the rehabilitation, which will also contribute to livestock watering and to the revival of surrounding dry lands.   In the Photo: Canal Rehabilitation in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Cristina Graziani
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a woman is cooking bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Sulaymaniyah. 15 December 2017.  WFP is providing tailored vocational training to 100 vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees in Iraq through its “Tech for Food” initiative, which aims to create sustainable livelihood opportunities for youth from vulnerable communities by transforming and making their skills “portable”, giving them access to the digital work, as well as providing them with opportunities to build upon their existing capabilities. The project won the 2017 MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab “Innovative for Refugees” award as a tech-driven cutting-edge solution that addresses the most acute challenges faced by refugees.  In the Photo: “Tech for Food” participants in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Sulaymaniyah. 15 December 2017.  WFP is providing tailored vocational training to 100 vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees in Iraq through its “Tech for Food” initiative, which aims to create sustainable livelihood opportunities for youth from vulnerable communities by transforming and making their skills “portable”, giving them access to the digital work, as well as providing them with opportunities to build upon their existing capabilities. The project won the 2017 MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab “Innovative for Refugees” award as a tech-driven cutting-edge solution that addresses the most acute challenges faced by refugees.  In the Photo: “Tech for Food” participants in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Sulaymaniyah. 15 December 2017.  WFP is providing tailored vocational training to 100 vulnerable Iraqis and Syrian refugees in Iraq through its “Tech for Food” initiative, which aims to create sustainable livelihood opportunities for youth from vulnerable communities by transforming and making their skills “portable”, giving them access to the digital work, as well as providing them with opportunities to build upon their existing capabilities. The project won the 2017 MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab “Innovative for Refugees” award as a tech-driven cutting-edge solution that addresses the most acute challenges faced by refugees.  In the Photo: “Tech for Food” participants in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq. 13 December 2017.  In Iraq, WFP uses mobile technology as a delivery mechanism for unrestricted cash transfers to Iraqis affected by conflict. This mechanism allows for a more decentralised distribution of assistance, increasing beneficiary security and the dignity of assisted populations, and supports the local economy.   In the Photo: Mobile technology to transfer cash to beneficiaries.  Photo: WFP/Baraa Shaba
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Chamchamal, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq, 18 October 2017  An estimated 61,000 fled fighting to amongst other places Chamchamal during the advances by Iraqi Security Forces and PMU (Shia militias) to retake the disputed areas and push Kurdish Pesmerga Forces back to pre-ISIL pre-2014 borders. Humanitarian partners have dispatched mobile health clinics and are providing hot meals and food parcels to families who have fled. In coming days, partners will be providing 3,000 emergency food rations and hygiene items to families sheltering in public spaces.
 In the photo: Food distribution in Chamchamal  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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