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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) receive WFP food rations donate by Japan at a distribution in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: an internally displaced woman and her daughter from Tawergha in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) receive WFP food rations donate by Japan at a distribution in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a young internally displaced boy in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) queue up to receive WFP food rations at a distribution from a warehouse in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: volunteers from Aiadi Alkhair receive documents from Tawergha IDPs so that they can be issued with food assistance vouchers in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a volunteer from Aiadi Alkhair receives documents from Tawergha IDPs so that he can issue them with food assistance vouchers in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: young girls and their grandmother who have been internally displaced from Tawergha at the front of their residence in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: young girls and their grandmother who have been internally displaced from Tawergha at the front of their residence in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: volunteers from Aiadi Alkhair help an internally displaced woman sign for her WFP rations at a distribution in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: an internally displaced woman sits at a warehouse where WFP food rations are being distributed in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: an internally displaced man sits at a warehouse where WFP food rations are being distributed in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) queue up to receive WFP food rations at a distribution from a warehouse in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) queue up to receive WFP food rations at a distribution from a warehouse in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: internally displaced people (IDPs) receive WFP food rations at a distribution from a warehouse in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a volunteer from Aiadi Alkhair helps to distribute WFP food rations to internally displaced people (IDPs) in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a young girl waits while her mother receives WFP food rations at a distribution in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a volunteer from Aiadi Alkhair helps to distribute WFP food rations to internally displaced people (IDPs) in Al Fallah Camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, Al Fallah Camp, 20 May 2017  Food insecurity among the affected population is rising in Libya due to protracted displacement, disruption to markets and lower food commodity production. Livelihoods and access to basic social services have been affected by the conflict, exposing the most vulnerable people to a high risk of inadequate food consumption.  WFP targets Libya's most vulnerable through onsite food distributions. Each family receives two food parcels, enough to feed five people for one month. The parcels contain rice, pasta, wheat flour, chickpeas, vegetable oil, sugar and tomato paste. This provides 75 percent (1,530 kcal) of daily energy requirements per person per day. The caloric value of the food basket was designed on the assumption that IDPs have access to other sources of food.  In the photo: a volunteer from Aiadi Alkhair distributes WFP food rations at a warehouse in Al Fallah Camp for internally displaced people (IDPs).  Photo: WFP/Mohamaed Ben Khalif
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: an IDP beneficiary transports WFP food rations at a distribution in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: bottles of oil ready to be distributed to IDPs in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: volunteers from WFP's partner, the Ayady Al Khair Society (AKS), verify the identity of IDPs before a food distribution in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: volunteers from WFP's partner, the Ayady Al Khair Society (AKS), verify the identity of IDPs before a food distribution in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: a banner displaying the partnership between WFP and the Ayady Al Khair Society (AKS), at a food distribution for IDPs in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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Libya, Tripoli, 15 May 2017  In coordination with the Benghazi Crisis Committee, WFP is distributing food to internally displaced people (IDPs) from Benghazi who are now living in Tripoli. The general food distributions target some 1600 families, providing them with monthly ration packs.  In the photo: volunteers from WFP's partner, the Ayady Al Khair Society (AKS), verify the identity of IDPs before a food distribution in Tripoli.  Photo: WFP/Mourad Al Rheibi
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