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Madagascar, Amboasary district, southern Madagascar. 23 November 2017.  The world’s fourth largest island, Madagascar boasts a unique ecosystem, with many species of plants and animals found nowhere else. Despite its great potential, in recent decades the country has experienced a stagnation in per capita income coupled with a rise in poverty.  WFP provides school meals with the support of the Ministry of National Education, and is helping to develop a national school meals policy and a home-grown school meals programme linked to smallholder farmer production. WFP also provides nutritional education, promotes hygiene in schools and encourages the use of environmentally friendly stoves.  Thirteen-year-old Nicole has the chance to attend primary school and to receive a daily hot meal from the World Food Programme (WFP). Her parents are farmers who, like many others in the southern region, suffer from the effects of drought.   This has helped her get closer to her dream of becoming a teacher, as she is able to better focus on study when she is not hungry. “I encourage other children to go to school and receive meals too,” she says.  In the photo: Nicole attends a history class.  Photo: WFP/Volana Rarivoson
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Madagascar, Amboasary district, southern Madagascar. 23 November 2017.  The world’s fourth largest island, Madagascar boasts a unique ecosystem, with many species of plants and animals found nowhere else. Despite its great potential, in recent decades the country has experienced a stagnation in per capita income coupled with a rise in poverty.  WFP provides school meals with the support of the Ministry of National Education, and is helping to develop a national school meals policy and a home-grown school meals programme linked to smallholder farmer production. WFP also provides nutritional education, promotes hygiene in schools and encourages the use of environmentally friendly stoves.  Thirteen-year-old Nicole has the chance to attend primary school and to receive a daily hot meal from the World Food Programme (WFP). Her parents are farmers who, like many others in the southern region, suffer from the effects of drought.   This has helped her get closer to her dream of becoming a teacher, as she is able to better focus on study when she is not hungry. “I encourage other children to go to school and receive meals too,” she says.  In the photo: Nicole has started secondary education at Collège Sacré Coeur.   Photo: WFP/Fenoarisoa Ralaiharinony
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: WFP Madagascar Country Director Moumini Ouedraogo and Jens Busma, Head of Development Affairs, Embassy of Germany.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: WFP Madagascar Country Director Moumini Ouedraogo and Philippe Brandt, Swiss Ambassador to Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Laurence De Graeve, WFP Madagascar Partnerships Officer and Philippe Brandt, Swiss Ambassador to Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Blandine Legonou, Head of WFP Ambovombe Sub-Office, Sana Gosinary and Philippe Andriamiaza, both WFP Madagascar nutrition unit staff members based in WFP Ambovombe Sub-Office.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Philippe Andriamiaza, WFP Madagascar nutrition unit staff.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Blandine Legonou, Head of WFP Ambovombe Sub-Office, Sana Gosinary and Philippe Andriamiaza, both WFP Madagascar nutrition unit staff based in WFP Ambovombe Sub-Office.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: WFP Madagascar Country Director Moumini Ouedraogo, Blandine Legonou, Head of WFP Ambovombe Sub-Office, Martine Uzamugura, WFP Programme and Policy Officer and Philippe Brandt, Swiss Ambassador to Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Pupils of Berano Public Primary School  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Pupils of Berano Public Primary School  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Pupils of Berano Public Primary School.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Philippe Andriamiaza, a Berano Primary Public School staff member and pupils taking their daily fortified school meal.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Women from Berano on their way to the community nutrition center.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Vegetable oil, pulses and cereals are part of the protection rations that are provided to families of children suffering from Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM), as part of the MAM treatment programme implemented in Southern Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Corn Soya Blend Plus is one of foods provided to pregnant and lactating women as part of the stunting prevention in Southern Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: A Community-based Nutrition Agent measuring the mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) of a young child suffering from MAM, Berano community nutrition center.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: A Community-based Nutrition Agent measuring the mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) of a young child suffering from MAM, Berano community nutrition center  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Mothers with their young children have come to the community nutrition site to attend nutrition sensitization and education sessions (joint stunting prevention project implemented in Berano by WFP’s cooperating partner ASOS).  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Women and children in Berano.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Women attending a nutrition sensitization session as part of the stunting prevention joint project (MIARO) in Berano.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: WFP nutrition unit field staff in Berano observing the nutritional sensitization session.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Martine Uzamugura, WFP Programme and Policy Officer and the Director of ASOS, one of WFP’s cooperating partners in Southern Madagascar.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Welcoming of visitors to Berano in presence of community members.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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Madagascar, Berano, Amboasary district. 17 October 2017.  In Madagascar, WFP addresses the immediate food needs and helps strengthen the resilience of disaster affected vulnerable populations through unconditional food assistance and Food Assistance for Assets programmes. WFP also provides nutritional support to children, pregnant women and girls and nursing mothers for the prevention of undernutrition, supports the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition and contributes to education indicators through the school meals programme.  MIARO is a project that aims to prevent chronic malnutrition among pregnant and malnourished nursing women and children under two. The word MIARO means “to protect” in Malagasy and the project also helps improve people’s access to health services including ante- and post-natal care.   In the Photo: Welcoming of visitors to Berano in presence of community members.  Photo: WFP/Jules Bosco Bezaka
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