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Namibia, April 2004.  Angolan children in the Osire refugee camp in central Namibia.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  WFP warehouse in Osire refugee camp in central Namibia.
Food stocks will only last for May distribution.
NGO Implementing partner is Africare.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Sauyemwa combined primary and secondary schools. Serves a poor community in the far northern Kavango province of Namibia. The school has a list of orphans - already 5 pages long, mainly due to HIV/AIDS.Many orphans will benefit from a joint emergency relife operation launched by WFP and UNICEF in conjunction with the Namibian government.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Sauyemwa combined primary and secondary schools. Serves a poor community in the far northern Kavango province of Namibia. The school has a list of orphans - already 5 pages long, mainly due to HIV/AIDS.Many orphans will benefit from a joint emergency relife operation launched by WFP and UNICEF in conjunction with the Namibian government.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Orphans queueing up for food at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.  The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day. The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government. Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Orphans queueing up for food at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.  The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day. The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government. Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Staff at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.
The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day.
The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government.
Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Orphans queueing up for food at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.  The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day. The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government. Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Orphans queueing up for food at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.  The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day. The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government. Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Orphans queueing up for food at the Mafuta Orphan Care centre in Namibia's north eastern Caprivi Strip. The Mafuta community has around 180 orphans. But the centre can only assist around 100.  The children receive one meal a day during the mid-moring break from school. Often it is their only meal of the day. The centre was set up by members of the community. It received assistance from UNICEF via the government. Many of the orphans and other vulnerable children will now receive food aid from WFP under EMOP - due to drought, poverty and HIV/AIDS.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Lusese displaced camp in Caprivi strip in northern Namibia. The camp was set up by the government and Red Cross to care for over 4,000 people displaced by flooding in April 2004.

Many of the orphans and vulnerable children in the camp were targeted for assistance by WFP under the joint EMOP with UNICEF.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Lusese displaced camp in Caprivi strip in northern Namibia. The camp was set up by the government and Red Cross to care for over 4,000 people displaced by flooding in April 2004.

Many of the orphans and vulnerable children in the camp were targeted for assistance by WFP under the joint EMOP with UNICEF.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Lusese displaced camp in Caprivi strip in northern Namibia. The camp was set up by the government and Red Cross to care for over 4,000 people displaced by flooding in April 2004.

Many of the orphans and vulnerable children in the camp were targeted for assistance by WFP under the joint EMOP with UNICEF.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Children in Lusese displaced camp in Caprivi strip in northern Namibia. The camp was set up by the government and Red Cross to care for over 4,000 people displaced by flooding in April 2004.  Many of the orphans and vulnerable children in the camp were targeted for assistance by WFP under the joint EMOP with UNICEF.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Girl in Lusese displaced camp in Caprivi strip in northern Namibia. The camp was set up by the government and Red Cross to care for over 4,000 people displaced by flooding in April 2004.  Many of the orphans and vulnerable children in the camp were targeted for assistance by WFP under the joint EMOP with UNICEF.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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Namibia, April 2004.  Floods in the Caprivi stip in northern Namibia.  Up to 20,000 people affected by the floods. Thousands moved to temporary displaced camps by govt/Red Cross. In 2003, WFP had assisted around 12,000 people for a few months following similar flooding.  In 2004, the area was one the regions earmarked for food assistance from our drought EMOP 10344.0. So many orphans and vulnerable children were affected first by drought and then floods. Started receiving assistance from WFP in May/June 2004.  Photo: WFP/Richard Lee
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