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Nepal, Soti Khola, Gorkha District, 14 September 2015  A WFP team led by Nimdoma Sherpa trekked to the Himalayan village of Kerauja in Gorkha district (Nepal) to unfurl a flag representing the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger (Goal 2), as part of an international effort known as Project Everyone to bring the global goals to the world’s attention.  In the Photo: Nimdoma Sherpa and a mule, after crossing the suspension bridge.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Kasigaun, Gorkha District, 15 September 2015  A WFP team led by Nimdoma Sherpa trekked to the Himalayan village of Kerauja in Gorkha district (Nepal) to unfurl a flag representing the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger (Goal 2), as part of an international effort known as Project Everyone to bring the global goals to the world’s attention.  In the Photo: A mule train enroute Kerauja  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Sindhupalchowk, 6 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: a view of rural road from Jalbire to Kartike.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP worker making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: Engineer Sharan Hari Pokhrel coordinates WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: Engineer Sharan Hari Pokhrel coordinates WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP worker making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: WFP workers making gabbins in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: hardware shop in Dhaday Khola  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: The usage of firewood during fuel crisis in Jalbirey.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: an old woman cutting firewood by the roadside near Jalbirey  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: an old woman cutting firewood by the roadside near Jalbirey  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: locals near Jalbirey preparing coal from firewood.  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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Nepal, Enroute Kartike from Jalbirey, Dhaday Khola, 7 December 2015  The World Food Programme restored access to food, shelter and other vital supplies to approximately 14,000 people by rehabilitating 32 km feeder road that was completely damaged by 25 April earthquake.  The rehabilitation of Kartike- Jalbire road has opened up access to people living in 13 different VDC’s (Village Developmental Council) that were completely cut off by the earthquake. The road which goes up to 1,156 metre high also enables quake-affected communities higher in the mountainous region to transport their supplies up the trails to their remote villages. With the road, local businesses will also be able to restock their supplies and people to access medical and government services without resorting to lengthy detours.  In the Photo: Bachhu Khadka from Arniko jotel preparing meal in firewoods due to fuel crisis in Jalbirey  Photo: WFP/Samir Jung Thapa
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