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Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a beneficiary collects money from a distribution centre as part of WFP's cash-based transfers programme in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 3618.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a beneficiary collects money from a distribution centre as part of WFP's cash-based transfers programme in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5586.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: 69-year-old Aboubakar is from Assaga in Nigeria. He arrived in Boulonguouri two years ago with his seven children. "We had to run for our lives. We were scared. Boko Haram came in our village and killed 13 people. The cries still resonate in my mind," says Aboubakar, his voice filled with anxiety. Boubakar's family benefitted from WFP's support, "it helps us a lot. My life is better now and I am more confident about our future."  Here, Aboubakar collects money from a distribution centre as part of WFP's cash-based transfers programme in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6136.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: 69-year-old Aboubakar is from Assaga in Nigeria. He arrived in Boulonguouri two years ago with his seven children. "We had to run for our lives. We were scared. Boko Haram came in our village and killed 13 people. The cries still resonate in my mind," says Aboubakar, his voice filled with anxiety. Boubakar's family benefitted from WFP's support, "it helps us a lot. My life is better now and I am more confident about our future."  Here, Aboubakar exchanges a voucher for money at a distribution centre as part of WFP's cash-based transfers programme in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6152.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: 69-year-old Aboubakar is from Assaga in Nigeria. He arrived in Boulonguouri two years ago with his seven children. "We had to run for our lives. We were scared. Boko Haram came in our village and killed 13 people. The cries still resonate in my mind," says Aboubakar, his voice filled with anxiety. Boubakar's family benefitted from WFP's support, "it helps us a lot. My life is better now and I am more confident about our future."  Here, Aboubakar exchanges his WFP money for rations in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6911.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 25 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: 69-year-old Aboubakar is from Assaga in Nigeria. He arrived in Boulonguouri two years ago with his seven children. "We had to run for our lives. We were scared. Boko Haram came in our village and killed 13 people. The cries still resonate in my mind," says Aboubakar, his voice filled with anxiety. Boubakar's family benefitted from WFP's support, "it helps us a lot. My life is better now and I am more confident about our future."  Here, Aboubakar exchanges his WFP money for rations in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5912.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 24 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: 69-year-old Aboubakar is from Assaga in Nigeria. He arrived in Boulonguouri two years ago with his seven children. "We had to run for our lives. We were scared. Boko Haram came in our village and killed 13 people. The cries still resonate in my mind," says Aboubakar, his voice filled with anxiety. Boubakar's family benefitted from WFP's support, "it helps us a lot. My life is better now and I am more confident about our future."  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 4642.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 24 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a woman with WFP food assistance in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6364.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 24 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a family who receive WFP food assistance in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6938.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5428.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 4812.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6645.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6382.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5513.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5505.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5904.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa Region, 24 November 2016  Of particular concern in Niger, is the situation of children: one in eight children never reaches the age of five and 42 percent of children are chronically malnourished.   During the peak of the 2012 crisis, the national prevalence of global acute malnutrition among children 6-59 months reached 14.8 percent nationwide, exceeding the emergency threshold of 15 percent in four of eight regions of the country. Historic trends indicate that even during non-crisis years, rates of acute malnutrition can rapidly peak beyond emergency thresholds during the lean season period, when food access is most constrained.  WFP’s School Meals Programme throughout schools in Niger helps children stay in school, pursue an education and break the cycle of malnutrition.   In the photo: Abounga Primary School in the Diffa region. This school opened in November 2015, and welcomes 388 students. It was established by displaced people who fled Boko Haram violence and is supported by WFP through its involvement in the School Meals Programme and by UNICEF.   Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6738.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a woman receives oil at a WFP food distribution in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5937.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a WFP food distribution in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6476.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a beneficiary with her son at a WFP food distribution in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 4873.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a young child undergoes a Mid Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) test, to measure malnutrition, in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5850.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a young child undergoes a Mid Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) test, to measure malnutrition, in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 6231.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: Super Cereal Plus rations are distributed to women and children to prevent and combat malnutrition in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 4909.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a WFP food distribution in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5737.00 kb
 
Niger, Diffa, Boulonguouri, 23 November 2016  As part of the Lake Chad Crisis regional response, WFP responds to the consequences of Boko Haram's long running violence. Millions of people across the region were affected and 9.2 million are in urgent need of assistance.  WFP delivers an integrated response across 8 municipalities in Niger (Maïné Soroa, Chetimari, Diffa, Gueskerou, Bosso, Toumour, N'Guigmi and Kablewa). WFP distributes cereal, pulses, oil, super cereal and salt, and/or food assistance through cash-based transfers (CBTs), runs asset creation programmes, supports the prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children 6-23 months through supplementary feeding, and implements school meals activities.  In the photo: a WFP food distribution in Boulonguouri.  Photo: WFP/Simon Pierre Diouf
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5472 x 3648 px 193.04 x 128.69 cm 5864.00 kb

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