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Philippines, 17 September 2018  In response to Typhoon Ompong, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is supporting the Philippine Government’s emergency response operations. Below are a few points on WFP's support to complement the National Government's operations:   - WFP is transporting 20,000 bags of rice for family food rations being packed for the typhoon-affected populations. The rice is transported from the National Food Authority in Valenzuela to the DSWD National Resource Operations Center.   - WFP will also participate in the Government’s post-typhoon assessments in Region 2 and CAR, where WFP will be assessing the food security in both regions.   WFP’s support to the Philippine Government’s emergency response is made possible through the contribution of the United States Agency for International Development’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance.  Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Philippines, 17 September 2018  In response to Typhoon Ompong, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is supporting the Philippine Government’s emergency response operations. Below are a few points on WFP's support to complement the National Government's operations:   - WFP is transporting 20,000 bags of rice for family food rations being packed for the typhoon-affected populations. The rice is transported from the National Food Authority in Valenzuela to the DSWD National Resource Operations Center.   - WFP will also participate in the Government’s post-typhoon assessments in Region 2 and CAR, where WFP will be assessing the food security in both regions.   WFP’s support to the Philippine Government’s emergency response is made possible through the contribution of the United States Agency for International Development’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance.  Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Philippines, 17 September 2018  In response to Typhoon Ompong, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is supporting the Philippine Government’s emergency response operations. Below are a few points on WFP's support to complement the National Government's operations:   - WFP is transporting 20,000 bags of rice for family food rations being packed for the typhoon-affected populations. The rice is transported from the National Food Authority in Valenzuela to the DSWD National Resource Operations Center.   - WFP will also participate in the Government’s post-typhoon assessments in Region 2 and CAR, where WFP will be assessing the food security in both regions.   WFP’s support to the Philippine Government’s emergency response is made possible through the contribution of the United States Agency for International Development’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance.  Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Philippines, Barangay Kormatan, Madalum, Lanao del Sur, 28 December 2017  Typhoon Tembin, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Vinta, was a deadly tropical cyclone that impacted the southern Philippines in December 2017.  In the Photo: national main road/highway located in Municipality of Madalum is flooded with mud and big rocks when STS Tembin on December 22, 2017.   Photo: WFP/Anuar Mustapha
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Philippines, Barangay Kormatan, Madalum, Lanao del Sur, 28 December 2017  Typhoon Tembin, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Vinta, was a deadly tropical cyclone that impacted the southern Philippines in December 2017.  In the Photo: national main road/highway located in Municipality of Madalum is flooded with mud and big rocks when STS Tembin on December 22, 2017.   Photo: WFP/Anuar Mustapha
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Cotabato, 19 October 2016  In the photo: WFP works closely with ARMM HEART, the local government Humanitarian and Emergency Action Response team in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, to support poor farmers hardest hit by drought through Food for Assets programmes.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Datu Salibo, Barangay Pagatin, 19 October 2016  In the photo: a coffee nursery supported by WFP and the local government in Maguindanao.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Datu Salibo, Barangay Pagatin, 19 October 2016  In the photo: coffee plants at a nursery supported by WFP and the local government in Maguindanao.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Datu Salibo, Barangay Pagatin, 19 October 2016  In the photo: a vegetable market in Maguindanao.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Datu Salibo, Barangay Pagatin, 19 October 2016  In the photo: a vegetable market in Maguindanao.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: Anson (left) is one of 75 men hired to work on a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time. In exchange, they receive a WFP SCOPE e-card which allow them to claim food assistance for three months.  "Staying fit and active is important for all of us, especially when you're old like me. This project gives me employment but it also helps me exercise," says Anson.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: many of the roads in the Upi region are unpaved dirt roads, prone to severe flooding when monsoon rains hit. The local government identified road improvement as one area that would benefit local farmers and families. Drainage channels like this one ensure that the road remains usable whatever the weather.  WFP is implementing a project to rehabilitate five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time. In return for their work on the project, local men will receive WFP SCOPE e-cards which allow them to claim food assistance for three months.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: local men gather to register for WFP's new SCOPE e-cards which allow them to claim food assistance for three months in return for work they will do as part of a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: Anson is one of 75 men hired to work on a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time. In exchange, they receive a WFP SCOPE e-card which allow them to claim food assistance for three months.  "Staying fit and active is important for all of us, especially when you're old like me. This project gives me employment but it also helps me exercise," says Anson.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: local men gather to register for WFP's new SCOPE e-cards which allow them to claim food assistance for three months in return for work they will do as part of a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: local men gather to register for WFP's new SCOPE e-cards which allow them to claim food assistance for three months in return for work they will do as part of a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: local men gather to register for WFP's new SCOPE e-cards which allow them to claim food assistance for three months in return for work they will do as part of a local government project. The project focuses on rehabilitating five kilometres of farm-to-market roads, benefiting 950 households in 11 barangays, and aims to increase access to basic social services by reducing transportation costs and travel time.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Maguindanao, Upi, 19 October 2016  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the photo: a man works in a rice field in Maguindanao. The farm ensures livelihood diversification in the area.  Photo: WFP/Jeanne Spillane
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Philippines, Mindanao, 25 July 2016  WFP provides school-age children in conflict-affected areas of the Philippines with hot, nutritious meals, covering one-third of their daily micronutrient needs. Every school year, over 60,000 children in Maguindanao, Lanao del Norte, and Lanao del Sur are supported with school meals. Teachers and parents prepare the meals that let children concentrate on their studies rather than their stomachs.  In the photo: students eat their WFP school meals at a school in Mindanao.  Photo: WFP/Anthony Chase Lim
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Philippines, Lanao del Norte. 16 March 2016.  The Philippines has a food deficit that is exacerbated by the combined effects of man-made and natural disasters that include earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflict.  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the Photo: Participants of WFP's cash-based assistance receive their cash entitlements in Lanao del Norte.  Photo: WFP/Marilou Cezar
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Philippines, Lanao del Norte. 16 March 2016.  The Philippines has a food deficit that is exacerbated by the combined effects of man-made and natural disasters that include earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflict.  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the Photo: Participants of WFP's cash-based assistance receive their cash entitlements in Lanao del Norte.  Photo: WFP/Marilou Cezar
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Philippines, Lanao del Norte. 16 March 2016.  The Philippines has a food deficit that is exacerbated by the combined effects of man-made and natural disasters that include earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflict.  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the Photo: Participants of WFP's cash-based assistance receive their cash entitlements in Lanao del Norte.  Photo: WFP/Marilou Cezar
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Philippines, Lanao del Norte. 16 March 2016.  The Philippines has a food deficit that is exacerbated by the combined effects of man-made and natural disasters that include earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflict.  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the Photo: Participants of WFP's cash-based assistance receive their cash entitlements in Lanao del Norte.  Photo: WFP/Marilou Cezar
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Philippines, Lanao del Norte. 16 March 2016.  The Philippines has a food deficit that is exacerbated by the combined effects of man-made and natural disasters that include earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflict.  WFP helps communities affected by conflict and natural disasters to rebuild their lives by encouraging self-sufficiency through food and cash assistance programmes. People are given food or cash in exchange for their participation in asset-creation activities and vocational skills training aimed at strengthening their livelihoods and building resilience to shocks.  In the Photo: Participants of WFP's cash-based assistance receive their cash entitlements in Lanao del Norte.  Photo: WFP/Marilou Cezar
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Philippines. 11 March 2016.  WFP’s work helps vulnerable communities prepare for and respond to shocks through local community projects, innovative scientific technology, and enhancement of logistics and supply chain management through the establishment of disaster response centres in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. In the event of a sudden-onset emergency, WFP provides support such as rice and high-energy biscuits to affected people as well as logistics and telecommunications support to humanitarian operators.  In the Photo: The members of the All-Ladies Emergency Response Team are breaking gender stereotypes as they train to be one of the first all-female emergency response teams in the Philippines. WFP and private sector partner Yum! are helping empower these women so they are fully prepared to respond to emergencies. In this photo, women are responding to a bombing scenario.  Photo: WFP/Faizza Tanggol
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