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Russian Federation October 2006  Food For Education in Grzney, Chechnya. WFP assists 425 educational institutions in Chechnya by promoting access to basic education with an emphasis on reducing short-term hunger and enhancing the children's learning capacities. Following a request from the Government of Chechnya, WFP intends to pre-position food at pimary schools in Chechnya during the months of August and September 2008 to facilitate a smooth transition of school feeding activities till such a time when the local authorities can proceed with their own resources from the 2009 state budget.   Photo: WFP/M. Prusakova
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Russian Federation September 2006  Food For Education in Chechnya. WFP assists 425 educational institutions in Chechnya by promoting access to basic education with an emphasis on reducing short-term hunger and enhancing the children's learning capacities. Following a request from the Government of Chechnya, WFP intends to pre-position food at pimary schools in Chechnya during the months of August and September 2008 to facilitate a smooth transition of school feeding activities till such a time when the local authorities can proceed with their own resources from the 2009 state budget.   Photo: WFP/A. Golubstov
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Russian Federation July 2006  General Food Distribution in Ingushetia. WFP is in the process of coordinating with counterparts within the Chechen and Ingush Governmentsregarding handing over activities. A combination od sky-rocketing food prices since mid-2007 and limited donor response during 2008 has curtailed WFP's ability to mobilize the necessary tonnage. In light of this, operational and budgetary adjustments were made twice during 2008 to ensure that priorities were met. The final food distributions were made in 10,000 of the most vulnerable groups in Chechnya, including HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis patients. Simultaneously, social canteens, supported through WFP food assistance, were handed over to the Chechen Ministry of Labour and Aocial Development.   Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
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Russian Federation Mrch 2007  General food distribution in Chechnya. WFP is in the process of coordinating with counterparts within the Chechen and Ingush Governments regarding handling over activities. A combination of sky-rocketing food prices since mid-2007 and limited donor response during 2008 has curtailed WFP's ability to mobilize the necessary tonnage. In light of this, operational and budgetary adjustments were made twice during 2008 to ensure that priorities were met. The final food distributions were made in to 10,000 of the most vulnerable displaced persons in Ingushetia and 50,000 socially vulnerable groups in Chechnya, including HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis patients. Simultaneously, social canteens, supported through WFP food assisance, were handed over to the Chechen Ministry of Labour and Social Development.  Photo: WFP/A. Golubstov
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Russian Federation March 2007  WFP food for work in Chechnya. WFP intends to assist 17,300 vulnerable people to enhance their physical assets and income throough rehabilitation of agriculture and local infrastructure.  Photo: WFP/S. Tsarnaev
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Russia, Chechnya, 2002  Unloading food bags.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002    As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.    Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.    Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002    As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.    Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.    Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002    As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.    Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.    Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Russian Federation, Chechnya, July 2002  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Mia Turner
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Chechnya, Russian Federation, October 2003  As part of the UN Consolidated Appeals Process, WFP has been providing emergency food assistance to about 310,000 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and vulnerable groups in Ingushetia and Chechnya since early 2000.  Food assistance is also provided within a Food for Education programme in Chechnya for children enrolled in pre-school, primary, secondary and boarding schools. The programme, which initially targeted some 20,000 primary students and 250 pre-school children, has been gradually expanded and currently covers more than 115,500 children in over 395 educational institutions in Chechnya. In the 2005/2006 scholastic year, WFP plans to reach about 130,000 children by including new areas of Chechnya.  Photo:WFP/Photo Library
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