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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: Mohamed Salem Abu Zaid, Head of PTA, Marta School for Girls, Kadugli, South Kordofan State, posing in front of Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo, from left to right: - Osman Al Shayepe, WFP Staff, Kadugli, South Kordofan Sub Office - Bianka Zyra, WFP Public information (Communications) Officer in Sudan - Mohamed Salem Abu Zaid, Head of PTA, Marta School for Girls, Kadugli, South Kordofan State. - Mohamed Hussain Bringi, Head of School Meals Programme of South Korodfan State Ministry of Education.  - Abdulaziz Abdulmomin, WFP staff, Khartoum Country Office  posing together in front of Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: Bianka Zyra, WFP Public information (Communications) Officer in Sudan, visiting the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: Bianka Zyra, WFP Public information (Communications) Officer in Sudan, visiting the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: Bianka Zyra, WFP Public information (Communications) Officer in Sudan, visiting the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: Mohamed Salem Abu Zaid, Head of PTA, Marta School for Girls, Kadugli, South Kordofan State, posing in front of Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo, from left to right: - Osman Al Shayepe, WFP Staff, Kadugli, South Kordofan Sub Office - Ahmed Kakoom, Manager of ASSIST (National NGO and WFP partner) - Abdlaziz Abdulmomin, WFP staff, Khartoum Country Office - Mostafa Omer, ASSIST staff - Bianka Zyra, WFP Public information (Communications) Officer in Sudan - Abdulrahim Hamid, ASSIST staff  posing together in front of Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 17 September 2017  In the Photo: General Food Distribution to Internally Displaced People (Cooperating Partners Sudanese Red Crescent and Mubadiroon Organization).  WFP field office for South and West Kordofan in Kadugli.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 17 September 2017  In the Photo: General Food Distribution to Internally Displaced People (Cooperating Partners Sudanese Red Crescent and Mubadiroon Organization).  WFP field office for South and West Kordofan in Kadugli.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 17 September 2017  In the Photo: General Food Distribution to Internally Displaced People (Cooperating Partners Sudanese Red Crescent and Mubadiroon Organization).  WFP field office for South and West Kordofan in Kadugli.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 17 September 2017  In the Photo: General Food Distribution to Internally Displaced People (Cooperating Partners Sudanese Red Crescent and Mubadiroon Organization).  WFP field office for South and West Kordofan in Kadugli.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 17 September 2017  In the Photo: General Food Distribution to Internally Displaced People (Cooperating Partners Sudanese Red Crescent and Mubadiroon Organization).  WFP field office for South and West Kordofan in Kadugli.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: a view of of the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: a view of of the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: children in front of the Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Kosti, Kadugli (Kaduqli), South Kordofan, 18 September 2017  WFP school meals are a major incentive for families to send their children to school and keep them there. This crucial meal allows children to focus on their studies rather than their stomachs and helps to increase school enrolment and improve children’s cognitive skills. Thanks to donors like USAID, WFP is able to provide healthy meals to school children in the country. In addition to financial contributions, USAID — WFP’s largest donor in Sudan — also contributes various food food items that are basic ingredients of school meals including sorghum, lentils and vegetable oil.  Since the beginning of this year, WFP provided school meals to over 1 million students in 11 states across the country, including 28,000 students in South Kordofan State. These students, like Nasreen, come from conflict-affected families who were displaced from their areas of origin and depend on food assistance provided by WFP. South Kordofan State is one of those worst-affected by conflict, which has resulted in the displacement of thousands of people. They all left their homes and livelihoods behind in search of safety and food. Most of them rely on WFP food assistance distributed by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and our NGO partners including Mobadron.  In the Photo: pupils attending Marta School in Kosti, in Sudan’s South Kordofan. World Food Programme school meals help displaced children get an education and look forward to a better future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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