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Sudan, Khartoum, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: an aerial view shows the Nile river cutting through the Sudanese capital Khartoum.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Muhammad Salah
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Belinda Popovska
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: nutrition center located in the Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur where displaced people receive WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition.  Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: nutrition center located in the Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur where displaced people receive WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition.  Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Muhammad Salah
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur where displaced people receive WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition.  Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Belinda Popovska
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Muhammad Salah
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Sudan, Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur, 6 August 2018  In the Photo: the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley visiting Otash camp in Nyala, South Darfur. Mr Beasley saw first-hand the situation of over 85,000 displaced people in this camp where he spoke to families receiving WFP cash assistance, food and specialized nutritional products for children suffering from malnutrition. Many people have been living in the camp, which was opened in August 2004, for more than a decade, while others have arrived in the past months because of fighting in the Jebel Marra region. Displaced community leaders appealed to WFP’s Executive Director to carry their voice for peace to the world, so that they can return home to their farmsteads.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Sudan, Geneina camp, Darfur. 28 February 2018.  A small soap business in Darfur brightens the future. Women in Geneina camp in Darfur get through hardship and displacement through creating small businesses to increase their limited incomes.  In the Photo: Hawa’s youngest children are all able to attend school thanks to the money she made making and selling handicrafts.  Fourteen years ago, Hawa Adam Al-Nour and her family fled their home in Sirba locality of West Darfur State. They sought refuge in a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Geneina, West Darfur’s capital. They left everything they owned behind including farms and livestock seeking safety and food.  “We had a good life back then; we used to farm and planted sorghum, tomatoes, okra and other vegetables as well as raised animals. We were self-reliant! We used to produce enough food for ourselves and even have surplus to sell in the market for some extra money,” said Hawa; Arabic for Eve.  Hawa received life-changing support from agencies and NGOs during her many years in the camp. WFP provided women like Hawa with food assistance and food in return for training. Through the skills she learnt, Hawa started a soap business. She was making soap for her own use and for sale in the market.  Thanks to their mother’s skills and hard-work, last year one of Hawa’s daughters graduated from university in Khartoum and her sister will be following suit this year. Their siblings are also keen to complete their education to improve their lives and that of their parents. They all dream of a brighter future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Geneina camp, Darfur. 28 February 2018.  A small soap business in Darfur brightens the future. Women in Geneina camp in Darfur get through hardship and displacement through creating small businesses to increase their limited incomes.  In the Photo: Hawa’s youngest children are all able to attend school thanks to the money she made making and selling handicrafts.  Fourteen years ago, Hawa Adam Al-Nour and her family fled their home in Sirba locality of West Darfur State. They sought refuge in a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Geneina, West Darfur’s capital. They left everything they owned behind including farms and livestock seeking safety and food.  “We had a good life back then; we used to farm and planted sorghum, tomatoes, okra and other vegetables as well as raised animals. We were self-reliant! We used to produce enough food for ourselves and even have surplus to sell in the market for some extra money,” said Hawa; Arabic for Eve.  Hawa received life-changing support from agencies and NGOs during her many years in the camp. WFP provided women like Hawa with food assistance and food in return for training. Through the skills she learnt, Hawa started a soap business. She was making soap for her own use and for sale in the market.  Thanks to their mother’s skills and hard-work, last year one of Hawa’s daughters graduated from university in Khartoum and her sister will be following suit this year. Their siblings are also keen to complete their education to improve their lives and that of their parents. They all dream of a brighter future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Geneina camp, Darfur. 27 February 2018.  A small soap business in Darfur brightens the future. Women in Geneina camp in Darfur get through hardship and displacement through creating small businesses to increase their limited incomes.  In the Photo: The women in Geneina are taught to make soap which they then sell to earn money to cover the needs of their families.  Fourteen years ago, Hawa Adam Al-Nour and her family fled their home in Sirba locality of West Darfur State. They sought refuge in a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Geneina, West Darfur’s capital. They left everything they owned behind including farms and livestock seeking safety and food.  “We had a good life back then; we used to farm and planted sorghum, tomatoes, okra and other vegetables as well as raised animals. We were self-reliant! We used to produce enough food for ourselves and even have surplus to sell in the market for some extra money,” said Hawa; Arabic for Eve.  Hawa received life-changing support from agencies and NGOs during her many years in the camp. WFP provided women like Hawa with food assistance and food in return for training. Through the skills she learnt, Hawa started a soap business. She was making soap for her own use and for sale in the market.  Thanks to their mother’s skills and hard-work, last year one of Hawa’s daughters graduated from university in Khartoum and her sister will be following suit this year. Their siblings are also keen to complete their education to improve their lives and that of their parents. They all dream of a brighter future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Geneina camp, Darfur. 27 February 2018.  A small soap business in Darfur brightens the future. Women in Geneina camp in Darfur get through hardship and displacement through creating small businesses to increase their limited incomes.  In the Photo: Hawa (left) and her friends showing soap which they produced in the camp after receiving training under WFP Food for Assets activities.  Fourteen years ago, Hawa Adam Al-Nour and her family fled their home in Sirba locality of West Darfur State. They sought refuge in a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Geneina, West Darfur’s capital. They left everything they owned behind including farms and livestock seeking safety and food.  “We had a good life back then; we used to farm and planted sorghum, tomatoes, okra and other vegetables as well as raised animals. We were self-reliant! We used to produce enough food for ourselves and even have surplus to sell in the market for some extra money,” said Hawa; Arabic for Eve.  Hawa received life-changing support from agencies and NGOs during her many years in the camp. WFP provided women like Hawa with food assistance and food in return for training. Through the skills she learnt, Hawa started a soap business. She was making soap for her own use and for sale in the market.  Thanks to their mother’s skills and hard-work, last year one of Hawa’s daughters graduated from university in Khartoum and her sister will be following suit this year. Their siblings are also keen to complete their education to improve their lives and that of their parents. They all dream of a brighter future.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: View from a helicopter landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: View from a helicopter landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: WFP trucks offloading food In the warehouse.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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