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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 08 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Rukban (Rakban), 09 February 2019  Rukban settlement is one of the last remaining remote locations in Syria that are hard-to-reach. WFP and UN reached the settlement for the second time from inside Syria to deliver food assistance and other humanitarian assistance to 40,000 people stranded inside the settlement.   WFP is delivering both ready-to-eat rations and family food rations for each family of five in the settlement. In order to keep the displaced population food secure for longer, WFP increased the size of the family food rations to provide 2100 kcals instead of the regular 1500 kcals. We are also providing nutritional supplements to prevent malnutrition in more than 5,000 children.   WFP and UN entered the settlement on Feb 7th and began offloading WFP, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO assistance at select distribution points. The offloading and distributions will take place over the course of one week to reach 40,000 people and provide vaccinations enough for 10,000 children.   The UN convoy faced challenges on the road heading to Rukban settlement due to torrential rain and difficult, muddy road conditions. At one point two of the trucks got stuck in the mud and the team was delayed temporarily. Distributions began in one of the areas inside Rukban settlement and will continue tomorrow.     Living conditions at Rukban are extremely tough due to the remoteness of the settlement and the harsh desert climate. Very little grows in the eastern southern region of Syria where Rukban is located. Families trapped there found their way to Ruban in the last three years as they fled their conflict-ridden towns and villages, most of which were under ISIS control. Unable to cross into Jordan, these families settled in the Rukban region.   Difficult weather conditions and heavy rain caked the desert ground with mud, making the movement of the convoy to Rukban settlement a challenge.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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