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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: 31-year-old Agostinha Pires is the only midwife in Marobo and bravely rides her motorbike across some of the most challenging mountain territories in Bobonaro municipality, which is famous for its sharp mountain peaks and landslide prone hills. Agostinha uses every opportunity she can to tell mothers about healthy eating and good nutrition during her pre and postnatal visits. Assisting up to 12 deliveries a month, Agostinha thinks she has probably brought 1,000 children into the world over the past eight years.  “My job is very important because mothers understand why they are malnourished when I conduct health promotion activities. It motivates me to see women and children gaining strength after receiving treatment against malnutrition”.  Louriano Serreno, the District Public Health Officer in Bobonaro, says Agostinha is one of a kind, with no other female doctors or midwives daring to travel alone at night.“Agostinha is very dedicated and she works hard,” he says. Sometimes she rides for up to two hours, on steep mountain roads. “I have never had an accident. In case of an emergency I drive at night too. I am never scared,” Agostinha says with confidence.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: breastfeeding mothers walk home from an Integrated Community Health Services (SISCA) programme, implemented by the Ministry of Health (MOH), where they received Timor Vita rations - a locally produced fortified corn soya blend for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: at an Integrated Community Health Services (SISCA) programme, Ministry of Health (MOH) staff member, Alfredo da Cruz, runs a nutrition activity.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: at an Integrated Community Health Services (SISCA) programme, implemented by the Ministry of Health (MOH), a volunteer explains a healthy plate in the local Kemak language to breastfeeding mothers.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: at an Integrated Community Health Services (SISCA) programme, implemented by the Ministry of Health (MOH), volunteers record women and children's medical information.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: at an Integrated Community Health Services (SISCA) programme, implemented by the Ministry of Health (MOH), a volunteer registers babies' weight.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: WFP staff member Dionisio da Cruz gives Timor Vita rations - a locally produced fortified corn soya blend for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers - to a woman in Marobo, while Ministry of Health staff member, Alfredo da Cruz, checks her registration card.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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Timor Leste, Bobonaro, Marobo, 27 September 2016  Timor Leste has one of the highest rates of malnutrition in the world. One in two children suffer from stunting, a form of malnutrition where a child’s height is too low for their age, and just over one in ten children suffer from wasting, where a child’s weight is too low for their height.  Dozens of health staff and nutrition focal points are trained by WFP, with funding from the European Union (EU), in Bobonaro as part of the Mother Child Health and Nutrition project implemented by the Ministry of Health. Since January 2016, the programme has provided treatment and education on nutrition to 12,115 malnourished children, and 14,319 malnourished pregnant or breastfeeding mothers.  In the photo: 31-year-old Agostinha Pires is the only midwife in Marobo and bravely rides her motorbike across some of the most challenging mountain territories in Bobonaro municipality, which is famous for its sharp mountain peaks and landslide prone hills. Agostinha uses every opportunity she can to tell mothers about healthy eating and good nutrition during her pre and postnatal visits. Assisting up to 12 deliveries a month, Agostinha thinks she has probably brought 1,000 children into the world over the past eight years.  “My job is very important because mothers understand why they are malnourished when I conduct health promotion activities. It motivates me to see women and children gaining strength after receiving treatment against malnutrition”.  Louriano Serreno, the District Public Health Officer in Bobonaro, says Agostinha is one of a kind, with no other female doctors or midwives daring to travel alone at night.“Agostinha is very dedicated and she works hard,” he says. Sometimes she rides for up to two hours, on steep mountain roads. “I have never had an accident. In case of an emergency I drive at night too. I am never scared,” Agostinha says with confidence.  Photo: WFP/Miriam Eid
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  WFP staff working in the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.   Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Children beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Children beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Children beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor, June 2008  Woman going through paperwork and list of beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  List of beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Children beneficiaries of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Child beneficiary of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Child beneficiary of WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  A mother holds her child beneficiary, who has received High Energy Biscuits at WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  A mother hold her child beneficiary, who has received High Energy Biscuits at WFP's Mother and Child Nutrition Program in West Timor, part of WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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West Timor June 2008  Some inhabitants of the area interested by WFP's Nutritional Rehabilitation Program in West Timor.  Photo: WFP/Diego Fernandez
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