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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Food supplied by the WFP, at Shousha transit camp, in the city of Ras Edjir.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Beneficiaries, recieving meals supplied by the WFP.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Beneficiaries, recieving meals supplied by the WFP.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Food supplied by the WFP, at Shousha transit camp, in the city of Ras Edjir.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Food supplied by the WFP, at Shousha transit camp, in the city of Ras Edjir.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.   Frankis a Ghanaian worker who has spent three days at the transit camp, and is happy of being there. After three years as a construction worker in Libya, earning around US $300 a month, Frank, 25, now has a small savings back in Ghana.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.   Frankis a Ghanaian worker who has spent three days at the transit camp, and is happy of being there. After three years as a construction worker in Libya, earning around US $300 a month, Frank, 25, now has a small savings back in Ghana.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Benjamin, a 23-year-old Ghanaian plaster worker, is among tens of thousands of foreigners who fled Libya and now wait at a Tunisian transit camp for a flight home.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Benjamin, a 23-year-old Ghanaian plaster worker, is among tens of thousands of foreigners who fled Libya and now wait at a Tunisian transit camp for a flight home.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Tunisia, Ras Edjir, Shousha Camp, 14 March 2011  The World Food Programme is running the camp's biggest food operation at Shousha Transit Camp, in the city of Ras Edjir, serving 15,000 cooked meals daily. More than 110,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and many of the arrivals say they have had limited access to food during the journey from their homes and workplaces in Libya. The WFP team is working on the ground to build the capacity of the local actors to scale up food assistance in preparation for new arrivals to Tunisia and at the same time on the contingency planning for provision of food assistance and logistics inside Libya as soon as a safe humanitarian access is secured.  Benjamin, a 23-year-old Ghanaian plaster worker, is among tens of thousands of foreigners who fled Libya and now wait at a Tunisian transit camp for a flight home.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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