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Uganda, Iganga, Eastern Region of Uganda. 1 November 2017.  A land-locked country in East Africa, Uganda produces more food than it consumes. Yet, poverty still limits people’s access to nutritious food, especially in the north and east of the country. Uganda hosts more refugees than any other country in Africa, including people who have fled from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. The Government gives refugees plots of land to cultivate, to encourage their self-sufficiency. However, as the number of refugees – especially from South Sudan – grows, these plots become gradually smaller.   Working with the Ministry of Agriculture and other UN agencies, WFP trains smallholder farmers (including refugees and members of host communities) on ways to increase productivity, diversify crops to enhance nutrition, control quality and access markets. WFP also builds warehouses for smallholder farmer groups and subsidizes equipment as part of a wider programme for reducing post-harvest food losses.  In the photo: The warehouse built by WFP to enable the farmers bulk and sell quality grain to buyers not limited to WFP.  Photo: WFP/Lydia Wamala
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Uganda, Iganga, Eastern Region of Uganda. 1 November 2017.  A land-locked country in East Africa, Uganda produces more food than it consumes. Yet, poverty still limits people’s access to nutritious food, especially in the north and east of the country. Uganda hosts more refugees than any other country in Africa, including people who have fled from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. The Government gives refugees plots of land to cultivate, to encourage their self-sufficiency. However, as the number of refugees – especially from South Sudan – grows, these plots become gradually smaller.   Working with the Ministry of Agriculture and other UN agencies, WFP trains smallholder farmers (including refugees and members of host communities) on ways to increase productivity, diversify crops to enhance nutrition, control quality and access markets. WFP also builds warehouses for smallholder farmer groups and subsidizes equipment as part of a wider programme for reducing post-harvest food losses.  In the photo: The warehouse built by WFP to enable the farmers bulk and sell quality grain to buyers not limited to WFP.  Photo: WFP/Lydia Wamala
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Uganda, Iganga, Eastern Region of Uganda. 1 November 2017.  A land-locked country in East Africa, Uganda produces more food than it consumes. Yet, poverty still limits people’s access to nutritious food, especially in the north and east of the country. Uganda hosts more refugees than any other country in Africa, including people who have fled from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. The Government gives refugees plots of land to cultivate, to encourage their self-sufficiency. However, as the number of refugees – especially from South Sudan – grows, these plots become gradually smaller.   Working with the Ministry of Agriculture and other UN agencies, WFP trains smallholder farmers (including refugees and members of host communities) on ways to increase productivity, diversify crops to enhance nutrition, control quality and access markets. WFP also builds warehouses for smallholder farmer groups and subsidizes equipment as part of a wider programme for reducing post-harvest food losses.  In the photo: The warehouse built by WFP to enable the farmers bulk and sell quality grain to buyers not limited to WFP.  Photo: WFP/Lydia Wamala
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Uganda, Iganga, Eastern Region of Uganda. 1 November 2017.  A land-locked country in East Africa, Uganda produces more food than it consumes. Yet, poverty still limits people’s access to nutritious food, especially in the north and east of the country. Uganda hosts more refugees than any other country in Africa, including people who have fled from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. The Government gives refugees plots of land to cultivate, to encourage their self-sufficiency. However, as the number of refugees – especially from South Sudan – grows, these plots become gradually smaller.   Working with the Ministry of Agriculture and other UN agencies, WFP trains smallholder farmers (including refugees and members of host communities) on ways to increase productivity, diversify crops to enhance nutrition, control quality and access markets. WFP also builds warehouses for smallholder farmer groups and subsidizes equipment as part of a wider programme for reducing post-harvest food losses.  In the photo: The warehouse built by WFP to enable the farmers bulk and sell quality grain to buyers not limited to WFP.  Photo: WFP/Lydia Wamala
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Karamoja, Uganda, 6 July 2017  Members of the community in Kaabong district, Karamoja, gather to be counted and electronically registered – as part of a joint exercise led by the Government of Uganda, supported by the World Food Programme.  WFP is supporting the Government of Uganda to model a single registry in Karamoja to support the delivery of more effective, accountable, targeted and transparent programming into the region. The platform will provide an overview of who is receiving what, where, why and when, allowing strengthened coordination of national social protection programmes. The data collected includes: basic demographic data, fingerprints, photos, details of any assistance received and vulnerabilities. Modelling a new registration system in Karamoja, using WFP’s corporate registration platform SCOPE lays the foundation for the Government’s National Single Registry, due to be launched in 2018.   In the photo: Electronic registration in Karamoja  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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