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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 8 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: A man uses an iris scanner for biometric identification to receive food under the new WFP procedures.   Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 8 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: Women in Oruchinga refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 8 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: Food distribution in Oruchinga refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 8 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: Food distribution in Oruchinga refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and her baby Remi after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and her baby Remi after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and her baby Remi after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and her baby Remi, after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and her baby Remi after collecting food at the new site in Oruchinga.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria watches her family’s maize get weighed electronically under new WFP regulations.   Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria receives her monthly entitlement of nutritionally fortified flour from WFP.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria receives her monthly entitlement of nutritionally fortified flour from WFP.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria receives her monthly entitlement of nutritionally fortified flour from WFP.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria and other refugees waiting to receive food under the new WFP procedures.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Women waiting to receive food under the new WFP procedures.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria uses an iris scanner for biometric identification to receive food under the new WFP procedures.   Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   Maria Macumi, a Burundian mother of four, came to Uganda eight years ago after her husband was brutally murdered by members of an opposing political party in Muyinga province, Burundi. “I knew they were looking for me and my children too, so I ran to Uganda,” says Maria. “It’s been peaceful for us here and I can get some small money from farming for soap and clothes, but I still need the food from WFP to feed all my children.”  In the Photo: Maria uses an iris scanner for biometric identification to receive food under the new WFP procedures.   Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 7 March 2018.  The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: A Congolese woman uses an iris scanner for biometric identification to receive food under the new WFP procedures.   Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: WFP Assistant Executive Director Valerie Guarnieri scoops beans with Jenirose, a refugee from DRC.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: USAid and WFP staff.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: Biometrics in Oruchinga refugee camp  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: Biometrics in Oruchinga refugee camp  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: WFP Assistant Executive Director Valerie Guarnieri scoops beans with Jenirose, a refugee from DRC.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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Uganda, Oruchinga refugee camp, Isingiro District, Western Region. 5 March 2018.  WFP provides cash/food assistance to meet the food and nutrition needs of over one million refugees as well as Ugandans affected by recurring climate shocks.   The Government of Uganda and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) with support from the World Food Programme (WFP) are working to biometrically verify all refugees in Uganda by the end of the year. The refugee biometric verification exercise currently underway in Uganda is the largest in history, and uses UNHCR’s biometric registration software to collect personal data about refugees, including iris scans and ten finger prints. WFP is using its logistical prowess and deploying rapid response teams to set up the sites for the country-wide verification exercise — and then use these centres for food distribution each month.  Oruchinga is the first-ever refugee camp in Uganda where a food distribution is being carried out using these biometric checks.   In the Photo: WFP Assistant Executive Director Valerie Guarnieri scoops beans with Jenirose, a refugee from DRC.  Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill
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