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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: sacks of WFP yellow split peas at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: sacks of WFP yellow split peas at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: sacks of WFP yellow split peas at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson checks the stocks of vegetable oil at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson checks the stocks of vegetable oil at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 8 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson checks the stocks of vegetable oil at Bajil warehouse in Hodeidah governorate on 8 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished 4 month old baby Moataz at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished 4 month old baby Moataz at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo tends to severely malnourished 4 month old baby Moataz at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo tends to severely malnourished 4 month old baby Moataz at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo tends to severely malnourished 4 month old baby Moataz at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo discusses a patient’s file with a nurse at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019..  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo discusses a patient’s file with a nurse at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019..  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo discusses a patient’s file with a nurse at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019..  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP nutritionist Trust Mlambo at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Country Director Stephen Anderson at Al Thawrah Hospital in Hodeidah on 7 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 7 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Programme Officer Mohammed Yagout at the WFP office in Hodeidah on 7 February 201  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hodeidah governorate, 5 February 2019  In the Photo: women walk across a field in Hodeidah governorate on 5 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 5 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Nutritionist Noora Naji talks to pregnant women enrolled in a WFP malnutrition treatment programme at Al Kubri health facility in Hajjah governorate on 5 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 5 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: WFP Nutritionist Noora Naji talks to pregnant women enrolled in a WFP malnutrition treatment programme at Al Kubri health facility in Hajjah governorate on 5 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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