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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: A WFP chartered Illyushin-76 aircraft parachutes vegetable oil into Ganyiel, one of the most food insecure locations in the Greater Upper Nile.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Smooth landing. WFP has pushed the boundaries of humanitarian logistics and can now airdrop almost all commodities in its food basket including vegetable oil and specialised nutrition products.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Cans of vegetable oil parachute out of a WFP chartered aircraft in Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile, South Sudan.   Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Smooth landing. WFP has pushed the boundaries of humanitarian logistics and can now airdrop almost all commodities in its food basket including vegetable oil and specialised nutrition products.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Smooth landing. WFP has pushed the boundaries of humanitarian logistics and can now airdrop almost all commodities in its food basket including vegetable oil and specialised nutrition products.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Cans of vegetable oil parachute out of a WFP chartered aircraft in Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile, South Sudan.   Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: Cans of vegetable oil parachute out of a WFP chartered aircraft in Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile, South Sudan.   Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: A WFP chartered Illyushin-76 aircraft opens its belly as it prepares to spit food to waiting villagers in Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile. 17 January 2018.  Food insecurity in South Sudan has reached the most extreme levels since independence in 2011. Famine has eased after a significant scale up in the humanitarian response. However, the situation remains dire across the country as the number of people struggling to find enough food each day will increase to reach 7.1 million in the absence of any form of humanitarian assistance.  Given the scale of the needs and the complexity of the humanitarian operation in South Sudan, the WFP managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is the most viable means of transport into most areas of humanitarian interest.    In the Photo: A WFP chartered Illyushin-76 aircraft opens its belly as it prepares to spit food to waiting villagers in Ganyiel, Greater Upper Nile.  Photo: WFP/Tomson Phiri
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a mother and child in Old Fangak where WFP and its partners are distributing cereals, pulses and vegetable oil along with Super Cereal Plus for children under five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to prevent and address malnutrition.   Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a mother and child in Old Fangak where WFP and its partners are distributing cereals, pulses and vegetable oil along with Super Cereal Plus for children under five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to prevent and address malnutrition.   Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a WFP helicopter transporting staff and Canadian Donor Representatives during a joint Rapid Response and Donor Mission in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: Canadian Minister of International Development Marie Claude Bibeau speaks with women in Old Fangak.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a mother and child in Old Fangak where WFP and its partners are distributing cereals, pulses and vegetable oil along with Super Cereal Plus for children under five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to prevent and address malnutrition.   Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a mother and child in Old Fangak where WFP and its partners are distributing cereals, pulses and vegetable oil along with Super Cereal Plus for children under five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to prevent and address malnutrition.   Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: WFP staff greet each other as an Ilyushin 76 airplane flies over the drop-zone in Old Fangak, delivering much-needed food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a WFP staff member facilitates an airdrop in Old Fangak where Ilyushin 76 airplanes are about to deliver much-needed food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a WFP staff member facilitates an airdrop in Old Fangak where Ilyushin 76 airplanes are about to deliver much-needed food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a WFP staff member facilitates an airdrop in Old Fangak where Ilyushin 76 airplanes are about to deliver much-needed food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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South Sudan, Jonglei State, Old Fangak, 17 June 2017  39,000 people have been receiving WFP food assistance in Old Fangak – one of WFP’s 36 Rapid Response food distribution locations in Jonglei State. Of these, 8,500 are children under five years of age. The area is currently classified as IPC phase 3 (crisis). In 2017, WFP plans to deliver around 6,800 metric tons of food commodities to Old Fangak through RRM missions – in general food distributions and blanket supplementary feeding programmes – via airdrops every 60 days.   In the photo: a WFP staff member facilitates an airdrop in Old Fangak where Ilyushin 76 airplanes are about to deliver much-needed food assistance.  Photo: WFP/Sabine Starke
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