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Colombia, Cúcuta (Norte de Santander), 01 May 2018  At the request of the Colombian Government, in April of this year, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) launched a humanitarian operation to provide food assistance to the increasing numbers of migrants in the departments of Arauca, La Guajira and Norte de Santander, located on the Colombian-Venezuelan border.  In the Photo: Parroquia La Dolorosa, Colombia-Venezuela border, Cúcuta, Colombia, one of the main entry points for people crossing from Venezuela into Colombia. Around 900 people a day cross into Cucuta, Colombia from Venezuela. WFP is supporting the Catholic Church and other social organizations that provide hot meals, especially to women, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities.  Zoraida Moreno shows the pre-paid coupons she received from WFP at the WFP registration point set up inside the Parroquia La Dolorosa, Cúcuta, Colombia. Migrant families living in temporary shelters or informal settlements are receiving pre-paid cards valued at US$ 34 (or 96,000 Colombian pesos) that they can exchange for food and other basic need items at local shops that have been previously selected by WFP. Purchasing alcohol, cigarettes, clothes, paper products and electric appliances is prohibited.  Photos: WFP/Dario Lopera
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Colombia, Cúcuta (Norte de Santander), 01 May 2018  At the request of the Colombian Government, in April of this year, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) launched a humanitarian operation to provide food assistance to the increasing numbers of migrants in the departments of Arauca, La Guajira and Norte de Santander, located on the Colombian-Venezuelan border.  In the Photo: Parroquia La Dolorosa, Colombia-Venezuela border, Cúcuta, Colombia, one of the main entry points for people crossing from Venezuela into Colombia. Around 900 people a day cross into Cucuta, Colombia from Venezuela. WFP is supporting the Catholic Church and other social organizations that provide hot meals, especially to women, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities.  Bianes Mendoza (wearing a fuchsia shirt) and her family, are receiving assistance at the WFP registration point set up inside the Parroquia La Dolorosa, Cúcuta, Colombia. Migrant families living in temporary shelters or informal settlements are receiving pre-paid cards valued at US$ 34 (or 96,000 Colombian pesos) that they can exchange for food and other basic need items at local shops that have been previously selected by WFP. Purchasing alcohol, cigarettes, clothes, paper products and electric appliances is prohibited.  Photos: WFP/Dario Lopera
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Colombia, Cúcuta (Norte de Santander), 01 May 2018  At the request of the Colombian Government, in April of this year, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) launched a humanitarian operation to provide food assistance to the increasing numbers of migrants in the departments of Arauca, La Guajira and Norte de Santander, located on the Colombian-Venezuelan border.  In the Photo: Parroquia La Dolorosa, Colombia-Venezuela border, Cúcuta, Colombia, one of the main entry points for people crossing from Venezuela into Colombia. Around 900 people a day cross into Cucuta, Colombia from Venezuela. WFP is supporting the Catholic Church and other social organizations that provide hot meals, especially to women, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities.  Bianes Mendoza (wearing a fuchsia shirt) and her family, are receiving assistance at the WFP registration point set up inside the Parroquia La Dolorosa, Cúcuta, Colombia. Migrant families living in temporary shelters or informal settlements are receiving pre-paid cards valued at US$ 34 (or 96,000 Colombian pesos) that they can exchange for food and other basic need items at local shops that have been previously selected by WFP. Purchasing alcohol, cigarettes, clothes, paper products and electric appliances is prohibited.  Photos: WFP/Dario Lopera
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5184 x 3456 px 182.88 x 121.92 cm 7481.00 kb
 
Colombia, Cúcuta (Norte de Santander), 01 May 2018  At the request of the Colombian Government, in April of this year, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) launched a humanitarian operation to provide food assistance to the increasing numbers of migrants in the departments of Arauca, La Guajira and Norte de Santander, located on the Colombian-Venezuelan border.  In the Photo: Parroquia La Dolorosa, Colombia-Venezuela border, Cúcuta, Colombia, one of the main entry points for people crossing from Venezuela into Colombia. Around 900 people a day cross into Cucuta, Colombia from Venezuela. WFP is supporting the Catholic Church and other social organizations that provide hot meals, especially to women, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities.  Bianes Mendoza (wearing a fuchsia shirt) and her family, are receiving assistance at the WFP registration point set up inside the Parroquia La Dolorosa, Cúcuta, Colombia. Migrant families living in temporary shelters or informal settlements are receiving pre-paid cards valued at US$ 34 (or 96,000 Colombian pesos) that they can exchange for food and other basic need items at local shops that have been previously selected by WFP. Purchasing alcohol, cigarettes, clothes, paper products and electric appliances is prohibited.  Photos: WFP/Dario Lopera
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5184 x 3456 px 182.88 x 121.92 cm 6758.00 kb
 
Colombia, Cúcuta (Norte de Santander), 01 May 2018  At the request of the Colombian Government, in April of this year, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) launched a humanitarian operation to provide food assistance to the increasing numbers of migrants in the departments of Arauca, La Guajira and Norte de Santander, located on the Colombian-Venezuelan border.  In the Photo: Parroquia La Dolorosa, Colombia-Venezuela border, Cúcuta, Colombia, one of the main entry points for people crossing from Venezuela into Colombia. Around 900 people a day cross into Cucuta, Colombia from Venezuela. WFP is supporting the Catholic Church and other social organizations that provide hot meals, especially to women, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities.  Bianes Mendoza (wearing a fuchsia shirt) and her family, are receiving assistance at the WFP registration point set up inside the Parroquia La Dolorosa, Cúcuta, Colombia. Migrant families living in temporary shelters or informal settlements are receiving pre-paid cards valued at US$ 34 (or 96,000 Colombian pesos) that they can exchange for food and other basic need items at local shops that have been previously selected by WFP. Purchasing alcohol, cigarettes, clothes, paper products and electric appliances is prohibited.  Photos: WFP/Dario Lopera
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: View from a helicopter landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: View from a helicopter landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 14701.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 15093.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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5765 x 3843 px 48.81 x 32.54 cm 12727.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 21 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: A helicopter coming from Zalingei, the capital city of Central Darfur State, landing in UNAMID compound in Nertiti, Central Darfur for flying pack passengers to Zalingei.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: WFP trucks offloading food In the warehouse.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 13067.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: WFP trucks offloading food In the warehouse.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 12925.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: Internally displaced women carrying improved stoves which they made after attending a training workshop conducted by WFP.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 10848.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: An Internally displaced woman carrying improved stoves which she made after attending a training workshop conducted by WFP.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 12147.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: WFP warehouse in Nertiti with food being prepared for distribution to beneficiaries.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 15559.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: WFP warehouse in Nertiti with food being prepared for distribution to beneficiaries.   Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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5785 x 3857 px 48.98 x 32.66 cm 11010.00 kb
 
Sudan, Nertiti, Darfur. 20 February 2018.  Over the years, Sudan has faced several conflicts and this has resulted in massives of displacement and restricted movements for humanitarians.   WFP and its partners distribute food to people recently displaced by conflict or natural disaster, vulnerable refugees and IDPs, returnees and severely food-insecure resident communities. Through Food for Assets programmes, communities receive food, vouchers or cash in return for participating in activities to preserve natural resources, support economic activities or improve community services and infrastructure.  In the Photo: Nertiti, Darfur.  Photo: WFP/Ala Kheir
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6000 x 4000 px 50.80 x 33.87 cm 10910.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Zarqa governorate. 28 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Electronic food cards work like a pre-paid debit card and they can be used to buy food from the supermarket.   In the Photo: WFP staff monitoring the supermarkets in Azraq refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Zarqa governorate. 28 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Electronic food cards work like a pre-paid debit card and they can be used to buy food from the supermarket.   In the Photo: WFP staff monitoring the supermarkets in Azraq refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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8688 x 5792 px 306.49 x 204.33 cm 11950.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Azraq, Zarqa Governorate. 11 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees living in Jordan by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Based on the results of a pilot project, in three governorates WFP cards can be used to withdraw cash, redeem assistance at WFP-contracted shops, or both.   Recently, WFP introduced a new, more innovative system for food assistance that uses cutting edge iris scan technology. Once the eye of the beneficiaries is scanned, the system automatically communicates with the registration database to confirm their identity, checks their account balance, confirms the purchase and prints out a receipt.  In the Photo: A boy living in Azraq refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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5948 x 3966 px 209.83 x 139.91 cm 16467.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Azraq, Zarqa Governorate. 11 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees living in Jordan by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Based on the results of a pilot project, in three governorates WFP cards can be used to withdraw cash, redeem assistance at WFP-contracted shops, or both.   Recently, WFP introduced a new, more innovative system for food assistance that uses cutting edge iris scan technology. Once the eye of the beneficiaries is scanned, the system automatically communicates with the registration database to confirm their identity, checks their account balance, confirms the purchase and prints out a receipt.  In the Photo: Syrians buying groceries from one of WFP’s contracted shops in Azraq camp through the innovative iris scan system.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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8688 x 5792 px 306.49 x 204.33 cm 18912.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Azraq, Zarqa Governorate. 11 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees living in Jordan by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Based on the results of a pilot project, in three governorates WFP cards can be used to withdraw cash, redeem assistance at WFP-contracted shops, or both.   Recently, WFP introduced a new, more innovative system for food assistance that uses cutting edge iris scan technology. Once the eye of the beneficiaries is scanned, the system automatically communicates with the registration database to confirm their identity, checks their account balance, confirms the purchase and prints out a receipt.  In the Photo: Syrians buying groceries from one of WFP’s contracted shops in Azraq camp through the innovative iris scan system.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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8688 x 5792 px 306.49 x 204.33 cm 19379.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Azraq, Zarqa Governorate. 11 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees living in Jordan by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Based on the results of a pilot project, in three governorates WFP cards can be used to withdraw cash, redeem assistance at WFP-contracted shops, or both.   Recently, WFP introduced a new, more innovative system for food assistance that uses cutting edge iris scan technology. Once the eye of the beneficiaries is scanned, the system automatically communicates with the registration database to confirm their identity, checks their account balance, confirms the purchase and prints out a receipt.  In the Photo: Syrians buying groceries from one of WFP’s contracted shops in Azraq camp through the innovative iris scan system.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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7935 x 5290 px 279.93 x 186.62 cm 19509.00 kb
 
Jordan, Azraq refugee camp, Azraq, Zarqa Governorate. 11 January 2018.  WFP responds to the basic food requirements of the 500,000 most food insecure Syrian refugees living in Jordan by providing them with food-restricted vouchers as well as cash to maintain their food security. Based on the results of a pilot project, in three governorates WFP cards can be used to withdraw cash, redeem assistance at WFP-contracted shops, or both.   Recently, WFP introduced a new, more innovative system for food assistance that uses cutting edge iris scan technology. Once the eye of the beneficiaries is scanned, the system automatically communicates with the registration database to confirm their identity, checks their account balance, confirms the purchase and prints out a receipt.  In the Photo: A boy living in Azraq refugee camp.  Photo: WFP/Mohammad Batah
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8688 x 5792 px 306.49 x 204.33 cm 24297.00 kb

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