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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a herd of Zebu grazing in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  Zebu are characterised by a fatty hump on their shoulders, a large dewlap, and sometimes drooping ears. They are well adapted to withstanding high temperatures, and are farmed throughout the tropical countries. Zebu are used as draught and riding animals, dairy cattle, and beef cattle, as well as for byproducts such as hides and dung for fuel and manure.  It is a symbol of wisdom, with its big horns and humped back, and an integral part of the landscape of Madagascar. The zebu - (bos taurus inidicus), or in Mlagasy language "omby" - is also used as an ecological means of transport.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a herd of Zebu grazing in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  Zebu are characterised by a fatty hump on their shoulders, a large dewlap, and sometimes drooping ears. They are well adapted to withstanding high temperatures, and are farmed throughout the tropical countries. Zebu are used as draught and riding animals, dairy cattle, and beef cattle, as well as for byproducts such as hides and dung for fuel and manure.  It is a symbol of wisdom, with its big horns and humped back, and an integral part of the landscape of Madagascar. The zebu - (bos taurus inidicus), or in Mlagasy language "omby" - is also used as an ecological means of transport.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a herd of Zebu grazing in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  Zebu are characterised by a fatty hump on their shoulders, a large dewlap, and sometimes drooping ears. They are well adapted to withstanding high temperatures, and are farmed throughout the tropical countries. Zebu are used as draught and riding animals, dairy cattle, and beef cattle, as well as for byproducts such as hides and dung for fuel and manure.  It is a symbol of wisdom, with its big horns and humped back, and an integral part of the landscape of Madagascar. The zebu - (bos taurus inidicus), or in Mlagasy language "omby" - is also used as an ecological means of transport.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Soanierana Commune, Taolagnaro, District, Anosy Region, 14 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry field in Anosy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the  Photo: the dry Mananbovo river in Tsihombe, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry river in Androy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry river in Androy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry river in Androy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry river in Androy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Tsihombe (Androy Region), 11 December 2018  The lean season has started early across much of Southern Africa. The poor 2018 harvest caused by an atypical La Niña early in the growing season that brought prolonged dry weather instead of the necessary rain, means poor families and communities are already suffering crisis-level food insecurity in Madagascar.  In the Photo: a dry river in Androy Region, Madagascar.  "In southern Madagascar, the absence of rainfall and prolonged drought have an impact on the crop. This leaves people in a situation of food insecurity. In response to this situation, WFP is bringing food and money through cash transfers to alleviate the suffering of these populations." says Desire Shaleur Watat, WFP Head of WFP Tsihombe Antenna.  Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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