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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a beneficiary scans her thumbprint as a security measure to top up her SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) card in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: an elderly man is treated at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a beneficiary scans her fingerprint as a security measure to top up her SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) card in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young child is treated at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young boy is fed water by his father at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young child rests at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young child is treated at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: patients rest at the Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young girl sits outside a WFP centre where beneficiaries are topping up their SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) cards in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a beneficiary scans her thumbprint as a security measure to top up her SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) card in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: beneficiaries wait to top up their SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) cards in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: a young boy waits while his mother tops up her SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) card in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 24 April 2017  WFP is scaling up relief operations quickly to try to avert famine in Somalia where close to 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and 3.3 million need livelihood support to keep from sliding into crisis.   In the photo: beneficiaries wait to top up their SCOPE Cash-Based Transfers (CBTs) cards in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Kabir Dhanji
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: delegates on a mission visit to Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: Mohamed M Adan, Gedo Governor, talks to Tapiwa Gomo, from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), at a delegates debrief at the WFP office during a mission visit to Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: delegates debrief at the WFP office during a mission visit to Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 13497.00 kb
 
Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: delegates debrief at the WFP office during a mission visit to Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: delegates debrief at the WFP office during a mission visit to Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: patients are treated at a Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) in Dolow. There has been an outbreak of cholera across Somalia, which has largely affected the vulnerable internally displaced population who do not have regular access to safe, clean drinking water.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: internally displaced women and children at Kabasa IDP Camp in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: internally displaced women and children at Kabasa IDP Camp in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: internally displaced women and children at Kabasa IDP Camp in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: an internally displaced family at Kabasa IDP Camp in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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Somalia, Dolow, 12 June 2017  There are some 6.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance across Somalia. Since January, WFP has been scaling up operations, targeting areas with a high percentage of people in Crisis and Emergency (IPC Phases 3 and 4), as well as areas receiving an influx of people displaced from the worst drought affected locations through a combination of in-kind food distribution and cash-based transfers.  In the photo: an internally displaced family at Kabasa IDP Camp in Dolow.  Photo: WFP/Georgina Goodwin
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