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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: the three UN agency heads are welcomed during their arrival in the village of Dargué, Maradi, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: David Beasley, Executive Director of the U.N. World Food Programme, is welcomed during his arrival in the village of Dargué, Maradi, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: David Beasley, Executive Director of the U.N. World Food Programme, is welcomed during his arrival in the village of Dargué, Maradi, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of woman wait in a market upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy near the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of woman wait in a market upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy near the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a member of the Niger Government sits along with UN agency heads at the Sabon Machi market infrastructure in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a member of FAO staff at the Sabon Machi market infrastructure in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: Sabon Machi market infrastructure in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of woman working at sorghum crops wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy near the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of woman working at sorghum crops wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy near the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of woman working at sorghum crops wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy near the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Doumana Ara Land, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: the three UN agency heads visiting the Doumana Ara Land rehabilitation site, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of girls from Niger wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of people from Niger wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: the three UN agency heads visiting the Dargué grain collection center in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a boy carries some goods on his head in a local market upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Sabon Machi, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of people from Niger wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Sabon Machi, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva during the inauguration of the FAO cistern project Cistern in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: several member of a family look from the windows of their house upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva during the inauguration of the FAO cistern project Cistern in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: IFAD President Gilbert F. Houngbo, poses next to a tree named on his honor at a tree plantation in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: David Beasley, Executive Director of the U.N. World Food Programme, poses next to a tree named on his honor at a tree plantation in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of girls dance as part of a welcoming ceremony upon the arrival of a United Nations flight in the airport of Maradi, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of people from Niger wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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Niger, Dargué, Maradi, 16 August 2018  RBA UN Agencies (FAO, WFP and IFAD) along with the Government of Niger and other partners visited the agropastoral Maradi region of Niger to understand the context and local priorities, especially the needs of women and other vulnerable groups in the area. In Niger, as in many other parts of the Sahel, climate shocks have resulted in recurring droughts with devastating impacts on the region's already vulnerable populations.  In the Photo: a group of people from Niger wait upon the arrival of a United Nations convoy in the village of Dargué, Maradi region, Niger on August 16, 2018.   Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Luis Tato
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