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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: David Peterson, WFP Communications Office, interacting with a beneficiary.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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Bangladesh, Chilmari Upazila, Kurigram District. 12 October 2017.  The floods that hit Bangladesh in August 2017 were some of the worst recorded. Eight million people in 32 districts were affected, 600,000 homes were destroyed and at least 145 people are reported to have died. The flood damage was wide-spread, and left 1.5 million people in need of immediate food assistance.   The World Food Programme launched a response and distributed fortified biscuits to 200,000 flood victims and a cash transfer programme which supports more than 9,600 vulnerable households to meet their basic food needs is in place.   In the photo: Beneficiary orientation session.  Photo: WFP/Kauser Haider
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