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Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a family eat lunch together at their home in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5205 x 3470 px 44.07 x 29.38 cm 14312.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a mother and daughter at their home in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5105 x 3403 px 43.22 x 28.81 cm 11583.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a mother cooks lunch for her family at their home, with fresh food she bought at the local markets, in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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4977 x 3318 px 42.14 x 28.09 cm 10141.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a mother and son at their home in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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3881 x 2587 px 32.86 x 21.90 cm 6967.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a student at a school in Bhashantek, where WFP supports a national school feeding programme implemented by the Eco Social Development Organization (ESDO).  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5616 x 3744 px 47.55 x 31.70 cm 11213.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: students at a school in Bhashantek, where WFP supports a national school feeding programme implemented by the Eco Social Development Organization (ESDO).  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5616 x 3744 px 47.55 x 31.70 cm 13676.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: students at a school in Bhashantek, where WFP supports a national school feeding programme implemented by the Eco Social Development Organization (ESDO).  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5616 x 3744 px 47.55 x 31.70 cm 11738.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a mother buys fresh food at a local market which she will use to cook lunch for her family at their home in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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4135 x 2757 px 35.01 x 23.34 cm 9436.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: mothers and their children at a fresh food market in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: mothers and their children at a fresh food market in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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4807 x 3205 px 40.70 x 27.14 cm 9780.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bhashantek, 31 January 2017  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: children eat food their mothers bought at the local market in Bhashantek.  Photo: WFP/Wahid Adnan
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5019 x 3346 px 42.49 x 28.33 cm 9565.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, 23 March 2015  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  Photo: WFP/Leonora Beck
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4928 x 3264 px 41.72 x 27.64 cm 6426.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, 27 November 2014  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a fresh food market in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Leonora Beck
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2469 x 3482 px 20.90 x 29.48 cm 5235.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, 27 November 2014  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: a vendor at her fresh food market in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Leonora Beck
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4928 x 3264 px 41.72 x 27.64 cm 10687.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Children who are refugees from the conflcit in southern Afghanistan pose in front of the CEDO/DRC IDPs settlement.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 3888.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Young children who have been displaced by conflict in the south of Afghanistan pose with a WFP staff member in a settlement in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 3294.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Young children who have been displaced by conflict in the south of Afghanistan play together in a settlement in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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3648 x 2736 px 51.48 x 38.61 cm 1010.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Young children who have been displaced by conflict in the south of Afghanistan play together in a settlement in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 5342.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Young children who have been displaced by conflict in the south of Afghanistan play together in a settlement in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 5975.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: WFP staff members and partners of the project make a visit to one of the settlements for IDPs in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 5154.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: WFP staff members and partners of the project make a visit to one of the settlements for IDPs in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 3522.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: Young children who have been displaced by conflict in the south of Afghanistan play together in a settlement in Kabul.   Photo: WFP/ Silke Buhr
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4272 x 2848 px 150.71 x 100.47 cm 4998.00 kb
 
Kabul Province, Afghanistan, 17 March 2013  As a response to prolonged displacement and extreme vulnerability, WFP and its partners CEDO and the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), work together to provide important assistance to internally displaced families in Kabul province. The families that are supported are those displaced by armed conflicts in south Afghanistan in Helmand and Uruzgan provinces. These refugees are presently living in Charahi Qambar IDP’s settlement in district 5, western part of Kabul.   The initiative is coordinated by the Community Empowerment and Development Organization (CEDO), the Danish Refugee Council,  WFP and UNHCR. Together they addresses complex problems related to poverty, socio -economic development and humanitarian assistance. They lend special attention to the protection of vulnerable populations with a strong focus on women and disadvantaged groups.  Since 2012, the relief program provided to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) has expanded by helping a total of 2000 families living in 10 key informal settlements in Kabul city. The program provides skill training, business setup training and life skills, including health and hygiene education. WFP helps nourish many refugees by distributing monthly food rations to families who are unable to provide for themselves.  In the photo: A WFP 4x4 is parked outside a IDP settlement in Kabul.  Photo: WFP/ Julie Martinez
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3648 x 2736 px 51.48 x 38.61 cm 1335.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Char Fasson, Bhola, 23 November 2012  While retaining its role as a provider of humanitarian assistance, WFP is shifting towards a more advisory role in Bangladesh – assisting the Government in its efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 on ending hunger. One of WFP’s priorities is to support the Government of Bangladesh in making sure its social safety nets improve nutrition indicators, with a special focus on women and children affected by extreme poverty.  In the photo: 35-year-old Bibi Hasina feeds her two-year-old daughter, Jhorna, nutritious food provided by WFP to mothers and children living in Bhola district.  Photo: WFP/GMB Akash
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4913 x 3609 px 41.60 x 30.56 cm 4020.00 kb

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