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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: salt collected from the marshes as part of WFP's Food for Assets (FFA) project in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: salt collected from the marshes as part of WFP's Food for Assets (FFA) project in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a WFP staff member at the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: salt collected from the marshes as part of WFP's Food for Assets (FFA) project in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: participants in WFP's salt production Food for Assets (FFA) project with a WFP staff member at the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: participants in WFP's salt production Food for Assets (FFA) project at the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Haiti, Anse Rouge, 09 May 2017  In the commune of Anse Rouge, WFP implemented a Food For Assets (FFA) project to improve salt production methods and revitalize the salt production value chain. More than 5,000 people participated directly in the project. The goal of the project was to reduce the risk of disasters resulting from soil erosion and flashfloods, improve the livelihoods of vulnerable communities and organize producers in Self-Help Group associations. The project started in September 2016, but it was interrupted one month later when Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in October 2016. The hurricane destroyed the majority of salt marshes. When the project resumed the participants therefore also worked on rebuilding the salt marshes destroyed by the hurricane. Salt is the only livelihood for many families in the commune of Anse Rouge which has a dry climate and significantly less rain than the rest of the country.   In the photo: a view of the salt marshes in Anse Rouge.  Photo: WFP/Lorene Didier
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: beneficiaries carry water from the haffir back to their homes in Gardo.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: beneficiaries carry water from the haffir back to their homes in Gardo.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: children taken water from the haffir back to their homes in Gardo using makeshift wheelbarrows.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: children taken water from the haffir back to their homes in Gardo using makeshift wheelbarrows.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: beneficiaries fill containers with water from the haffir in Gardo.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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Somalia, Bari, Gardo, 02 May 2017  The enhanced haffir (water reservoir) in Gardo has been designed to store 15,000m3 of surface water during the rainy season. It will serve 5,000 people, mostly internally displaced people (IDPs), who live nearby with 20 litres of water per person, per day for five months. There are four months between the two rainy seasons in Somalia (from June to October) and, once refilled during the rainy seasons, the hafir will be able to maintain an adequate level of water during the dry season.   The enhanced haffir project was completed as part of WFP’s Food for Assets (FFA) programme where WFP provided food assistance to some 961 households – IDPs and urban poor – who received monthly food assistance equivalent to USD103 per household, per month for seven months. The haffir received rain for two days and was able to start being used once the water was tested in the quality control laboratory and the Puntland Water Ministry found it safe for drinking.  In the photo: women and children fill containers with water from the haffir in Gardo.  Photo: WFP/Waceys Caydaruus Guuree
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