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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya ,at  a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya ,at  a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya ,at  a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3676.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya ,at  a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: A kitchen for Somali returnee sfrom Dadaab in Kenya , at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3413.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Abdullah Ali, tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Halima Aden ( 17) tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3774.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Halima Aden ( 17) tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3169.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Halima Aden ( 17) tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3175.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Abdullah Ali, tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3810.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Halima Aden ( 17) tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3671.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , Halima Aden ( 17) tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3783.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: A Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya , tops up her SCOPE card at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 4385.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: UN officials look at a kitchen for Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya , at a transit camp.   Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3978.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: UN officials look at a kitchen for Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya , at a transit camp.   Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 4255.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: A Somali returnee from Dadaab in Kenya at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya go through an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya go through an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Luggage of Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya, at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya attend an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation. 
 In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya attend an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3554.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya attend an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 4015.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya attend an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 4117.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families.

WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: Somali returnees from Dadaab in Kenya attend an introduction at a transit camp.  Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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5760 x 3840 px 60.96 x 40.64 cm 3406.00 kb
 
Kismayo, Somalia, 26 July 2017.  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  The situation is worsening in rural areas following consecutive seasons of poor rainfall and low river water levels. These have resulted in near total crop failures, reduced rural employment opportunities, widespread shortage of water and pasture – with consequent increases in livestock deaths.  As local staple food prices continue to rise sharply and livestock prices decrease significantly, access to food is rapidly diminishing among poor families. 
WFP provides provision of unconditional food assistance for saving lives for the drought affected communities through Cash Based Transfer under SCOPE platform contributing to the improvement of their food security situation.   In the photo: IDP Jama Abdulahi ( 16) learns how to do plumbing at a Vocational Training Centre supported by WFP in Kismayo.   Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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