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Nigeria, 7 June 2018  PULKA  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Despite the funding challenges UNHAS plays a central role in ensuring that staff of the humanitarian community are able to travel safely in the Northeast of Nigeria. Some areas are unreachable by land due to the risk of attacks by insurgent militia forces.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, 7 June 2018  PULKA  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Aerial view of the IDP camps in Pulka  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, 7 June 2018  PULKA  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Aerial view of the IDP camps in Pulka  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018

General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals.
Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.
 In the photo: The Nigerian military forces deployed to protect the city of Pulka from attacks by the insurgent militia.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A water collection point. In the camp the population is growing by the day and despite the number of Bore-holes that have been dug there are not enough water collection points in the settlement.    Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A water collection point. In the camp the population is growing by the day and despite the number of Bore-holes that have been dug there are not enough water collection points in the settlement.    Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A water collection point. In the camp the population is growing by the day and despite the number of Bore-holes that have been dug there are not enough water collection points in the settlement.    Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A water collection point. In the camp the population is growing by the day and despite the number of Bore-holes that have been dug there are not enough water collection points in the settlement.    Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Children playing  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Children playing  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Children playing  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Children cooking  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: Children cooking  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: A general view of the camp.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: In order to diversify their diet and to add some taste or condiment to their food the women in the IDP camp collect and clean weeds that need to be cooked for several hours to become edible. “it tastes sour but at least we add some different taste to our food” said one of the women.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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Nigeria, PULKA 7 June 2018  General Food Distribution (GFD): Since September 2016, WFP provides IDPs in the Pulka camps with mixed food commodities consisting of cereals, pulses, vegetable oil, and salt to fulfil the daily 2,100 kilo calorie nutrition requirement. WFP started providing direct assistance to beneficiaries until November 2016 when the implementation was handed over to the cooperating partner SWINI. Currently the total number of people benefitting from WFP general food assistance is about 42,000 people. WFP has also prepositioned stocks to ensure that enough food commodities are available to meet the needs of the new arrivals. Since September 2016, WFP has been providing a specialized ready-to-use nutritious food – Plumpy Sup- targeting children aged 6-59 months (under 5 years of age) through the BSF programme. Starting March 2017, WFP expanded its preventative nutrition assistance in Pulka to pregnant and nursing women. The women are provided with fortified nutritious food (Super Cereal plus) and vegetable oil. In April WFP scale down to children aged 6-23 months (under 2 years of age) classified as the most vulnerable due to resource constraints. The assistance intended to not only address the special nutrient needs of the children and pregnant and nursing women but also to treat moderate acute malnutrition and protect the nutrition status of these vulnerable members of the community. Children’s Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) is measured before each assistance to identify the nutrition status. Those identified with Sever Acute Malnutrition (SAM). At Gwoza the Local Government Authority (LGA) has been at the centre of the humanitarian crisis in north-east Nigeria, with Pulka town experiencing intense fighting and insecurity. The LGA has seen the killing of hundreds of civilians, the abduction of women and girls, the destruction of towns, and the large-scale forced displacement of populations.  In the photo: In order to diversify their diet and to add some taste or condiment to their food the women in the IDP camp collect and clean weeds that need to be cooked for several hours to become edible. “it tastes sour but at least we add some different taste to our food” said one of the women.  Photo: WFP/Rein Skullerud
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