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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 17 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. Since 4 August, WFP and its partner BCF have provided more than 2.5 million meals, in a huge ongoing operation.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Duhok, 4 August 2014  The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working to provide desperately needed humanitarian aid to the tens of thousands of innocent children, women, and men displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) assault on Sinjar and surrounding areas of northern Iraq. USAID is deploying humanitarian response experts to key locations in the region to help manage and coordinate U.S. Government support of the Government of Iraq’s humanitarian aid effort for those displaced by ISIL. On August 4, USAID authorized the UN World Food Program (WFP) to utilize for the Iraq Emergency Operation approximately 15 metric tons of USAID A-29 meal replacement bars already in country, which can meet the daily caloric requirements of 31,000 people. USAID’s meal replacement bars contain a complete daily ration of calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates and are fortified with a premix of 24 vitamins and minerals. Aside from water and breast milk, the bars can serve as the sole source of food during the initial phase of an emergency situation.  On August 5, WFP began distributing the USAID meal replacement bars to newly displaced individuals in and around Dohuk, along with hot meals and three-day emergency rations containing canned tuna, beans, vegetables, dates, and halawa, a sweet food made with sesame paste.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. WFP is proving hot meals with its partner BCF.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. WFP is proving hot meals with its partner BCF.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. WFP is proving hot meals with its partner BCF.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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Iraq, Shariya, Dahuk, 4 August 2014  Yezidi people in Shariya, Dahuk. They have been displaced from Sinjar, and many were amongst those trapped on Sinjar Mountain. They are living in schools, temporary camps, abandoned or unfinished buildings, and even the Yezidi Cultural and Community Centre.   WFP is providing them with food assistance, namely hot meals across six field kitchens in Dahuk, and Immediate Response Rations. WFP is proving hot meals with its partner BCF.  Photo: WFP/Mohammed Al Bahbahani
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