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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: The WFP team pose with a UNHAS plane on the airstrip in Dolow, Somalia. 
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera at the WFP warehouse in Dolow, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera and Corinne Fleischer,  the WFP Director of Supply Chain look at supplies inside a WFP warehouse in Dolow, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera look at supplies inside a WFP warehouse in Dolow, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: A WFP warehouse in Dolow, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain look at supplies inside a shop where Somali's redeem their SCOPE cards , 11 Dec 2017, in Dolow, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Somalis using SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera, Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain and Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP Somali Country Representative, Laurent Bukera  at a WFP centre where Somali's top up their SCOPE cards in Dolow, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP beneficiaries in Dolow , Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: WFP beneficiaries in Dolow , Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: The WFP team meet members of the local authorities in Dolow , Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Dolow, Gedo region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: The WFP team meet members of the local authorities in Dolow , Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Somalis collect wood and bring it to town to sell in Wajid, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: A man at a phone charge shop at the Amal bank in Wajid, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain speak to Somali's redeeming their SCOPE cards at a shop in Wajid, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, looks as Somali's redeem their SCOPE cards at a shop in Wajid, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Edgardo Yu, the manager of the SCOPE platform, looks as Somali's redeem their SCOPE cards at a shop in Wajid, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Somali's receive food provisions at a WFP food distribution centrein Wajid, Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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Somalia, Wajid, Bakool region. 11 December 2017  After a gradual recovery from the food insecurity and famine of 2011, Somalia’s food security is once again under threat.  As of September 2017, more than 3 million people cannot meet their daily food requirements and require urgent humanitarian assistance and an estimated 388,000 children under age 5 are acutely malnourished.  WFP works in Somalia to address basic food needs, strengthen coping mechanisms and support efforts to achieve food security. WFP provides assistance using a combination of cash-based transfers and food rations, as well as supporting communities to create assets that will strengthen their livelihoods and ability to withstand crises.  In the Photo: Corinne Fleischer, the WFP Director of Supply Chain look at a Somali's receiving food provisions at a WFP food distribution centre in Wajid, Somalia. 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. Lack of rain and other environmental factors mean that a severe drought is affecting millions of people across Somalia.
 Photo: WFP/Karel Prinsloo
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