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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: airport crew packing pallets of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Port-au-Prince Airport, 19 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments.  In the Photo: a forklift at Port-au-Prince International Airport loads food cargo of 10 metric tons of HEBs bound for Turks & Caicos to distribute as emergency aid.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Fort Liberté, 10 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments. At the request of the government of Haiti, WFP distributed high-energy biscuits to more than 3,000 families displaced in shelters in the Northeast department.   In the Photo: WFP Food distribution in Fort Liberté on September 10th, two days after Irma affected Haiti.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Fort Liberté, 10 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments. At the request of the government of Haiti, WFP distributed high-energy biscuits to more than 3,000 families displaced in shelters in the Northeast department.   In the Photo: WFP Food distribution in Fort Liberté on September 10th, two days after Irma affected Haiti.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Fort Liberté, 10 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments. At the request of the government of Haiti, WFP distributed high-energy biscuits to more than 3,000 families displaced in shelters in the Northeast department.   In the Photo: WFP Food distribution in Fort Liberté on September 10th, two days after Irma affected Haiti.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Haiti, Fort Liberté, 10 September 2017  Hurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, was one of the strongest hurricanes ever seen in the Atlantic. The change of the hurricane trajectory towards the north decreased its potential impact on Haiti and prevented a major catastrophe. However, heavy rains caused flooding, particularly affecting the Northern departments. At the request of the government of Haiti, WFP distributed high-energy biscuits to more than 3,000 families displaced in shelters in the Northeast department.   In the Photo: WFP Food distribution in Fort Liberté on September 10th, two days after Irma affected Haiti.  Photo: WFP/Frantz Jean
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 2017  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Joint visit of heads of UN Rome based agencies to Ethiopia  Photo: WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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Sierra Leone, Freetown, 15 August 2017  At least a hundred houses were hit when a hillside in Regent, a mountainous town 15 miles east of Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.  Hundreds feared dead, thousands still missing and many more left homeless after mud engulfed houses. A national emergency has been declared after the city suffered heavy flooding.  In the Photo: Food distribution by WFP and partners in Freetown. Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain killed scores of people in and around Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.  Photo: WFP/Caroline Thomas
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