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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (center) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (right) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (with the blue shirt) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (with the blue shirt) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (with the blue shirt) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Lattakia, 27 July 2017  WFP targets 50,000 children through an out-of-school programme designed to encourage attendance at accelerated learning sessions supported by UNICEF in order to facilitate a re-entry into mainstream education opportunities. Under this programme, families are provided with a cash-based transfer with a value of USD23 based on attendance, enabling families to buy fresh food items at selected retailers.  In the Photo: Omar (with the blue shirt) is 9 years old and should be in the 3rd class but he joined school recently and just finished his first class.  Omar had Leukemia and used to get treated in Aleppo but after he came to Lattakia doctors at hospital assured that he recovered and that all they needed to do is regular checkups and family monitoring,   Omar enjoys now a normal life playing football with brothers and friends. His family receives WFP voucher and he wants to grow up to be a doctor, motivated by his ideal Dr. Khaled Khanji that was treating him in Aleppo.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 25 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.   In the photo: A WFP supported team conducts baseline survey and speak with Sanwara Begum, young mother sits in the back, and Rahima Khatoon, her mother-in-law who holds Minjan Bibi, Sanwara’s child, in Balukhali Makeshift Settlement in Ukhaiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  They came four months ago, and still building their shelter with donated plastic sheets and tarps.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 25 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.   In the photo: A WFP supported team conducts baseline survey and speak with Sanwara Begum, young mother sits in the back, and Rahima Khatoon, her mother-in-law who holds Minjan Bibi, Sanwara’s child, in Balukhali Makeshift Settlement in Ukhaiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  They came four months ago, and still building their shelter with donated plastic sheets and tarps.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 25 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.   In the photo: A WFP supported team conducts baseline survey and speak with Sanwara Begum, young mother sits in the back, and Rahima Khatoon, her mother-in-law who holds Minjan Bibi, Sanwara’s child, in Balukhali Makeshift Settlement in Ukhaiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  They came four months ago, and still building their shelter with donated plastic sheets and tarps.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 22 May 2017.  In 2014 WFP launched Enhancing Food Security and Nutrition (EFSN) in Bangladesh, a new multi-year programme. As one of its two components, Enhancing Food Security (EFS) addresses the underlying drivers of food insecurity and undernutrition by enabling some of the most vulnerable inhabitants of Cox’s Bazar transform their lives. It works in tandem with a child safety net addressing acute undernutrition and education.   In the photo: Deepak Mistry, WFP Field Monitoring Assistant, speaks to Painnabi Chakma, 30, (belongs to Tanchangya Tribe) a member of WFP supported EFSN (Enhancing Food Security and Nutrition) Beneficiaries. She has come to collect Monthly Substance Allowance (MSA) at Tailkhula Government Primary School in Palongkhali Union of Ukhaiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Painnabi Chakma lives with two children, Shakil, 9, and Boishaki, 2, and her husband Latangchi Chakma, in a Tangchangya village nearby. They are landless. They have leased a small land where they cultivate rice. Painnabi has invested her WFP Asset Grant for Cow Fattening project.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Before distribution of supplementary food for under 5 children, a trained ACF worker checks a child for signs of edima during growth monitoring session at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Before distribution of supplementary food for under 5 children, a trained ACF worker takes MUAC measurements from a child during growth monitoring session at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Before distribution of supplementary food for under 5 children, a trained ACF worker takes MUAC measurements from a child during growth monitoring session at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Before distribution of supplementary food for under 5 children, a trained ACF staff weighs a child during growth monitoring session at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Before distribution of supplementary food for under 5 children, a trained ACF staff measures a child’s height to monitor child’s growth at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker takes height measurements from Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker takes height measurements from Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker takes MUAC measurement from Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker takes MUAC measurement from Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker weighs Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker weighs Monowara, 24 years old, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Monowara has three children 28 days, 3 years old girl child and 5 years old boy. She came to Bangladesh from Myanmar when she was pregnant 5 months ago with two children and her husband, and too refugee in Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement along with thousands of recent Rohingya refugees. She gave birth to her youngest child in the settlement in Bangladesh.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker takes MUAC measurements from a Rohingya woman, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme, at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 21 May 2017.  WFP assists the Government of Bangladesh in bringing nutrition indicators in line with national targets by 2020 by providing technical assistance, analysis and advocacy to enhance the nutrition impact of safety nets and promote the adoption of healthy eating habits. WFP delivers the prevention of moderate acute malnutrition, school feeding and general food assistance to unregistered refugees.  At the same time, WFP has helped women to leave extreme poverty behind through cash grants and training, helping them to start small businesses along with food and training in nutrition and business skills.  In the photo: Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme  During a growth monitoring session, a trained ACF worker weighs a Rohingya woman, who came to receive food items as a part of Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme, at WFP supported BSF Centre near Kutupalong Makeshift Settlement in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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