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Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 2336.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 2769.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5270 x 3513 px 44.62 x 29.74 cm 955.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1173.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1381.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1263.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 2172.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1363.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1556.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5105 x 3403 px 43.22 x 28.81 cm 1125.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1362.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 3149.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1880.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1942.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1355.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 48.77 x 32.51 cm 1502.00 kb
 
Lebanon, Beirut, 13 July 2017  WFP’s partner IOCC (International Orthodox Christian Charities) is running six summer camps across Lebanon to boost Lebanese and Syrian students’ awareness of good nutrition in a fun way. Every day, over two weeks in six schools, IOCC runs a series of nutrition-inspired activities — dances, plays, games and craft sessions — bringing together students from a variety of backgrounds.  In the photo: Summer camp for Syrian and Lebanese students.  Photo: WFP/Edward Johnson
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 2116.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 22 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: Sitting amongst other children, Sadia Akther (yellow shirt), 7 years old, receives fortified biscuits WFP distributes to help protect and enhance nutritional status of Rohingya Refugee children, at a UNICEF Learning Centre in Kutupalong Makeshift Site (KMS) in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.  Sadia has one sister and two brothers. All of them attend UNICEF learning Centres. She has been coming to school since last four months from 1:45-4:00pm.  Her father Mohammad Hossain and mother Mobina came from Myanmar to Bangladesh 13 years ago. All of Sadia’s siblings, including herself, are born in Bangladesh. Four years ago her family has bought a two-room mud hut for Taka 4,000 in a crowded spot in sector D3 of Kutupalong Makeshift Site (KMS).  Talking about Learning Centre Sadia said, “I have learned many things. I can write numbers in Bangla up to 20 and I can sing poetries, read poems and stories.”  Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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4240 x 2832 px 35.90 x 23.98 cm 10342.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 22 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: As a part of School Feeding Programme to help protect and enhance nutritional status of Rohingya Refugee children, WFP distributes fortified biscuits at a UNICEF Learning Centre in Kutupalong Makeshift Site (KMS) in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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4240 x 2832 px 35.90 x 23.98 cm 10073.00 kb
 
Bangladesh, Cox's Bazar, 22 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: As a part of School Feeding Programme to help protect and enhance nutritional status of Rohingya Refugee children, WFP distributes fortified biscuits at a UNICEF Learning Centre in Kutupalong Makeshift Site (KMS) in Ukhiya Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District.   Photo: WFP/Shehzad Noorani
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4240 x 2832 px 35.90 x 23.98 cm 9885.00 kb
 
Sri Lanka, Kilinochchi, 11 May 2015  WFP provides daily nutritious meals to 160,000 primary and secondary students in 958 schools in the conflict-affected Northern Province of the country. WFP distributes rice, dhal and vegetable oil to schools where volunteer cooks prepare the meals. The Ministry of Education supplements the programme by providing vegetables bought from local farmers. The programme has resulted in a stark improvement in school attendance.  In the photo: students eat their WFP school meals at Ampalpuran school in the northern province of Sri Lanka.  Photo: WFP/Nguyen Duc Hoang
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4114 x 2538 px 145.13 x 89.53 cm 1263.00 kb
 
Sri Lanka, Kilinochchi, 11 May 2015  WFP provides daily nutritious meals to 160,000 primary and secondary students in 958 schools in the conflict-affected Northern Province of the country. WFP distributes rice, dhal and vegetable oil to schools where volunteer cooks prepare the meals. The Ministry of Education supplements the programme by providing vegetables bought from local farmers. The programme has resulted in a stark improvement in school attendance.  In the photo: students eat their WFP school meals at Ampalpuran school in the northern province of Sri Lanka.  Photo: WFP/Nguyen Duc Hoang
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4212 x 2809 px 148.59 x 99.10 cm 1993.00 kb
 
Jordan, Mafraq Governorate, Zaatari Refugee Camp, 21 May 2017  WFP Executive Director David Beasley visits a school in Zaatari Camp, Jordan, where Syrian refugee children receive daily school meals thanks to WFP's Healthy Kitchens Project. Healthy Kitchens provides employment for Syrian women to prepare, cook and serve healthy school lunches. In addition to creating livelihood opportunities for vulnerable Syrian women, the project provides key nutritional support for children while helping to reinforce educational outcomes. Beyond direct support to women and students, the Healthy Kitchens project increases impact by engaging with local supply chains for commodity procurement, strengthening local food production, processing, transport, and distribution while stimulating local economic growth. Finally, the project provides an opportunity for WFP to expand and strengthen partnerships with other humanitarian actors across the region.  As part of its holistic programming approach, Healthy Kitchens prioritises mothers of students attending schools in the camp for employment opportunities. Over 4000 students in the camp receive meals as a result of the project every day.  In the photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley greets Syrian students at a school in Zaatari Refugee Camp.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 6390.00 kb
 
Jordan, Mafraq Governorate, Zaatari Refugee Camp, 21 May 2017  WFP Executive Director David Beasley visits a school in Zaatari Camp, Jordan, where Syrian refugee children receive daily school meals thanks to WFP's Healthy Kitchens Project. Healthy Kitchens provides employment for Syrian women to prepare, cook and serve healthy school lunches. In addition to creating livelihood opportunities for vulnerable Syrian women, the project provides key nutritional support for children while helping to reinforce educational outcomes. Beyond direct support to women and students, the Healthy Kitchens project increases impact by engaging with local supply chains for commodity procurement, strengthening local food production, processing, transport, and distribution while stimulating local economic growth. Finally, the project provides an opportunity for WFP to expand and strengthen partnerships with other humanitarian actors across the region.  As part of its holistic programming approach, Healthy Kitchens prioritises mothers of students attending schools in the camp for employment opportunities. Over 4000 students in the camp receive meals as a result of the project every day.  In the photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley greets Syrian students at a school in Zaatari Refugee Camp.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 6536.00 kb
 
Jordan, Mafraq Governorate, Zaatari Refugee Camp, 21 May 2017  WFP Executive Director David Beasley visits a school in Zaatari Camp, Jordan, where Syrian refugee children receive daily school meals thanks to WFP's Healthy Kitchens Project. Healthy Kitchens provides employment for Syrian women to prepare, cook and serve healthy school lunches. In addition to creating livelihood opportunities for vulnerable Syrian women, the project provides key nutritional support for children while helping to reinforce educational outcomes. Beyond direct support to women and students, the Healthy Kitchens project increases impact by engaging with local supply chains for commodity procurement, strengthening local food production, processing, transport, and distribution while stimulating local economic growth. Finally, the project provides an opportunity for WFP to expand and strengthen partnerships with other humanitarian actors across the region.  As part of its holistic programming approach, Healthy Kitchens prioritises mothers of students attending schools in the camp for employment opportunities. Over 4000 students in the camp receive meals as a result of the project every day.  In the photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley greets Syrian students at a school in Zaatari Refugee Camp.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 5354.00 kb

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