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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: Marwa, showing off her date bars. Marwa Ibrahim is one of 600,000 children in Syria receiving WFP school meals with education and healthy eating. Healthy meals and education empower young girls like Marwa to grow up healthy and make their dreams come true.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: Marwa, showing off her date bars. Marwa Ibrahim is one of 600,000 children in Syria receiving WFP school meals with education and healthy eating. Healthy meals and education empower young girls like Marwa to grow up healthy and make their dreams come true.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: Marwa, showing off her date bars. Marwa Ibrahim is one of 600,000 children in Syria receiving WFP school meals with education and healthy eating. Healthy meals and education empower young girls like Marwa to grow up healthy and make their dreams come true.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren playing in recess. Energetic children can be quite a handful. These two boys were seen monkeying around after receiving their date bar for the day.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren playing in recess. Thanks to WFP’s school meals programme, children have more energy to play, build friendships, and exercise.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: the children and the schools that benefit from WFP’s school meal programme show their gratitude, with signs reflecting WFP’s help and reading, “Thank You WFP.”  From left to right: - Hussam Al Saleh, Communication Officer, - a school girl - Dina El-Kassaby, Regional Communication Officer  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: the children and the schools that benefit from WFP’s school meal programme show their gratitude, with signs reflecting WFP’s help and reading, “Thank You WFP.”  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: the children and the schools that benefit from WFP’s school meal programme show their gratitude, with signs reflecting WFP’s help and reading, “Thank You WFP.”  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: this is one of 600,000 children in Syria receiving WFP school meals with education and healthy eating. Healthy meals and education empower young girls to grow up healthy and make their dreams come true.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: the children and the schools that benefit from WFP’s school meal programme show their gratitude, with signs reflecting WFP’s help and reading, “Thank You WFP.”  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: the children and the schools that benefit from WFP’s school meal programme show their gratitude, with signs reflecting WFP’s help and reading, “Thank You WFP.”  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren playing in recess. Thanks to WFP’s school meals programme, children have more energy to play, build friendships, and exercise.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren in newly accessible parts of Aleppo city head to school amidst the rubble and destruction that has blanketed the city throughout the conflict. Almost all families in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city rely on generators for electricity.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren in newly accessible parts of Aleppo city head to school amidst the rubble and destruction that has blanketed the city throughout the conflict. Almost all families in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city rely on generators for electricity.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: schoolchildren in newly accessible parts of Aleppo city head to school amidst the rubble and destruction that has blanketed the city throughout the conflict. Almost all families in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city rely on generators for electricity.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: children gather in an assembly line before starting class.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: children gather in an assembly line before starting class.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: children gather in an assembly line before starting class.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.  In the Photo: WFP’s fresh and nutritious meals give families an incentive to send their children to school and keep them there, providing children with increased energy and concentration so that they are happy and ready to learn.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.  Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: a girl takes a big bite of her delicious cheese sandwich while enjoying WFP’s nutritious meal for schoolchildren. Teachers have told WFP staff that enrolment is now steady in part due to the daily fresh meals, which help reduce the cost of food vulnerable parents spend on their children.   Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: a girl takes a big bite of her delicious cheese sandwich while enjoying WFP’s nutritious meal for schoolchildren. Teachers have told WFP staff that enrolment is now steady in part due to the daily fresh meals, which help reduce the cost of food vulnerable parents spend on their children.   Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: a boy takes a big bite of his delicious cheese sandwich while enjoying WFP’s nutritious meal for schoolchildren. Teachers have told WFP staff that enrolment is now steady in part due to the daily fresh meals, which help reduce the cost of food vulnerable parents spend on their children.   Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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5760 x 3840 px 203.20 x 135.47 cm 12184.00 kb
 
Syria, Aleppo, 14 October 2018  Across Syria, WFP provides nourishing date bars to more than 600,000 schoolchildren, creating an incentive for parents to send and keep their children in school. Furthermore, WFP also implements a programme encouraging out of school children to attend UNICEF supported schools by offering their parents cash-based-transfers that allow them to buy food in selected stores.  Through WFP’s fresh meals programme in Aleppo, displaced women and single mothers generate income through making healthy, delicious meals for schoolchildren in newly accessible areas in Aleppo city where unemployment is high and many vulnerable families struggle to get by.   In this Photo: a boy takes a big bite of his delicious cheese sandwich while enjoying WFP’s nutritious meal for schoolchildren. Teachers have told WFP staff that enrolment is now steady in part due to the daily fresh meals, which help reduce the cost of food vulnerable parents spend on their children.   Photo: WFP/Marwa Awad
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