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Life in the Field In South Sudan: Snakes, Hyenas and Retrieving Missing Food Commodities

November 27th, 2014

Since March 2014 Musa Abdallah has been travelling with emergency mobile teams to reach vulnerable people who have been isolated by conflict in some of the most food-insecure areas of the country. The South Sudanese national became a team leader in October and tells us about the challenges he faced in his  new role while in the village of Mogok in Jonglei State.

Originally posted from Life in the Field In South Sudan: Snakes, Hyenas and Retrieving Missing Food Commodities

Life in the Field In South Sudan: Snakes, Hyenas and Retrieving Missing Food Commodities

November 27th, 2014

Since March 2014 Musa Abdallah has been travelling with emergency mobile teams to reach vulnerable people who have been isolated by conflict in some of the most food-insecure areas of the country. The South Sudanese national became a team leader in October and tells us about the challenges he faced in his  new role while in the village of Mogok in Jonglei State.

Originally posted from Life in the Field In South Sudan: Snakes, Hyenas and Retrieving Missing Food Commodities

A 360 Degrees View of How Syrian Refugees Will Spend Their Thanksgiving

November 26th, 2014

Jonathan Dumont and Abeer Etefa from the World Food Programme show us what Syrian refugees in Lebanon are doing on Thanksgiving

Originally posted from A 360 Degrees View of How Syrian Refugees Will Spend Their Thanksgiving