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Obóz dla somalijskich uchodźców w Etiopii - AFP (20)

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A World Food Programme (WFP) employee prepares bottles of cooking oil to distribute to Somali women inside a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A World Food Programme (WFP) employee (L) distributes food to Somali women inside a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Somali women await food distribution inside a World Food Programme (WFP) warehouse in Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A ration card used for foodstuff distribution is checked by a World Food Programme (WFP) employee at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO
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Women walk to collect food aid distributed by World Food Programme (WFP) employees at a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A women gets her biometrics read by World Food Programme (WFP) staff in order to get foodstuff rations for her and her family at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A women gets her biometrics read by World Food Programme (WFP) staff in order to get foodstuff rations for her and her family at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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World Food Programme (WFP) 50 kilogramme sacks of sorgum lie in stacks inside a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A World Food Programme (WFP) employee (L) distributes salt to Somali women inside a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A World Food Programme (WFP) employee rearranges sacks of sorgum inside a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Men prepare to distribute food aid from the World Food Programme (WFP) at a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Somali refugees await food aid distribution at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A Somali woman waits for food aid distributed by World Food Programme (WFP) employees at a warehouse at Bokolmanyo refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Young girls play volleyball outside a youth nutrition centre run by Save the Children at Mekladida refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Young children drink a high protein mix provided by the World Food Programme (WFP) during a school feeding programme at Mekladida refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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This general view shows Mekladida refugee camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Women employed by International Medical Corps (IMC) wait to distribute food aid to refugees at Mekladida Refugee Camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A woman has her child weighed and tested for malnutrition in a centre run by International Medical Corps (IMC) at Mekladida Refugee Camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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Women wait to have their children screened for malnutrition in a centre run by International Medical Corps (IMC) at Mekladida Refugee Camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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A woman sits in a meeting for gender based violence outreach at Mekladida Refugee Camp in the Somali region of Ethiopia on December 19, 2017. The camp currently houses more than 34,000 Somali refugees, where 67% of that population is below the age of 18. Most of the refugees have fled due to conflict and famine in their home country, Somalia, the border with Ethiopia being just 100km from the camp. / AFP PHOTO / Zacharias ABUBEKER