In Togo, WFP supports vulnerable people in the regions of Savanes and Maritime in order to improve their food security and nutritional status. In response to heavy flooding in September and October 2010, WFP has provided assistance to vulnerable, flood-affected populations to improve their nutritional status and to help protect and restore their livelihoods. WFP also assists both refugees and host communities in response to population displacements from conflicts in Ghana. WFP has been active in Togo since 1968, and, after a ten-year interruption, resumed its activities in 2005, reopening a Representation in Togo in 2008.
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