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  • 09/03/2012 — Bolivia

    HIV/ AIDS: Soy Used To Improve Nutrition in Bolivia

    A year ago, WFP in Bolivia started a project to assist people living with HIV. Every month, while receiving their medical treatment at the health center, these people also receive a food basket made up of rice, soy grain, salt, and vegetable oil. Food assistance comes along with professional nutritional counseling that provides information on how to improve nutrition using WFP's basket.

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