Villagers receive rice and oil rations in Bong village locating in Oudomxay province.
Copyright: WFP/Mingngakham Pangnasak
A new road linking rural communities to a vital district centre has been completed thanks to a WFP food-for-work project in rural Laos. The project is part of WFP's Livelihood Initiatives for Nutrition (LIN) programme, designed to support remote communities in northern Laos with high rates of stunting (children too short for their age).
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