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11 September 2019

WFP Responds to Cyclone Dorian Aftermath in the Bahamas (For the Media)

The World Food Programme is lending its emergency expertise to support response efforts underway in the Bahamas, which is reeling from the impact of Hurricane Dorian, the islands’ worst-ever hurricane.
WFP has distributed over 1,500 ready to eat meals, with food also reaching people affected in the hard-to-reach Little Abaco.
The assessment teams continue to reach isolated areas. While some areas of Grand Bahama and Abaco islands are now accessible, reaching other affected areas continues to be a major constrain.
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Bahamas Climate Food Security Logistics and delivery networks Natural disasters Video for the Media
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