Drought in Haiti - The New Indian Express

Drought in Haiti

  • An aid worker fills a bottle with cooking oil during distribution of food by the U.N. World Food Program at a local school in Bombardopolis, northwestern Haiti. The agency said it has given food to 164,000 people in the region so far, as well as 6,000 seed kits for farmers. (AP Photo)
  • Two women pack cooking oil into donkey side sacks distributed by the U.N. World Food Program, WFP, at a local school in Bombardopolis, northwest Haiti. Drought is hitting this region, it has alarmed international aid organizations such as the WFP, which sent workers this week to pass out bulgur wheat, cooking oil and salt. (AP Photo)
  • Students hold out their plates as the school cook ladles out a bulgur wheat and bean dish at a public school in Bombardopolis. (AP Photo)
  • Brenia Petit-Jean, 12, looks out from a classroom while her mother queues for food donated by the U.N. World Food Program, WFP, at a local school in Bombardopolis, northwestern Haiti. . (AP Photo)
  • Workers collect salt from the salt evaporation ponds in Anse-Rouge, northwestern Haiti. Drought is hitting this region, one of the hungriest, most desolate parts of the most impoverished nation in the hemisphere and it has alarmed international aid organizations. (AP Photo)
  • A woman, who works in the nearby salt pans, walks across a barren field in Anse-Rouge, northwestern Haiti. Drought is hitting this region, one of the hungriest, most desolate parts of the most impoverished nation in the hemisphere and it has alarmed international aid organizations. (AP Photo)
  • Larionise Beltinor 10, sweeps the entrance of her home while her 7-month-old brother Jean Widson Beltimor crawls nearby in Bombardopolis, northwestern Haiti. Drought is hitting this region, one of the hungriest, most desolate parts of the most impoverished nation in the hemisphere. Officials hope to tide people over through the rainy season that is supposed to begin in April and until harvest in June. (AP Photo)

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