Stories Tagged 'World food programme'
Nepal faces renewed diplomatic and internal challenges in coping with 6,500 Bhutanese refugees who remain in two camps in Jhapa as the World Food Programme suspends its 26-year-old support and the third country settlement scheme draws to its close.
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The World Food Programme (WFP) will shift its support from in-kind food assistance to cash distributions to the Bhutanese refugees in Nepal starting mid-2018, the UN food agency said on Wednesday.
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The Central Department of Food Technology and Quality Control has proscribed distribution of pulses stored by WFP in Nepalgunj on the ground that the provisions are unfit for consumption.
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The World Food Programme (WFP) has shown reluctance to provide the details of purchase, shipment and distribution of the food items stored in its godowns to the parliamentary probe committee
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The World Food Programme has shown reluctance to inform the details of purchase and transportation of the food stuff stored in its godown to the parliamentary investigation committee.
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The Disaster Management and Monitoring Committee of Legislature-Parliament has found 541 metric tonnes of “inedible” pulses in a godown of the World Food Programme in Nepalgunj.
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