The Great Enablers

Nihaya, a widow and mother of three in Jordan, proudly displays her WFP-enabled hydroponics harvest, which in turn empowered her to pass the knowledge to her peers. (Photo: WFP/Julia Mills)
Yasser, a young Syrian refugee who fled from his home to Lebanon and eventually Iraq, found an outlet and an opportunity with WFP’s Empowerment in Action program — EMPACT. (photo: WFP/Sharon Rapose)

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