The use of Optimus in Madagascar and Ethiopia Emergencies

Optimus dashboard
Vandakope and her five children eating cactus fruits and cooked melon for lunch in their house in Tsarapioke. Photo: WFP/Sitraka Niaina Raharinaivo
Manakara community residents queuing up during a WFP General Food Distribution exercise in Manakara-Atsimo district, Fitovinany, Madagascar on 23 February 2022. Photo:WFP/Photolibrary
Gina Ratovoarisoa running an analysis on Optimus to choose the best sourcing option for Cereals. Photo: WFP/Volana Rarivoson
Bottles of sunflower oil and bags of rice during WFP General Food Distribution exercise in Manakara-Atsimo district, Fitovinany, Madagascar on 23 February 2022. Photo: WFP/Photolibrary
In the vast lowland part of Ethiopia, South Omo communities have suffered high death rates among their cattle as a result of the severe drought. Photo: WFP/ Michael Tewelde
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) at a food distribution site in Adimehamedey — North western Tigray. Photo: WFP/Claire Nevill

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