Oxfam America Response to Food Crisis in South Senegal

Cash program beneficiary Adama Diallo, 40, with her daughter Animata Diallo, 5, left, outside their home in Tankanto Escale village, Senegal, July 26, 2012. Some of the families in Tankanto Escale are beneficiaries of Oxfam America and local partner FODDE’s (FOrum pour un Développement Durable Endogene) response to a food crisis in southern Senegal, where both the quality of food and residents’ ability to afford it have declined. The response includes distributions of hygiene kits and cash, as well as monitoring drinking water access and food security.

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