Feeding families out of Mosul by World Food Programme on Exposure
Story by Inger Marie Vennize Thousands of people have fled western Mosul in Iraq amidst a military offensive to retake the city from ISIL. The World Food Programme (WFP) has provided life-saving, ready-to-eat food to over 325,000 displaced people at screening centres or camps. A box of ready-to-eat food contains canned meat, chick peas, dried fruit and biscuits, enough for a family of five for three days.