|A worker at the Arbat oil factory in the northern Iraqi governorate
of Sulaymaniyah with sunflower seeds stored for extraction.
PHOTO: Sonia Dumont - UNOHCI/OIP Oil-for-Food Programme (November 2002)
|Rations in the monthly food basket available nationwide through the
Oil-for Food programme are displayed in Baghdad. The ration includes 200
grams of tea, 250 grams of chick peas, 125 grams of beans, 125 grams of
lentils, 1 kilogram of cooking oil, 2 kilograms of sugar, 3 kilograms of
rice, 8 kilograms of flour, 125 grams of powdered milk (for adults), 100
grams of iodized salt, 8 tins (6 kilograms) of Dielac (baby formula) and
800 grams of Ridelac (supplementary baby food). Also included are: 2
bars of soap and 500 grams of powdered detergent.
PHOTO: UNICEF/HQ03-0051/ SHEHZAD NOORANI
|Fruit and vegetable market - Northern Iraq