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MONROVIA, Liberia February 3, 2015 After adopting five children who were orphaned during the Ebola crisis, this Liberian women has access to rice, beans, oil and other nutritious foods for her family through the USAID and Food for Peace monthly food distribution. USAID supports generous families like this as well as more than 10,000 other humanitarian heroes who have played essential roles in decreasing Liberia’s Ebola rate by 90 percent. Photo by Adam Parr, USAID

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