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If 'HEBS' mean high energy biscuits, MREs are ready to eat meals.
Siblings of moderate and severe malnourished children receive fortified high energy biscuits.
Geoffrey Pinnock, WFP's emergency officer in Yida told Sudan Tribune that on arrival children receive high energy biscuits and families received two weeks worth of food.
The city's hospitals have also been overwhelmed with emaciated adults and malnourished said on Friday it had airlifted 120 tonnes of a peanut-based paste for malnourished children and and 24 tonnes of high energy biscuits to Mogadishu and some southern regions.
The additional food distributions consist of high energy biscuits, fortified with vitamins and minerals.
Earlier, WFP supplied high energy biscuits which we started distributing on New Year's Day to children under five years of age, lactating mothers, pregnant women and ill people.
The initial phase of their six-month recovery plan is to distribute one-week supplies of High Energy Biscuits, which are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals and can provide the immediate energy needed for survival.
Lieutenant-General Nadeem Ahmed, who leads a group dealing with those displaced by the conflict, said that the country needs donations of fans and high energy biscuits.