Home-Grown School Feeding as a “Good Practice” for Poverty Alleviation and Nutrition Security in Cambodia (AVE-Studie 4/2017)
Pupils from approx. 1200 primary schools in Cambodia receive a daily hot meal as part of a school feeding program supported by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). 85 of these schools converted from centralized procurement to “home-grown” by mid-2017. This means all necessary food is produced locally at the school sites. The INEF study shows that the effects are very positive, not only in terms of children and their school performance, but also on local added value and enhanced engagement of the involved stakeholders such as teachers, parents and local administration.
Place of publication: Duisburg
Published: September 2017
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