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Nigerian Government, UN Collaborate To Scale up School Feeding Programme

Nigerian Government, UN Collaborate To Take up School Feeding Programme

Nigerian Government and the United Nations World Food Programme have decided to take up the National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme as schools reopen in the country.

They disclosed this in a joint statement from the WFP and the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development issued in Abuja on Tuesday by the UN agency. THE PUNCH reports.

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“Homegrown school feeding initiatives promote nutrition education and better eating habits and encourage the diversification of production with a special emphasis on local crops”.

“WFP is backing the next stage with a significant transfer of ICT equipment. This includes tablets with access to the PLUS Schools Menus – a free tool to help state nutrition officers design nutritious menus for schools”. Information Guide Nigeria

“It has also led to a significant increase in school enrollment across the country”.

“Moreover, the programme has provided a much-needed boost to local economies by buying the products of smallholder farmers and providing jobs to more than 107,000 cooks from low-income families”. jamb results

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