Joining the first-ever research of its kind in Cambodia, primary school children queue with their parents and wait to receive an examination card.
Photo: WFP/Somealea Ngay
Can using fortified rice in WFP's school meals programme be the game changer in the fight against malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies, particularly among primary school-aged children? A nine-month study to be conducted in 20 schools in Cambodia's Kampong Speu province is set to give us the answer.
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