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Learning from Experience: Malawi case study

Malawi School Meals Programme aims to increase girls' and double orphans’ attendance through the provision of take-home rations. Support to all schools during the lean season is ensured....

Learning from Experience: Afghanistan case study

Afghanistan School Meals Programme is WFP’s largest. It strongly addresses gender disparity through the provision of take-home rations. Moreover, it represents a good example of evidence-based...

Learning from Experience: El Salvador case study

El Salvador represents a successful handover experience. Innovative interim funding solutions, a well-planned transition, and the strong presence in the policy framework, laid the foundations for a...

Learning from Experience: Ethiopia case study

WFP’s School Meals Programme in Ethiopia is supported by Children in Local Development (CHILD), a community-led planning tool jointly initiated by WFP and the Ministry of Education.  It...

Learning from Experience: Kenya case study

Commitment to School Meals Programmes in Kenya is high: the programme is rooted in the policy framework, there is a strong cooperation between WFP and the Ministry of Education, and the government...

Learning from Experience: Lao PDR case study

WFP Laos country office made significant efforts to improve the learning environment through a partnership with UNICEF, ensuring proper learning and a healthy and safe school setting. Moreover,...

Learning from Experience: Pakistan case study

WFP’s School Meals Programme in Pakistan is strongly addressed to fight gender disparity through take-home rations. Moreover, the government's commitment to School Meals is high:  it is...

Learning from Experience: Uganda case study

The partnership with World Vision International allowed WFP to deliver a comprehensive package to school children. World Vision integrated government initiatives on HIV/AIDS awareness, promoted...

Learning from Experience: Brazil case study

Brazil National School Meals Programme is one of the largest in the world. Started in 1955, it reaches almost 50 million beneficiaries and represents a good example of national ownership of a School...

Brazil: a desk review of the National School Feeding Programme

Brazil’s National School Feeding Programme, started in 1955, is one of the wider range of social assistance programmes run by the Ministry of Development, as part of its “Zero Hunger Strategy”. The...