Covering 139 countries, of which 125 had large-scale school feeding, the 2022 edition of School Meal Programs Around the World presents the results of GCNF’s second Global Survey of School Meal Programs ©, conducted from July 2021 through March 2022.
This paper outlines the vision for scaling up the Happy Schools Project (HSP) globally.
Indonesian children face a triple burden of malnutrition, where the occurrence of undernutrition and overnutrition coexist with micronutrient deficiencies.
This Technical Review guides the design, implementation and monitoring of school feeding programmes in refugee settings.
This is a summary of the publication ‘Ready to learn and thrive: School health and nutrition around the world’, developed by UNESCO, Food and Agriculture Organization, Global Partnership for Education, UNICEF, World Bank, World Food Programme (WFP) and World Health Organization (WHO), with the su
The evidence for increased focus on the link between education and health is strong. Education strongly impacts health outcomes and health is equally fundamental to education. This calls for a more comprehensive approach to school health and more coordinated action across sectors.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the recent Omicron variant wave have dramatically impacted societies in all sectors and at all levels.
“Coverage of School Health Monitoring Systems in China: a Large National Cross-Sectional Survey” by Yan et al. provides an important demonstration of the value of monitoring national school health and nutrition programs.
This report shows that school meals are essential for the health and economic stability of communities.
This guide lays out the steps for designing a successful school feeding program. It offers best practices that not only help programs address child hunger and malnutrition, but reduce food waste, increase use of local resources, and create strong stakeholder relationships.