WFP has six decades of experience supporting school feeding and a trajectory of working with more than 100 countries to set up sustainable national school feeding programmes. This factsheet provides an overview on school feeding programmes and their impact.
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The ECOWAS Conference on Homegrown School Feeding, titled "Investing in Homegrown School Feeding to Strengthen Human Capital, Women's Economic Empowerment, and Contribute to Economic Development," served as a pivotal gathering of over 70 technical experts and government officials.
This paper is intended to enhance understanding of the links between school feeding and disability inclusion.
This summary of evaluation evidence brings together findings from 15 evaluations commissioned by WFP between 2014 and 2022. It offers lessons on SHN and HGSF feeding into ongoing and future programmes.
This joint publication by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Food Programme (WFP) presents the state of school feeding programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) as of 2022.
The 23rd annual Global Child Nutrition Forum brought together over 240 school meal program leaders from around the world for discussion, exchange, and peer-to-peer support.
The third in a series of regular reports that WFP is committing to provide, the State of School Feeding Worldwide allows for the continuing overview of school meal programmes everywhere in the world, focusing on national programmes implemented by governments.
In 2019, WFP partnered with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and UNICEF to revise the National Health Policy (2020-30) and develop the National Nutrition Strategy and Action Plan (2020-25).
This report synthesises findings from the World Food Programme (WFP) Evaluation Series on School Feeding in Emergencies (SFE) in four countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC, focus on North Kivu region), Lebanon, Niger (focus on Diffa region) and Syria.
This report is the result of a study to estimate the cost of implementing the SETARA adolescent CSE programme in the three cities of Denpasar, Semarang and Lampung in Indonesia. It found that in the startup phase, implementing SETARA in a school costs between USD 10-15 per student.