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.
This Technical Review guides the design, implementation and monitoring of school feeding programmes in refugee settings.
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.
The Happy Schools Guide and Toolkit is designed to support teachers and school leaders in primary and secondary schools across the Asia-Pacific region, in thinking about how they can create their own Happy School.
A general consensus exists among Member States that gaining academic knowledge on its own is not enough for young people to play a role as active citizens and face the socioeconomic realities in their lives, in order to avoid inequity, poverty, discrimination, marginalisation and exclusion.
These global standards will support early child education and care providers in providing healthy foods and beverages and ensuring young children are sufficiently physically active, avoid excess sedentary time and get enough sleep whilst attending childcare and education facilities.
This comprehensive policy intends to ensure that school safety and security are at the top of the agenda for government at all levels.
The Minimum Standards for Safe Schools document targets the basic and senior secondary education levels operating as either private or public schools as well as the non-formal sector in Nigeria.
School health and nutrition (SHN) interventions are among the most ubiquitous public health investments and comprise a key mechanism for reaching populations that are otherwise difficult to reach through the health system.