Rethinking school feeding

social safety nets, child development, and the education sector
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World Bank , Washington, DC
School children -- Food, Children -- Nutr
Statementby Donald Bundy ... [et al.].
SeriesDirections in development
ContributionsBundy, Donald A. P.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB3475 .R48 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23213548M
ISBN 139780821379745, 9780821379752
LC Control Number2009017125

Rethinking School Feeding: Social Safety Nets, Child Development, and the Education Sector, provides a new analysis of school feeding programs. It benefits from combining the World Food Programme’s practical experience in running school feeding programs with the World Bank Group’s development policy dialogue and analysis.

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Rethinking School Feeding. Social Safety Nets, Child Development, and the Education Sector It examines the evidence base for school feeding programs with the objective of better understanding how to develop and implement effective school feeding programs in two contexts: a productive safety net, as part of the response to the social shocks.

: Rethinking School Feeding, Social Safety Nets and the Education Sector (Directions in Development) (): Bundy, Donald, Burbano, Carmen, Grosh Cited by: The Rethinking school feeding book highlights the trade-offs associated with alternative school feeding models and analyses the overarching themes, trends and challenges which run across these programmes.

This sourcebook supports learning and knowledge exchange among countries looking to strengthen and scale-up national school feeding programmes. S h l f di C tSchool feeding: Country programs () Category 1: Countries where school feeding is available in most schools, sometimes or always; Category 2: Countries where school feeding is available in some way and at some scale; Category 3: Countries where school feeding is available primarily in the most food insecure regions; Category 4: Countries where there is no school.

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Rethinking School Feeding Published on Jun 8, This review was prepared jointly by the World Bank Group and the World Food Programme (WFP), building on the comparative advantages of both. Bank Group, Rethinking School Feeding: Social Safety Nets, Child Develop - ment, and the Education Sector, provides a new analysis of school feeding programs.

It benefits from combining the World Food Programme’s prac-tical experience in running school feeding programs with the World Bank Group’s development policy dialogue and analysis.

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Global School Feeding Sourcebook: Lessons from 14 Countries. Using 14 country case studies, the sourcebook documents and analyzes a range of government-led school meals programs to provide decision-makers and practitioners worldwide with the knowledge, evidence and good practice they need to strengthen their national school feeding efforts.

Rethinking School Feeding Programme Bappy Rahman 23 April, AM Bappy Rahman. Countless children around the world turn up at schools with empty stomachs every day. Many simply do not go, as their families need them to help in the fields or around the house. For all of them, having food at school every day can mean not only better.

Rethinking School Feeding: Social Safety Nets, Child Development, and the Educator Sector examines the evidence base for school feeding programs with the objective of better understanding how to develop and implement effective school feeding programs in two contexts: as a productive safety net that is part of the response to the social shocks.

up from the landmark publication Rethinking School Feeding, to provide new insights into the policy and management of school feeding programmes globally. Since the financial crisis ininterest in school feeding has grown among both high- and low-income countries, highlighting the need to improve our knowledge and our evidence base.

The book Rethinking School Feeding was published in English and has subsequently been republished by the governments of the Russian Federation and the Republic of China, in both cases in parallel with national efforts to develop effective, local school feeding programmes.

The book has also been picked up by commercial publishing. The global food, fuel, and financial crises have given new prominence to school feeding as a potential safety net and as a social support measure that helps keep children in school.

'Rethinking School Feeding: Social Safety Nets, Child Development, and the Educator Sector' was written jointly by the World Bank Group and the World Food Programme.

Rethinking school feeding: Social safety nets, child development and the education sector, Washington, DC: World Bank., [Google Scholar]). When using an alternative measure of malnutrition (body mass index, or BMI) to test the robustness of the analysis, we found similar patterns for boarding and non-boarding students.

J (), School Feeding Program and Its Impact on Academic Achievement in ECDE in Roret Division, Bureti District in Kenya. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies.

Vol. I Del Rosso JM (). ’School feeding programmes: Improving effectiveness and increasing the benefit to education. Rethinking emergency school feeding: A child-centred approach Sources. Fafo Institute School feeding has delivered on hunger and nutrition in stable contexts where universal access to primary.

The first, Rethinking School Feeding (WB, ), highlighted the long-term social investment of school feeding, and its role as a short-term productive safety net for children and families.

"Rethinking School Feeding Social Safety Nets, Child Development, and the Education Sector," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, numberJune. Afridi, Farzana, " Child welfare programs and child nutrition: Evidence from a mandated school meal program in India," Journal of Development Economics, Elsevier, vol.

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92(2), pages Rethinking School Health: a Key Component of Education for All. Electronic books Electronic book: --Emergence of HIV as a Programmatic Issue for the Education Sector --Growing Recognition of the Importance of School Feeding for Education --Rising Prevalence of Noncommunicable Diseases in School-Age Children in Low-Income Countries.

Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition. The Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition Project is a multi-country, multi-partner initiative led by Brazil, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Turkey and funded by the Global Environment Facility, the world’s largest public funder of international environmental projects.

This Sourcebook is part of a series of school feeding publications undertaken jointly with governments, the World Bank, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), The Partnership for Child Development (PCD), and other development partners.

The series builds on the analysis presented in the publication Rethinking School Feeding. The. Prologue xv Figure P.1 A Timeline for the Evolution of School Feeding Policy and Programs in the 20th and 21st Centuries Note: The documents illustrated include the key milestones: Rethinking School Feeding (Bundy and others ), The State of School Feeding Worldwide (WFP ), and Global School Feeding Sourcebook (Drake and others ).

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