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Report Sensitization on Retargeting and Expansion for Parliamentary Select Committee on Local Government

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Sensitization on Retargeting and Expansion for Parliamentary Select Committee on Local Government. As part of the retargeting and expansion of the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development and the leadership of the GSFP (National Coordinator and Deputy National Coordinator) appeared before the Parliamentary Select Committee on Local Government and Rural Development to brief the committee on the upcoming retargeting and expansion and the status of the Programme in general. Reasd more about the meeting in this report. Download

 

National Sensitization Workshop on Retargeting for Stakeholders in the Southern Sector

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Report on the National Sensitization Workshop on Retargeting for Stakeholders in the Southern Sector organized by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development and the School Feeding Programme at the GNAT Assembly Hall in Accra with support from the Partnership for Child Development (PCD). Download

   

Report on National Sensitization Workshop on Retargeting for Stakeholders in the Northern Sector

 

National Sensitization Workshop on Retargeting for Stakeholders in the Northern Sector. Organized by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development and the School Feeding Programme at the Prempeh Assembly Hall Kumasi with support from the Partnership for Child Development (PCD) Download

   

Impact of the GSFP on nutritional and health status of Ghanaian pupils – central region

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School Feeding Programmes (SFPs) using locally produced foods have been identified as a contributing strategy to achieving the Millennium Development Goal number one, namely to eradicate extreme hunger and poverty. Ghana is the first of ten countries on the African continent
implementing a New Partnership on Africa’s Development (NEPAD) SFP. One of the long-term objectives of the Ghana School Feeding Programme (Ghana SFP) is to contribute to poverty reduction and food security.

The aim of the MSc study was to determine the medium-term impact of the Ghana SFP on the nutrient intake from school meals and home food consumption as well as the impact on nutritional and health status of the schoolchildren. Download

 

   

Impact of the GSFP in 4 districts of Ghana in central region

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The aim of this study was to determine the nutrient intake from school meals and the out school food consumption of primary school children and to determine the impact on the demand for locally produced foods Download

   

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