HGSF programmes provide an opportunity for smallholder farmers to benefit from access to a market with stable, structured, and predictable demand.
The documents available here are specifically relevant to agricultural and community members of the school feeding process.
Home grown school feeding can create jobs and profits not only for smallholder farmers, but also for a wide range of stakeholders involved in getting the food from the field to the classroom.
The school feeding supply chain includes those involved in the transportation, processing, and preparation of food.
Healthy, well-fed children learn better. HGSF programmes which integrate school health and nutrition interventions can improve educational achievement.
The resources available here relate to the potential educational and nutritional benefits of HGSF programmes.