FNS related programs with the "Alimentación escolar" category

Showing programs: 1 to 10 of 34.

  • Nicaragua

    Comprehensive School Nutrition Program

    The program promotes school attendance and child retention, with the participation of the community and close interagency coordination in municipalities with high and very high food insecurity and extreme poverty. It seeks to improve nutritional status and access to education.

    • Alimentación escolar
  • Antigua and Barbuda

    National School Meals Programme

    School feeding program implemented in 2005 by the Ministry of Education, Sports, Youth and Gender Affairs, part of the "Plan of Action 2013-2014 for the Zero Hunger Challenge". The program provides daily, Monday through Friday, lunches for students in public primary and secondary schools of the most vulnerable sectors of the country, benefiting between 2,700 and 3,000 students daily.

    • Alimentación escolar
  • Ecuador

    Programa de Alimentación Escolar

    School Feeding Program which was first implemented in 1989 and executed by the Institute of Food Supply, under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries; it provides food for the complete 200 days of the school year for children from the ages of 3 to 4 during Early Childhood Education; also, for children and adolescents from the ages of 5 to 14 attending General Basic Education (EGB) in public educational institutions, partly State funded institutions, and rural and urban municipal education.

    • Alimentación escolar
  • Brazil

    Programa Nacional de Alimentação Escolar

    School feeding program which began implementation in 1955; it is implemented by the States, the Federal District and the municipalities; it is part of Brasil Sem Miséria. As of 2015 it seeks to benefit 42.6 million students attending basic education (early childhood education, primary education, secondary education and education for youth and adults) whom are enrolled in public, philanthropic schools and community organizations. For 2015 this Program had a budget of BRL 3.8 billion (USD$980,124,000).

    • Alimentación escolar
  • Mexico

    School Breakfast Program

    This is Mexico’s School Feeding Program. It aims to promote proper nutrition within the school population, subject to welfare status, through a warm and cold school breakfast. Its design is based on Nutrition Quality Criteria, and is complemented by actions related to nutritional education, quality assurance and food production.

    School Breakfast Program
    • Alimentación escolar
  • El Salvador

    School Feeding and Health Program

    This is a school feeding program that aims to improve the nutritional status of students in order to promote better learning conditions, through a daily snack, served in the early hours of the day, focusing on improvements in the rates of attendance and permanence in the school system, becoming an incentive for parents to send their children to school. It is implemented by the Ministry of Education.

  • Guatemala

    School Breakfast Program

    This is a School Feeding Program of the Ministry of Education. It consists of daily delivery of a school breakfast to children in the country which attend preschool and primary school. Annually 24,840 school breakfasts are delivered.

    School Breakfast Program
    • Alimentación escolar
  • Bolivia

    Programa Nacional de Alimentación Complementaria Escolar 2015-2020

    School Feeding Program that has its origins in 1994. The Ministry of Education is the institution responsible for the program and municipalities are the implementing entities.

  • Peru

    Programa Nacional de Alimentación Escolar Qali Warma

    The National School Feeding Program, implemented in 2012 by the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion, is intended to provide food service quality, suited for local consumption habits, co-managed with the community, sustainable and healthy for children in initial levels of education from the ages of 3 and for primary levels of basic education in public educational institutions. The program operates throughout the national territory divided into eight food regions, each with a shared culinary identity, according to their geographical, social, cultural, economic and ecological characteristics.

  • Honduras

    Healthy Schools Program

    This is the country’s school feeding program; it was created in 1998 and formalized in 2000. It is dependent of the Presidency of the Republic; it is attached to the Ministry of Social Development and coordinated by the First Lady of the Nation. The program seeks to improve the quality for the students of marginal and urban and rural schools in municipalities with highest vulnerability rates of Honduras.