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An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1461877.2 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/en/c/1470928/
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An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1461877.2 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/fr/c/1470928/
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An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1458199.6 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/ru/c/1470928/
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An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1458199.6 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/ar/c/1470928/
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An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1458199.6 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/es/c/1470928/
Data Source: un
An official side event of the Tokyo Nutrition for Growth Summit 2021 and attended by about 150 participants, the event focused on what, how and why the nutrition content of school meals and other foods available in and through schools have changed  over time in many countries. These changes – not all of which leading to improvements in the quality of meals and foods available – occurred  in response to complex and interrelated economic, agriculture and nutrition, health, education, emergency and environmental issues. (...) “One of the objectives of the School Meals Coalition, is about quality and how these programmes can become truly the platforms that we all hope they can be, including better and more nutritious food, including better and healthier environments for children and schools and including the connection to all of these complementary approaches on school health and nutrition, and of course better nutrition standards for these meals in countries ” added Carmen Burbano, Director of WFP’s School Based Programmes Division.
Language:English
Score: 1458199.6 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...ws/detail-events/zh/c/1470928/
Data Source: un
Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Nutrition crisis looms as more than 39 billion in-school meals missed since start of pandemic – UNICEF and WFP School meals, often the one nutritious daily meal that children get, must be prioritized in school reopening plans 01 February 2021 UNICEF Sri Lanka NEW YORK/ ROME/ SRI LANKA, 1 February 2021 – More than 39 billion in-school meals have been missed globally since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic due to school closures, according to a new report released today by the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti and the World Food Programme (WFP). COVID-19: Missing More Than a Classroom notes that 370 million children worldwide – many of whom are reliant on school meals as a key source of their daily nutrition – have missed 40 per cent of in-school meals, on average, since COVID-19 restrictions shuttered classrooms.  (...) “Children who depend on schools for their daily meals are not only losing out on an education but also on a reliable source of nutrition.
Language:English
Score: 1449450.1 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...ssed-start-pandemic-unicef-and
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FAO provides technical support, develops guidance and strengthens the capacities of government institutions and other stakeholders to implement nutrition standards for school food and meals and to develop policies for healthier school food environments. In particular, setting nutrition standards for school meals and for the foods available in school premises and surroundings, can improve the quality of diets of schoolchildren and adolescents. (...) Main points Setting nutrition standards has the potential to improve the nutritional quality and adequacy of school meals and to strengthen linkages with local and smallholder food production.
Language:English
Score: 1448526.5 - https://www.fao.org/school-food/areas-work/food-environment
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FAO provides technical support, develops guidance and strengthens the capacities of government institutions and other stakeholders to implement nutrition standards for school food and meals and to develop policies for healthier school food environments. In particular, setting nutrition standards for school meals and for the foods available in school premises and surroundings, can improve the quality of diets of schoolchildren and adolescents. (...) Main points Setting nutrition standards has the potential to improve the nutritional quality and adequacy of school meals and to strengthen linkages with local and smallholder food production.
Language:English
Score: 1448526.5 - https://www.fao.org/school-foo...reas-work/food-environment/en/
Data Source: un
Share × Close UN agencies back bold plan to ensure every child in need gets a regular healthy meal in school by 2030 Integrated school health and nutrition programmes can serve as “springboards” for agri-food systems transformation Lunchtime at a school in Guatemala. (...) Globally, more than 150 million children are still missing out on meals and essential health and nutrition services. (...) The coalition is also committed to ‘smart’ school meals programmes, which combine regular meals in school with complementary health and nutrition interventions for children’s growth and learning.
Language:English
Score: 1448124.1 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...lthy-meal-in-school-by-2030/en
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