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Worlds Food Education System

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Does your country provide a daily meal for children to meet their nutrients that sustain a healthy learning environment? Have you thought about the environment in which you spent your childhood? There are many different learning environments in the world today.

In Cambodia, there are 256,000 childrens. Many children attended school with an empty stomach, or either helped out with chores at home. Due to this, many children lose their opportunity to stay in school.

For children, breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day.

Since 1999, the United Nations WFP started to provide nutrient dense meals to children, so that they have enough energy to focus in school and play.

In the suburbs of Siem Reap, the elementary school cooks would get up at 4 am to make breakfast for around 150 students. They have no refrigerator, so they utilize fresh local ingredients to make nutritious meals everyday.

The United Nations WFP also provides the children with hygiene management instructions, such as how to brush their teeth and hands properly. Through learning these things at school, students are able to adapt a healthier lifestyle, and bring the knowledge back to their families.

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