WFP resumes school feeding in Tajikistan amidst COVID-19 crisis

World Food Programme resumes school feeding programme in almost 40 percent of the Central Asian country’s schools

Nasrullo Ramazonov
Nov 4, 2020 · 3 min read
Children in Tojikobod District having their WFP school meal. Photo: WFP/Nasrullo Ramazonov
WFP received fortified wheat flour from the Russian Federation in support of its School Feeding Programme in Tajikistan. Photo: WFP/Nasrullo Ramazonov
The contribution of parent-teacher associations to support school feeding is significant, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: WFP/Nasrullo Ramazonov
Support from community members enabled schools to diversify their meals. Photo: WFP/Nasrullo Ramazonov

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