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SCHOOL FEEDING
– More than just
providing a meal
WORLD FOOD DAY
October 2020
Katarina Eriksson
Tetra Laval Food for Develo...
Global View of School Feeding
► 368 million children in 169 countries receive food in school.
► Globally 1 in 3 children i...
Global View of School Milk
► 160 million children in 62 countries receive milk in schools.
► 200 ml is the most common por...
School Feeding – more than a meal
► Nutrition
► Building healthy eating habits
► Attracting children to school, especially...
School closures during COVID-19
(UNESCO data)
School Feeding during Covid-19
► Loss of school food heavy burden on vulnerable families world wide
► Innovation in school...
WFP / FAO / Unicef respons
► Guidence on how to support,
transform or adapt school feeding (in
the short term) to help saf...
Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together.
► School Feeding helps the young
generation GROW up educated and
healthy.
► School Feedi...
THANK YOU!
Katarina Eriksson
+46 70 679 0014
katarinam.eriksson@tetralaval.com
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World Food Day 2020: School feeding much more than providing a meal

Presented by Katarina Eriksson, Project and Partnership Development Director at Tetra Laval Food for Development

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World Food Day 2020: School feeding much more than providing a meal

  1. 1. SCHOOL FEEDING – More than just providing a meal WORLD FOOD DAY October 2020 Katarina Eriksson Tetra Laval Food for Development
  2. 2. Global View of School Feeding ► 368 million children in 169 countries receive food in school. ► Globally 1 in 3 children is not growing well due to malnutrition, 1 in 2 suffer from “hidden hunger” ► The numbers of obese children aged 5-19 have soared since the mid-1970s, rising by between 10- and 12-fold globally. ► School feeding is a good investment for a country – for every $1 spent, it is estimated that at least $3-10 is gained in economic returns, sometimes as much as $20. Source: WFP, Unicef
  3. 3. Global View of School Milk ► 160 million children in 62 countries receive milk in schools. ► 200 ml is the most common portion size. ► Plain whole milk is most common, followed by plain semi- skimmed milk. ► Milk is provided for free or at a subsidized cost in the majority of programmes. ► The majority of respondents (83%) indicated that the programme focuses on improving child health and nutrition. ► Carton packages are used in most programmes (81%). ► UHT or long-life products are available in 73% of countries covered by the survey. ► In 2019, 68 million children in 56 countries received milk or other nutritious beverage in Tetra Pak packages in schools. Source: International Dairy Federation (IDF) https://store.fil-idf.org/product/school-milk-programmes-2020/ , Tetra Laval & Tetra Pak 160 million children receive milk in schools
  4. 4. School Feeding – more than a meal ► Nutrition ► Building healthy eating habits ► Attracting children to school, especially girls ► FORMAL market for local QUALITY food products
  5. 5. School closures during COVID-19 (UNESCO data)
  6. 6. School Feeding during Covid-19 ► Loss of school food heavy burden on vulnerable families world wide ► Innovation in school food distribution: Take-home rations, Home delivered food packages, Vouchers ► Food Safety a challenge - long life products preferred Ulianovsk, Russia: Weekly food packages to vulnerable China: Lockers for delivery of school milk El Salvador: School food and milk through containment centres
  7. 7. WFP / FAO / Unicef respons ► Guidence on how to support, transform or adapt school feeding (in the short term) to help safeguard schoolchildren’s food security and nutrition during the COVID-19 pandemic. ► Covid-19 protocols, Nutrition, Food Safety, Examples
  8. 8. Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together. ► School Feeding helps the young generation GROW up educated and healthy. ► School Feeding NOURISHES children. ► School feeding creates a SUSTAINABLE market for local foods. ► Working TOGETHER in multistakeholder school feeding partnerships - a key for long term sustainability.
  9. 9. THANK YOU! Katarina Eriksson +46 70 679 0014 katarinam.eriksson@tetralaval.com

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