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Improving Learning in Uganda, Volume I : Community-Led School Feeding Practices

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESSIBILITY ACHIEVEMENT RATES AFTERNOON SCHOOL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURE ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE ARITHMETIC ATTENDANCE RATES ATTENDANCE RECORDS AUTONOMY BOARDING BREAD CALCIUM CASSAVA CEREALS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHILD NUTRITION CHILD SURVIVAL CHURCHES CLASS SIZES CLASS TEACHERS CLASSROOM CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION CLASSROOMS COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY HEALTH COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONTAINERS CONTEXTUAL FACTORS COOKING CORN CURRICULUM CURRICULUM REFORMS DANGERS DISABILITY DISTRICT EDUCATION DRINKING WATER DROPOUT RATE DROPOUT RATES EARLY GRADES EATING PLACES EDUCATION INVESTMENTS EDUCATION LEVELS EDUCATION MANAGEMENT EDUCATION OF CHILDREN EDUCATION PORTFOLIO EDUCATION PROGRAMS EDUCATION REFORMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS EDUCATIONAL INPUTS EFFECTIVE EDUCATION EFFECTIVE LEARNING EFFECTIVE TEACHING ENROLLMENT LEVELS EXCLUSION FAMINE FLOUR FOOD AVAILABILITY FOOD CHAIN FOOD CROPS FOOD FORTIFICATION FOOD GRAINS FOOD HYGIENE FOOD INSECURITY FOOD PACKAGING FOOD PACKING FOOD POISONING FOOD PREPARATION FOOD PRESERVATION FOOD PRICES FOOD PROCESSING FOOD PRODUCERS FOOD QUALITY FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOOD SECURITY FOOD SHORTAGES FOOD STORAGE FOODS FORMAL SCHOOL FORMAL SCHOOL SYSTEM FRUITS FULL POTENTIAL GENDER GIRLS HAND WASHING HEAD TEACHERS HEALTH CARE HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT HEALTH POLICY HEALTH TRAINING HIV HOT FOOD HUMAN RIGHT HUMAN RIGHTS HYGIENE IMMUNODEFICIENCY INCLUSION INFORMED DECISION MAKING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS INTERVENTIONS LEADERSHIP LEARNERS LEARNING LEARNING OUTCOMES LITERACY LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION LOCAL RADIO MAIZE MALNUTRITION MASS EDUCATION MEAL NATIONAL SCHOOL NET ENROLLMENT NET ENROLLMENT RATIO NUMERACY NUTRITION NUTRITION EDUCATION NUTRITION POLICY NUTRITION STATUS NUTRITIONAL STATUS ORPHANS PARENTAL PARTICIPATION POPULATION STUDIES PORRIDGE POST-PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY CHILDREN PRIMARY COMPLETION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE PRIMARY CYCLE PRIMARY EDUCATION SERVICE PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY PUPILS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SCHOOLS PROTEIN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUPIL COHORT PUPILS AGES QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY LEARNING QUALITY TEACHING RADIO REGULAR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION RICE RIGHT TO EDUCATION RURAL AREAS RURAL CHILDREN RURAL PARENTS RURAL SCHOOLS SAFETY SANITATION SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SCHOOL CANTEENS SCHOOL CHILDREN SCHOOL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DAY SCHOOL EXPERIENCES SCHOOL FEEDING SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMS SCHOOL GARDENING SCHOOL HEALTH SCHOOL HEALTH INITIATIVES SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES SCHOOL MEALS SCHOOL PERFORMANCE SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOOL PROGRAMS SCHOOL QUALITY SCHOOL SELECTION SCHOOL SETTINGS SCHOOL SUCCESS SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOL SYSTEMS SCHOOL TIME SCHOOL-AGE SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN SCHOOLCHILDREN SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOLS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL RESEARCH SOCIETY STAPLE FOODS STARCH STUDENT ATTENDANCE STUDENT LEADERS STUDENT WELFARE SWEET POTATOES TARGET POPULATIONS TEACHER TEACHER ABSENTEEISM TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS TEACHER SUPERVISION TEACHERS TEACHING-LEARNING TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRANSPORTATION TUBERS UNIVERSAL EDUCATION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UPE URBAN SCHOOLS VEGETABLES VITAMIN A VITAMINS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS VULNERABLE CHILDREN WFP WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2013-01-31T19:33:15Z | 2013-01-31T19:33:15Z | 2013-01-08

This study highlights various school feeding options that could be made available for Ugandan parents to adopt through a sustained and school-led dialogue that is enabled by clear policy guidance about the roles and responsibilities of duty bearers at various levels. The introduction presents the background and rationale for the study, with a discussion of the scientific evidence behind school feeding and Learning. The methodology of the study is next describes. Chapter 2 provides the policy framework for school feeding in Uganda while chapter 3 presents the observed community-led school feeding practices. Chapter 4 provides insights on issues for consideration by the government and especially the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) to generate a clear way forward for school feeding in Uganda. The report ends with an appendix and a reference list.

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