WFP Centre of Excellence Brazil Virtual Exchanges: Remoto Support to Countries
Since 2011, the WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger Brazil has been engaging, either onsite and/or remote, in technical assistance and capacity strengthening in development contexts for Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The WFP Strategic Plan 2017-2021 and Agenda 2030 provide the WFP CoE with an opportunity to strengthen its remote assistance’s conceptual and operational framework to further contribute to national SDG2 efforts and results.
Financing School Feeding
The World Food Programme (WFP) Centre of Excellence against Hunger launches today the second publication of the Good Practices Series, showing examples of successful financing tools for School Feeding Programmes in different countries with distinct contexts.
School Feeding in Portuguese Speaking Countries
The Centre for Excellence against Hunger launched the first publication of the Good Practices Series. The series provides successful examples of school feeding programs in Portuguese-speaking countries. The document compiles processes, laws and strategies implemented in Cape Verde, Sao Tome and Principe, Brazil and Mozambique.
PNAE´s Legal and Policy basis: Building a Pathway to Homegrown School Feeding
WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger has issued a new policy brief called “PNAE’s Legal and Policy basis: Building a Pathway to Homegrown School Feeding”. The publication presents a timeline of the Brazilian pathway up to the implementation of a home-grown school feeding programme. The publication highlights the importance of considering the broader context of the fight against hunger in the country, through the main legal and institutional bases for food and nutrition security – developed between 1955 and 2010.
Food and Nutrition Education in Brazilian Schools
The WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger – Brazil issued a new policy brief on how the Brazilian school feeding programme has integrated food and nutrition education into the school environment. The document provides an overview of food and nutrition education in Brazil and explores the two-pronged strategy to include food and nutrition education in the school curriculum and the policy base to devise this strategy.
Financing of the Brazilian School Feeding Programme – PNAE
The Centre for Excellence against Hunger and the National Education Development Fund of Brazil have issued the publication Financing of the Brazilian School Feeding Programme – PNAE, which explains the financial management and the history of the programme´s funding since its inception.
Partnership between WFP Centre of Excellence and African Union
The WFP Brazil Centre of Excellence against Hunger launched a new short publication presenting the collaboration between the Centre and the African Union Commission to advocate for home-grown school feeding and to support AU member states in their efforts to scale up school feeding across the continent.
Acquisition of Smallholder Farming Products for School Feeding
The Manual and its attachments provide the steps and operation arrangement for the acquisition of smallholder farming products for school feeding to elementary education students in the PNAE scope. With a step by step description of the process, the document explains budgeting, coordination between social actors, menu creation, public calls, contracts, quality control, product delivery, and payment to smallholder farmers.
Guide to Support Technical Activities of PNAE Nutritionists
PNAE´s Food and Nutrition Security Coordination elaborated this Guide, hoping to provide practical strategies that may help PNAE nutritionists complete their assignments. This information is vital, given that existing publications do not cover this topic thoroughly and the development of new information on how to solve the main hardships and obstacles of PNAE nutritionists is needed.
Training Food Handlers Working in School Feeding
This publication is a support material, with the objective of providing theoretical and scientific support to professionals working at National School Feeding Programme (PNAE), for the training of food handlers who work in the Programme. This document is intended for those responsible for training school feeding handlers, including managers, the educational and school feeding sectors, nutritionists, among others.