School Feeding Models
School feeding is essential for promoting education, health, peace and social cohesion. At a time when countries and their partners are evaluating strategies to reduce chronic malnutrition, malnutrition and poverty, the discussion of school feeding models becomes imperative. With the common goal of generating human capital, supporting national growth and promoting socio-economic development, centralised, mixed and decentralised models have both advantages and challenges. This publication explains, with examples from around the world, how each model works and how they can be useful for different school feeding programmes.