WFP Publication
9 April 2015
WFP Publication, Case Study
8 May 2014

This case study aims at increasing the body of knowledge on school feeding programmes, seen as an important means to improve access to education and reduce poverty. Information was gathered through an inception workshop, study of documents, thirty interviews, a questionnaire administered to the thirteen regional hostel officers, and visits to fifteen schools in six regions during which focus group discussions took place with learners, cooks and parents.

School Meals
14 November 2013

Technical Assistance The The Namibian School Feeding System

School Meals
24 October 2012

The Namibia School Feeding Programme (NSFP) is a nationally-run and funded government programme providing meals to approximately 270 000 school children across the country. The meal consists of  125 grams (475 kilocalories or 1,988 kilojoule) of fortified maize blend that is cooked at schools and served as a midmorning meal.

School Meals
17 October 2012

This is the first report that analyses the historical transition of the Namibian School Feeding Programme from 1991 when the programme was launched by the World Food Programme through the period when the Government of Namibia took full ownership of the programme in 1996 until now. The report represents the first step in the process of strengthening the evidence base on school feeding in Namibia and is intended to inform on the progressive transfer of responsibilities and the process the school feeding programme has undergone to be what it is today.