Stacks of 25kg bags of SuperCereal and 24 litre boxes of vitamin-enriched vegetable oil in the Vientiane warehouse ready to be transported to the village schools.
The first batch of USDA food contribution for 2015-2017 to WFP School Meals Programme has arrived in Vientiane. The Super Cereal and vitamin-enriched vegetable oil will be transported to over 1,500 village schools, including the remotest areas of Laos, for community cooks to prepare a daily mid-morning snack for pre-primary and primary students. The nutritious snack encourages students to come to school, reduces hunger and helps the students concentrate in classes.
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