World Bank, 2016. 4 p.
Even when quality schools, textbooks, and teachers are all provided, children can only receive effective education if they are in school and prepared to learn. Poor health and hunger both reduce attendance and hamper learning in school. School health and school feeding (SHSF) programs can help overcome these barriers to learning for all—especially among children and youth from poor households, who are most likely to suffer from health and nutrition problems. SABER-School Health and School Feeding documents and analyzes school health programs for children of school age and helps governments strengthen these programs.
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