Commitments to action

Good Nutrition For Better School Performance

Golden Eagles Association, Golden Eagles Association youth group

To ensure that all primary school children don’t go to classes when hungry as poor nutrition affects their concentration in class.
According to WHO report 2020 states that 66 million primary school children attend classes hungry across the globe with 23 million in Africa.

Constituency

Youth

Action Area(s)

Build Resilience to Vulnerabilities, Shocks, and Stresses

Location

Kenya

Key contact

Chairperson, Golden Eagles Association
[email protected]

Keywords

Reduce under-nutrition
Improve academic performance
Improve school enrollment

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