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Schools that will gain from the lunch program

Schools that will gain from the lunch program

Schools Identified To Gain From Lunch Program. Students and parents may rest easy knowing that the Kwanza administration in Kenya has donated Sh5 billion to the School Feeding Program for all public schools.

Following the presentation of the budget projections for 2023–2024 on Thursday, Treasury Minister CS Njuguna Ndung’u disclosed the aforementioned amount.

The school feeding program that President William Ruto vowed to undertake during the 2022 election campaigns in all public primary schools across the country has been supported by the Sh3.6 trillion Kenya Kwanza budget for 2023–24’s first budget.

Ruto had stated that the Kwanza government would carry out the plan in classrooms all across the country to guarantee the efficient operation of schools.

According to the Kenya Kwanza government, this program’s goals are to encourage student retention in schools and improve student nutrition.

In Kenya, it is conceivable, according to Ruto. Our children won’t have to go out and get lunch or maybe go without thanks to the implementation of this endeavor.

The responsibility for feeding children in compliance with the secondary school implementation guidelines rests with parents of junior secondary school pupils, according to Ezekiel Machogu, the secretary of state for education, who spoke before the national parliament.

According to Guideline 8.6 for JSS schools, parents and guardians are responsible for providing lunches.

Identified Schools To Gain From Lunch Program

From the sentence, the following is a quote: “JSS management shall ensure that no student leaves school as a result of paying lunch program fees.”

According to Machogu, the jss board need to give parents the choice of sending their children to school with a packed lunch or paying for lunches out of pocket.

The JSS board should hold a meeting of the parents of that particular school, after which they decide on the amount that each parent must pay to provide lunch for their children.Machogu emphasized that making this contribution is only an option and not necessary.

The government works to make sure that all students receive food at their institutions, continued Machogu.

Students are now anxiously anticipating the program’s implementation in schools in order to profit.

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