Food for Knowledge Project

The Planet Aid Food for Knowledge project in Mozambique is a comprehensive school feeding, nutrition and education initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program.  You can find out more about the progress on the implementation of this project by clicking on the story thumbnails below.


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 Latest News from Food for Knowledge:

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Weather Wreaking Widespread Havoc

While the U.S. saw the lowest temperatures in a generation, many in Africa are enduring severe drought and flooding. Learn how we are helping communities in southern Africa develop their capacity to cope with the impacts. Read more

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Mozambique Celebrates New Teachers

Approximately 1,400 new Mozambican primary school teachers recently graduated at commencement ceremonies held throughout Mozambique, thanks in part to support from the USDA... Read more

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Loving Literacy All Year Round

International Literacy Day is celebrated each year on September 8.  Read about how the Food for Knowledge Project is strengthening literacy in Mozambique throughout the year. Read more

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Water to Help Kids Learn

In many countries of the world improving education is not just about pedagogy or pencils. Having clean potable water available can make the difference between educational development or decline. Read more

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Focus on Ending Poverty and Hunger

This week the United Nations (UN) will mark two important days: World Food Day (October 16) and International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (Octobe... Read more