The world changes for the better one neighbor, one community at a time – it can start with you contacting your local Planet Aid this MLK Day of Service.
Planet Aid’s flagship school feeding project, Food for Knowledge (FFK), comes to a close in 2020, after eight years and over 76 million meals distributed in Mozambique’s Maputo province.
A new year is a new chance to revive a commitment to making small lifestyle changes that will have big returns – for you, your fellow humans, and the generations to come.
It is important that you start recycling, if you have not already. You can start small by formulating a system at home to recycle plastic bags and bottles. Every small action can result in a big change for mother Earth.
Mrs. Arlinda Chaquisse, National Director of Nutrition and School Feeding (DNUSE) of MINEDH speaking to participants at the recent Sustainabil…
We are in the tail end of October, which means Halloween will be here before you know it. So, it is the perfect time to start planning for t…
World Teachers’ Day 2020 is being celebrated amidst a strenuous COVID-19 pandemic which has affected the education sector globally. In 2020, the world honors and celebrates the remarkable work done by teachers under the theme “Teachers: Leading in Crisis, Reimagining the Future.”
The Food for Knowledge project is a comprehensive school feeding, nutrition and education initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as part of the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program.
With more people than ever before working from home, and others self-quarantining, it is the perfect time to reflect on our daily habits as they relate to the environment.
In the midst of the chaos, there have been signs of environmental benefits largely due to a decrease in transportation. However, many of these benefits are temporary and will not make long-lasting impact without structural change.