Food for Knowledge Project
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.
Training new primary school teachers is vital to the future of Mozambique.
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.
On International School Meals Day, take a close up look at how Planet Aid's Food for Knowledge program is changing lives in Mozambique.
Mother Language Day has been celebrated each February 21 since 1999 to increase awareness and to focus on preserving the world’s language diversity.
On September 13, Clay Hamilton, USDA Associate Administrator for Agriculture; Kyle Bonsu, Agricultural Attaché from the Foreign Agric…
Each year we celebrate International Literacy Day on September 8, a worldwide holiday to reflect on the world's remaining literacy challenges.
Literacy expert Dr. Paula Green offers her reflections on effective components of successful program delivery.
Watch a new video about the Food for Knowledge project's flagship early-grade reading program.
March 14 is International School Meals Day! Learn what Planet Aid's Food for Knowledge project is doing in Mozambique to make school lunches a reality.