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Nepal: Food for thought - school lunches Resources

Nepal: Food for thought - school lunches Resources


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Grade Level Grades K-6

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Nepal is one of the hilliest countries in the world. Most of the population live in very remote areas, so many grow their own food. But growing enough to live on is a real challenge. At Shree Sitaram Primary School in Dalla, western Nepal, many children come to school on an empty stomach. The village is extremely hard to reach from the capital, Kathmandu. There’s no electricity and the nearest shop is a six-hour walk away. The children have four hours of lessons before they get their school lunch. But first, the food has got to reach them!


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