Niger to spend N1.2bn in every 20 days on school feeding


The Niger government says it will spend N1.2 billion in every 20 days of the primary school feeding programme expected to kick off Sept. Eli Apple Air Jordan 13 (XIII) 25, Mrs. nike cortez 90s ADIDAS VALCLEAN2 CMF

Afiniki Dauda, Special Adviser to Gov. Miami Hurricanes Jerseys Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 9 Abubakar Bello on Empowerment and Social Protection, disclosed this on Tuesday in Minna, during the training of 150 food vendors and desk officers on food safety and hygiene. air max Nike Air Max Vente The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the training, tagged: “train the trainees”, was organised for selected vendors across the 25 local government areas, to prepare them for the feeding programme. Connecticut Huskies Jerseys Maglia Chris Paul Dauda said that the Federal Government would spend N70 per day, for every child involved in the feeding programme. adidas nmd męskie Adidas Nmd Donna Nere

“We have submitted a list of well over 800,000 pupils from 3,000 schools for the programme; its principal aim is to raise nutritional value among pupils and increase school enrollment,” she said. Nike Roshe One NIKE AIR FOOTSCAPE

She said that 70,170 vendors had been captured for the programme, adding that their data had been submitted to the National Identity Management office for verification. Air Jordan 8 (VIII) Women Air Jordan 4 The official said that government had set up a special monitoring and evaluation team consisting of desk officers, counselors, parents and teachers association to ensure its success. asics gel pulse 7 męskie Eli Apple Dauda warned vendors and other officials against diverting food items meant for the pupils, saying that anyone caught would be prosecuted.