WFP and MOEST slums schools feeding programme; the benefits, challenges and possible solutions. A case study of the Kawangware Slum.
This research was carri e i out with the aim of finding out the challenges facing school based feeding programn.cs in slum based primary schools. The study was carried out in Kawangware slums of ~ goretti, Data was collected Iron' '] sample of all seventeen schools with the World Food Programme and Miriist of these, ten were form interview schedule was tables secondary data ,\' According to the stud.'. encountered. These v, , shortages and lack of II some schools. It was found out that] making financial cent. sensitise parents on the additional commoditie. be purchased and faci . fEduoatiori, Science and Technology sponsored project. Quit , registered schools while seven were non - formal. An ..:dto gather primary data. This data was then analyzed using ollected from books, journals and computer information. .ious challenges in implementing the feeding programme are vainly found to be the high costs of fuel, frequent water .. 1 ils and facilities. The monotony of diet also poses a problem in If these problems stem from the lack of parental support in ins, The way forward as suggested by most schools is to on behind the contributions. If funds were more forthcoming, .ld be purchased to reduce diet monotony.Utencils could also ·tnproved.
Citationpost graduate diploma in project planning and management
University of NairobiCollege of education and External Studies
- Faculty of Education (FEd)