Coping with Increasing Food Prices in Nakuru, Kenya: Urban school farming as a way to make school lunches affordable
Owuor, Samuel O
Mwangi, Alice M
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School feeding is common in Africa and widely recognised as beneficial for both the physical and mental development of the children. However, mainly due to the sharp increase of food prices, many parents are no longer able to pay for their children’s lunches. This is where school farming comes in as a means to lower the cost of producing meals and thus make the schools more resilient against market forces.