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A project that aims to serve meals to the neediest students in 36 schools in Addis Ababa has been launched. Beneficiaries include over 2,000 disabled, orphaned, HIV positive or socioeconomically disadvantaged children.
Speaking at the launching of the project, First Lady Roman Tesfaye said the project will make the teaching and learning process smoother. Serving meals in schools will help to reduce dropouts and improve active participation of students in classes.
She added that interventions from non-governmental organizations to alleviate poverty, to boost infrastructure development, health care services, access to education and agricultural productivity are welcomed.
The Office of the First Lady, Yenat Weg Charity, China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) and Lingshan Charitable Foundation are co-implementing the project.
CFPA Vice President Wang Xingzui said the project will serve the children for 220 school days twice a day.
The initial phase of the project is expected to take five years, with 30 million birr allocated for its implementation.