FFP Nepal–A View from Parents and Teachers

“After Food for People came to the village of Tasarpu, the children began to eat good, delicious food containing rice, daal (cereals) and vegetables. Because of this, they are regular in attendance and on time to school. In addition to the positive changes in the children studying in the school, the elderly people who go to eat in the FFP are also happy, healthy, neat and clean.” Binita Lama Tamang, Adarsha Secondary School Teacher

Making Progress in Nepal (Part 2)

“Before the start of the Food for People program by the Foundation, our school was running only up to grade seven and the enrollment and attendance were low. After FFP started serving meals daily, not only did the student attendance become more regular and the number of students increase, but also the parents, guardians and students realized the importance of education.” Comments by the Headmaster of Shri Adarsha Secondary School.