A cafeteria in good condition providing a nutritious diet is essential in schools. Four teachers, in separate meetings, told us that the number one challenge they face is hunger. "The children are too hungry to concentrate". "Some children faint during class." This Cafeteria will provide a space where 150 children living in poverty will be fed and will improve their learning, knowledge and health.
This Cafeteria will provide a space where 150 children between 4 and 6 years of age living in poverty will be fed and will improve their learning, knowledge and health. Preventing them from being hungry and from fainting during class. We built a cafeteria, complete with stove, refrigerators, cooking utensils, pots, pans, tables chairs and everything needed to run a cafeteria and the state delivers the supplies to prepare the food and trained volunteer cooks.
Building a cafeteria that will fed a population of 150 children living in poverty and even in those conditions attends school will bring as a long-term benefit a student with high academic performance and a healthy life and not only benefit the child, but also the teachers, directors, parents, relatives and the community in general, since they will be children with better knowledge and healthy, avoiding parents health problems that would worsen their economy and will improve a society levels
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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