There is no better investment in a child's (or nation's) future than education. But in too many places around the world, parents feel a tension between their desire to see their kids get an education and their need to add workers to the family economy in order to make enough to eat. School or food?
Enter school feeding, a wildly successful model from the World Food Programme. With school feeding, food aid is distributed through schools, raising attendence (especially for girls) and combatting malnutrition among those most vulnerable to its lasting effects. Good work.