Program Summary. Program Justification Angola is recovering after 27 years of civil war. Of 12 million plus Angolans, 70% live below the poverty line. Health figures reveal that 31% of children under 5 are underweight and 45% of under 5 are stunted.
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Government of Angola’s Commitment
All schools must meet basic requirements to qualify for the project. After JAM’s assessment, the Head of School works together with the PTA to ensure, for example, that there is a kitchen and storeroom; adequate water for food preparation; and people to make the food each day.
Some PTAs have organized the parents to deliver water from a nearby pump. At one school, the parents give their child water to take to school. One school has worked with three local churches to ensure a rota for people to make the food. Some PTAs have raised funds to pay for kitchen staff.
Lourenco Tchimungu (right), Head of the PTA in Atiopo where a new school is being built.
Meeting of more than 65 Heads of Schools in Chongoroi District run by JAM and the Ministry of Education for a refresher training on CSB storage, reporting and quality control.
2011 activities include: