The costs and cost-efficiency of providing food through schools in areas of high food insecurity.

@article{Gelli2009TheCA,
  title={The costs and cost-efficiency of providing food through schools in areas of high food insecurity.},
  author={Aulo Gelli and Najeeb Al-Shaiba and Francisco Jos{\'e} Jim{\'e}nez Espejo},
  journal={Food and nutrition bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={
          68-76
        }
}
BACKGROUND The provision of food in and through schools has been used to support the education, health, and nutrition of school-aged children. The monitoring of financial inputs into school health and nutrition programs is critical for a number of reasons, including accountability, transparency, and equity. Furthermore, there is a gap in the evidence on the costs, cost-efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of providing food through schools, particularly in areas of high food insecurity… CONTINUE READING

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