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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A girl eats lunch at Tbaeng school of rice and vegetable soup. The cooks arrive at school early in the morning to prepare meals for 300 students.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Girls eats lunch at Tbaeng school of rice and vegetable soup. The cooks arrive at school early in the morning to prepare meals for 300 students.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A girl eats lunch at Tbaeng school of rice and vegetable soup. The cooks arrive at school early in the morning to prepare meals for 300 students.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A girl eats lunch at Tbaeng school of rice and vegetable soup. The cooks arrive at school early in the morning to prepare meals for 300 students.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A girl eats lunch at Tbaeng school of rice and vegetable soup. The menu at her school is changed every day so that students have dietary diversity and a range of healthy foods.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A community volunteer at Tbaeng school gives students their lunch.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Girls play together at Tbaeng school after eating their lunch.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A student plays after eating her school lunch. With a full stomach, she has more energy to play and learn.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A student plays after eating her school lunch. With a full stomach, she has more energy to play and learn.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Choun Somarany is in grade 1 and is a recipient of the school meals programme. Her favourite subject is mathematics and wants to do housework when she grows up.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students after eating their lunch and waiting to return home at Sroyong school.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A full stomach and an empty bowl after lunch at Sroyong school.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A girl enjoys her lunch at Sroyong school. All of the ingredients are provided by USDA.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students at Sroyong school use WFP rice bags as an impromptu rug to eat lunch on.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A boy eats lunch at Sroyong school in front of the school’s vegetable garden. The vegetables that are grown here will be used as part of the school meals programme.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Two girls enjoy their lunch together at Sroyong school.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A student at Sroyong school enjoys her lunch. Schools are provided the same set of ingredients each day, but the cook works hard to ensure she makes different recipes to keep the children interested in the food.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students prepare to eat at Sroyong school. This programme is supported by the McGovern Doll Foundation and USDA.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students wait for their lunch at Sroyong school – rice and tuna with a vegetable soup.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students receive their school lunch at Sroyong school after their classes have finished for the morning.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Students at Sroyong school line-up to collect their lunch from their teacher. The school cook (holding a child in the background) looks on.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Preah Vihear province. 11 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: When students at Sroyong school, Preah Vihear province, hear a bell, they grab their bowl and spoon and run to eat lunch, prepared by their school cook.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Stung Sen, Kompung Thom province. 9 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Mok Phorn and her 4 children who currently received school meals.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Stung Sen, Kompung Thom province. 9 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: Mok Phorn has 4 children at Stung Saen Monorom school and she is grateful that WFP provides a healthy meal for her children each day. She says that it has really helped her family and reduced their expenses.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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Cambodia, Stung Sen, Kompung Thom province. 9 December 2017.  The Kingdom of Cambodia in Southeast Asia saw the effects of brutal conflict and civil unrest which afflicted the country from 1975 to 1991. This caused the deaths of up to three million people and paused economic development. When it was over, the country had to start from scratch.  Primary school completion and secondary school enrolment rates in the country are low. To support universal access to education, WFP has been providing nutritious school meals to Cambodian pre- and primary school children in rural and food- insecure communities since 2008. We also run programmes offering take-home cash or rice in exchange for at least 80 percent school attendance. To help diversify diets and educate future generations about nutrition, we are establishing school gardens and shifting to Home Grown School Feeding, which allows local smallholder farmers to sell their produce to nearby schools.  In the Photo: A group of parents discuss the home grown school meals programme at Stung Saen Monorom school. The parents and teachers are supportive of the programme, as it reduces their financial burdens at home.  Photo: WFP/Jessica Lawson
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