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HGSFHorace Greeley Scholarship Fund (est. 1946; New York)
HGSFHome Grown School Feeding (locally produced school food supply)
HGSFHepatocyte Growth Stimulating Factor
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It is important that more local resources are invested in developing Home Grown School Feeding, to build self-reliance and long term resilience.
Uwais, who noted that NSIP's mandate covered N-power, National Home Grown School Feeding (NHGSFP), Government Enterprise and Empowerment (GEEP) and the National Cash Transfer Programme (NCTP), recalled that the first payments were made in December 2016, signaling the commencement of the actual implementation of 'what must be the most ambitious social protection programme conceived and being implemented for the country.
In 2013, some 30,700 children in 30 schools in Ethiopia, started being covered by the Dubai Cares Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) pilot programme at a cost of Dh14.
7 million over three years to support a Home Grown School Feeding programme in Ethiopian schools.
A delegation from UAE-based philanthropic organisation Dubai Cares recently concluded a series of field visits in Ghana to monitor and evaluate its four-year home grown school feeding (HGSF) programme launched in 2012.
Dubai Cares, fouA[degrees]nded by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, yesterday launched the four-year Home Grown School Feeding project in the West African country.
5 million school children will enjoy a free meal from the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP).
The participants were able to observe how WFP Cambodia implements Home Grown School Feeding Programme (HGSF) in which local farmers and suppliers sell their produce to nearby schools.
Dubai: Curaze Nukroo, a struggling farmer in rural Ethiopia, hopes the Dubai Cares Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) programme will be a chance for his six children to escape grinding poverty.
Dubai Cares, the UAE-based philanthropic organization, launched a four-year Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) programme in Ghana, which will benefit 320,000 primary school children and 80,000 rural households.
Gbenga Olajide expressed concern that the list of beneficiaries he already has would not be altered from Abuja when the final list arrives, he said: ' My ministry has been coordinating the N-Power, and other social safety net programmes, such as Home Grown School Feeding, and Cash Transfer among others.
This project was conceived to promote home grown school feeding program in Janack Lower Basic School through Climate Smart Sustainable Agriculture.