Action - GNPR 2016-2017: School health and nutrition (q11) School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme and School Milk Scheme - School fruit and vegetable scheme - School age children (SAC)

Programme: GNPR 2016-2017: School health and nutrition (q11) School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme and School Milk Scheme

Programme description

These programmes and actions were reported by countries for the 2nd WHO Global Nutrition Policy Review 2016-2017 module on actions related to school health and nutrition programmes. Programme objectives: foster healthy diet and lifestyle habits; educate children and improve knowledge about healthy diet and lifestyle habits. Components of the school health and nutrition programme include: school fruit and vegetable scheme; school milk scheme. http://w2.minagric.gr/index.php/el/xrisimewplirofories-2/progr-koin-arog...

Programme type

References

WHO (2018) Global Nutrition Policy Review. Country progress in creating enabling policy environments for promoting healthy diets and nutrition

http://www.who.int/nutrition/publications/policies/global_nut_policyrevi...

The Global Nutrition Policy Review 2016–2017 is the report of the second comprehensive analysis of nutrition-related policy environment, coordination mechanisms, available capacities and actions being taken in 176 Member States (91%) and one area which responded to the survey carried out between July 2016 and December 2017.

Start date:

January
2012
Target group: 
School age children (SAC)
Delivery: 
Kindergarten/school
Implementation details : 

All children at the targeted schools are eligible to participate in the school fruit and vegetable scheme. The fruit and vegetable scheme is free for all children. Types of fruit and vegetable products provided: fresh fruit and vegetables, dried fruit, 100% fruit juices, tinned or otherwise prepared fruit in syrup, tinned or otherwise prepared fruit in water. Fruit and vegetables are procured domestically. Activities linked to the promotion of fruit and vegetable consumption include: nutrition education.

Coverage level (%): 
77% of primary schools in 2015

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