Promoting Accountability in the Delivery of the Home Grown School Feeding Programme in Ogun State: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND WHAT COULD BE BETTER
“Promoting Accountability in the Delivery of the HGSFP in Ogun State: The Good, The Bad and What Could Be Better” report shows how community participation, advocacy and monitoring impact accountability and transparency, as well as, promotes collaboration between state actors and civil society organisations.
Ogun State Home Grown School Feeding Programme: Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
Information Guide on Ogun State Home Grown School Feeding Programme
The National Home Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP) is a government led N70 per day school feeding programme that aims to improve the health and educational outcomes of public primary school pupils. It uses farm produce locally grown by smallholder farmers to provide children nutritious mid-day meals on every school day. The programme links local farmers to the education sector by facilitating their access to the school feeding market.
Score Card from Analysis of HGSFP Monitoring – September – December 2018
Score Card from Analysis of HGSFP Monitoring May – June 2018
Report of Findings: Baseline Assessment of Home Grown School Feeding Programme in 4 Local Government Areas in Ogun State
Report of a baseline survey to assess the status of the school feeding programme across 60 schools in the four (4) LGAs that will be the focus of AHI activities.