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This Kenyan nutritionist is keeping schoolkids fed -- even during lockdown
by Milly Chan, CNN
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25 April 2020
On 25 April 2020 CNN reported:
The coronavirus crisis has forced schools in Kenya to close, but Wawira Njiru believes this is no reason for children to go hungry. In 2012, the 29-year-old nutritionist founded non-profit Food for Education in her hometown, Ruiru, on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. Her mission is to provide cheap and nourishing lunches to primary school children from poor families. Since schools closed a month ago, Njiru says she has been feeding more mouths than ever.
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