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School Feeding Program Uninterrupted – GSFP Garbage Collection Claim

 


Ghana School Feeding Program (GSFP) leadership believes that the public primary school's feeding program, which provides daily meals to more than 3.4 million disadvantaged students, over misrepresented media reports by Adom FM and Adomonline accused of proposing a halt. indefinitely by the government. "No! The government has not stopped Ghana's school lunch program." 

 GSFP National Coordinator, Ms. According to Gertrud Kouashig, the report is false and misleading. And it tends to create fear and panic among beneficiary students, disadvantaged parents, and food service workers participating in the program. Mrs. Quashigah emphasized that the  Nana Addo Dancva Akufoaddo government has been dedicated to the implementation of  Ghana School Feed Program due to an important impact on basic level development. 

 ADOM FM and ADOMOnline reports, Albert TETTEH NYAKOTEY Congratulations on the bottom of  the Congress, Children and Social Protection, Cecilia Abena Dapaa, Cecilia Abena Dapaa When deploying food programs at any school. Her answer said: "Speaker expands the current program. We take action to purify all the debts of the rider and  to deliver services to all beneficiaries and riders as well as efficiently and efficiently. . Investing to install the management information system to improve the efficiency and efficiency of the system. We will tell you when we are ready to expand the program to deal with additional schools. "

 But according to Kwashih, the reporter reported that the reporter decides to twist the facts, and all the feeding programs of the school should be held by the government. National Coordinator gives Ghana and technology partners The government's integrity of the government's government's integrity for the school program. She has a government's mortal, apple, school researcher, development partner, millions million million units, millions of disciples and their general Ghana's public The false impression of the report reissued other media. 

 Mrs. Kouashiga said he had to sacrifice a lot of time  with his management team to talk to  the frantic catering business in District 261, who had been misinformed by mispublishing and  felt that work had been put on hold indefinitely. She urged parents, students, and food service workers to ignore publications and continue to trust governments and programs.

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