Agreements with UNICEF and FAO to reinforce the school feeding program

Representatives of the Bolivarian Government, together with a delegation of the United Nations for Children (Unicef) and the United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture (FAO), signed agreements on cooperation, this Tuesday as part of efforts to strengthen school food safety and education in the country.
In that act participated Delcy Rodríguez, vice president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, who said that such agreements allow strengthening the School Feeding Program and consolidate the entry to early education, as well as ensuring the stay of students in the education system .
“These agreements are aimed at developing the productive processes of the 55 Technical Schools that exist in 9 states of Venezuela,” she emphasized. “In addition, we can provide adequate food for our children”.
Rodriguez recalled that “Commander Hugo Chávez, always talked to us about the permanent attention to children, to have a healthy nutrition for their integral education, and that is what we are doing”. The signing of the agreements was made at the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry, known as Casa Amarilla (Yellow House), located in the historic center of Caracas.