We have a range of feeding programs aimed at providing regular food for the incapable of working and children. Our feeding programs include:


Monthly Feeding Program

The Monthly Feeding Program provides food boxes on monthly basis for eligible cases and families after applying researches on cases to prove their entitlement of receiving it.

The Monthly Feeding Package Consists Number of families benefiting from Monthly Feeding Program

The Monthly Feeding Package Consists of

The quantity of the items provided varies according to the number of family members


The School Feeding Program

“How can a child go to school and study without sufficient nutritious food? Hunger can drive our children away from schools…”

Food for All Africa launched the school feeding program in 2016, establishing school feeding kitchens in the poorest and unreached primary schools in order to provide a daily hot nutritious meal to students throughout their school year. The School Feeding Program aims to provide nutritious meals to enhance the students’ health and encourage them to attend school and increase their ability to concentrate and comprehend in class. Our school feeding program covers schools that are currently not under Government of Ghana’s school feeding program.

School Feeding Kitchen is additionally an opportunity for the students’ mothers to develop their skills and obtain a job. Food for All provides cooking and nutrition sessions for the students’ mothers (theoretical & practical) and then chooses the best 5 cooks and hire them for monthly salaries as kitchen chefs in a school, and another two as a kitchen general supervisor and a purchasing supervisor over 20 different schools.

Our Main Objectives

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The School Feeding Program

Hunger is the underlying reason behind Ghana's high dropout rates from school.

In 2019, we served more than 300 hot nutritious meals daily in 3 school kitchens in 2 regions, and hired more than 10 mothers in the kitchen teams. We are currently preparing 8 kitchens in 8 regions to serve more than 2,000 meals daily.  The children's weak nutrition affects their overall health and results in their lack of focus in class, which in turn increases failure and dropout rates.

  • 24% of children deaths in Ghana are due to malnutrition.
  • 33% of children in Ghana  (age 6-18 yrs.) are stunted due to malnutrition. Stunting affects child’s ability to comprehend and concentrate during class. Stunted children are more likely to fail in education by 2% compared to nourished children.
  • Repetition rate in primary governmental schools reached 12%.

The School Feeding Program under the supervision of the Ghana School Feeding Program, provides nutritious hot meals for school students in the poorest uncovered territories, in order to reduce the parents’ burden of having to feed their child, while also providing their child with a healthy meal at school that will enable them to focus better in class. 

We also provides the children’s mothers with cooking jobs and training courses at these same schools. This not only gives the mothers a stable monthly salary, but also ensures that the quality of the food served will be at its best.

We developed the school feeding program to provide investment chances for Junior investors through financing, establishing and maintaining school feeding kitchens.