Kape Kape: Indigenous schools in Amazonas have not received food since March

Kape Kape: Indigenous schools in Amazonas have not received food since March
Kape Kape: Indigenous schools in Amazonas have not received food since March

May 27, 2024 – 6:42 pm

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The National School Food Corporation (CNAE) is not supplying school food to four educational centers in La Reforma, an indigenous town in the state of Amazonas, according to complaints from teacher Martín Herrera.

Herrera stated that the CNAE has not delivered school food since March 1, 2024, which places indigenous students in a critical situation, since many of them depend on this distribution to feed themselves.

He explained that in La Reahora there are four educational institutions: two are the Initial Educational Center (CEIS), a basic school and a technical school.

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Likewise, he assured that there are 550 children who are victims of this non-compliance by CNAE, a state body whose responsibility is to supply food to schools throughout the country.

Given the lack of food in schools, children attend hungry because they do not have food at home, according to Herrera.

School food is, in most cases, the only option so that an indigenous child or student in this area can eat a relatively balanced meal.

With information from Radio Fe y Alegría.

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