The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, disasters management and social development, Hajia Sadiyya Umar Faruk has reiterated the federal government’s commitment towards the sustainability of National home grown school feeding programme in line with president Muhammedu Buhari agenda to lift one million household out of poverty.
She stated this at the ongoing 4th annual review of the national home grown school feeding programme held in Abuja.
The Minister while highlighting the achievement of the programme explained that the national home grown school feeding programme under the federal government national social investment programme has the capability to promote inclusive, and equitable learning opprtunities , food security, as well as creating jobs which aimed at reducing hunger and poverty in the country.
Hajia Sadiyya Umar-Faruk said her ministry remains committed to provide necessary support and create the enabling environment for social protection and inclusion policies to grow.
In their seprete good will messages the special assistant to the president on NIPS, Dr. Nasir Mahmud and the permanent secretary in the ministry , Mr. Bashir Alkali expressed optimistic that the this yea review programme will go along way to develop humanitarian policies and provide effective Cordination of national and international humanitarian interventions in the country.