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CP Foods's "Chicken and Egg Raising Project" helps to build food security in Thailand

22 July 2021 | News

Chicken Raising Project for Student Lunch" under the support of CPF and Charoen Pokphand Foundation for Rural Life Development Help build food security for schools and communities.

Image Source: cpfworldwide

Image Source: cpfworldwide

CPF helps to take care of the children of the "Royal Thai Police School" through the Covid crisis and has a stockpile of supplies from the "Chicken and Egg Raising Project" to fill their stomachs.

The spread of the COVID-19 virus has made it more difficult to be disciplined in daily life. Pay attention to cleanliness, safety, even eating. The impact of teaching and learning styles is shifting to online systems. due to the fact that the school cannot open for teaching normally 

Border Patrol Police School or the Royal Thai Police School, which is in a remote area Most of the students were poor. Especially during the Covid-19 crisis, many younger people do not have the opportunity to study online. because there is no mobile phone at home It is the duty of the teacher who have to bring the worksheet to send to the children at home In order to review lessons continuously without interruption, at the same time, teachers have to take care of the well-being of the children. including the children's families

Egg production from "Chicken Raising Project for Student Lunch" from the Royal Thai Police School participating in the project It is an important meal for the children each day. This year, the Laying Hens for Student Lunch Project, organized by Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) and the Charoen Pokphand Rural Life Development Foundation. work together to promote children and youth access to quality protein and good nutrition It has been in operation for the 32nd year. There are 880 schools participating in the project across the country. and part of the school The Royal Thai Police who participated

Pol.Major Ying Samruay Inunchot, teacher and assistant teacher of the Agriculture for Lunch Project Responsible for livestock activities Raising chickens and eggs at the Royal Thai Police School, Ban Khao Saraphi, Thap Phrik Subdistrict, Aranyaprathet District, Province Sa Kaeo said that the school has 74 Thai and Cambodian students who have joined the egg-laying chicken project for the 24th year. Children usually eat eggs for lunch. But during COVID-19, the kids didn't come to school. We are concerned about hygiene. The principal then assigned it to the class teacher. Bring eggs to distribute to students at home. to be able to consume 15 eggs per person every week including agricultural products in the Agriculture for Lunch Program both vegetables and fish that the teacher brought to the parents to make the children eat healthy food because most of the children are poor live with grandparents Parents have to go to work in other provinces. food to bring to students Thus helping to alleviate the burden of expenses. In addition, the school also allows villagers in the neighborhood near the school to collect vegetables. Divide the seeds of school vegetables to plant at home. or during the retirement of every hen Parents will ask to buy 5 to 10 hens per house per house, resulting in chicken eggs to be consumed every day. Another egg production then sent to the cooperative to sell to the community at an affordable price, 30 bubbles per panel, 85 baht 

 

The border school on the border of Laos Ban Huai Pao Border Patrol School, Pak Chom Subdistrict, Pak Chom District, Loei Province. Pol.Maj. Phuwanat Saenkhamuan, a teacher in charge of the project, said that during the 10 years that he participated in the egg laying project, Children learn how to raise laying hens that can be used as a basic occupation. Many families buy retired chickens to raise. have consumed chicken eggs reduce expenses at home During the coronavirus outbreak, 142 students were absent from school. but still consumes chicken eggs continuously Because every week, teachers will cook together from chicken eggs, duck eggs, catfish, and vegetables to give to students. Along with five eggs each to take care of the health of the children. Meanwhile, the school has also become a food source for the community. There are eggs available for sale at an affordable price. help reduce expenses Call it community welfare during the covids.

 

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