Hacking Hunger – Episode 32: The Magic of a Meal: How School Feeding Transforms

Published March 21, 2019

Homegrown school feeding is not only transforming the lives of students, but entire communities. We sat down with Carmen Burbano de Lara, World Food Programme (WFP) director of school feeding, and Amy Blauman, who manages WFP’s homegrown school feeding program in Rwanda, to learn more.


Guest Bios

Carmen Burbano de Lara (left) is the director of school feeding for WFP. She is based in WFP headquarters in Rome.

Amy Blauman (right) is the program policy officer and WFP in Rwanda. She manages the the country’s homegrown school meals program.

To learn more about WFP Rwanda’s homegrown school feeding program, watch the video they produced, which was referenced in the podcast.