Day Snacks for Community School Children in Nepal - A Review

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Mayanath Ghimire
A. K. Mishra
Jaishree Bolar
Aithal P. S.


Purpose: To access the current snacking habits of community schoolchildren and the sustainable, affordable, and impactful impact of snacks on dietary habits and health status.

Design/Methodology/Approach: This research adopted the process of scientific review to collect information on schoolchildren's day snacks of Community School. It is analyzed using extended ABCD method by adding Enforcement E as ABCDE method.

Findings/Result: The School Day Snacks aid in the attachment of children to school, enrolment, and regular attendance. Many parents want to send their children to school without daytime snacks. It is seeing hunger as an opportunity to access education for deserving children.

Mid-day meals are problems in central hills and perhaps elsewhere to provide schoolchildren with nutrition as well. Similarly, to raise nutrition awareness and the availability of nutrient-rich foods for children. Added fruits and vegetables for health development, growth, and detection of disease for children.

Junk food consumption among adolescent students is remarkably high in both public and private schools. According to the Day Snacks Management Guidelines 2020, each kid should consume 150–200 grams of cereals, gedagudi (peas, grains, pulses, etc.), green vegetables, and fruits. Also needed were 50–60 grams of animal-related protein foods. It is said in Nepal that ‘’Harek bar Khana char’’ (every four different types of foods like rice, vegetables, animal-related foods, and pulses) must.

Originality/Value: This review-based policy research is significant for documenting the policy of day snacks programme implementation and assessing the improvements requirements.

Paper Type: Review of Literature.

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Mayanath Ghimire, A. K. Mishra, Jaishree Bolar, & Aithal P. S. (2024). Day Snacks for Community School Children in Nepal - A Review . International Journal of Case Studies in Business, IT and Education (IJCSBE), 8(2), 1–12.

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