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In Amur Region, funding for school meals will increase

In Amur Region, funding for school meals will increase
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By the new school year, the amount of budgetary funds for free meals in schools will increase in the Amur Region. The regional Ministry of Education and Science has applied for federal co-financing.

According to the regional Ministry of Education, additional money will improve the quality of food for primary school students, diversify their diet.

On behalf of Vladimir Putin, primary school pupils in the regions should be provided with hot meals. Educational institutions that are technically ready for this must start working from September 1, 2020, the rest - no later than September 1, 2023. In the Amur Region, this problem has already been solved - since October 1 of last year, hot meals have been provided in all schools in the region.

To improve the process, in the Amur region, monitoring of the organization of free school meals was carried out. According to its results, it became clear that the main problems are the lack of qualified cooks, the lack of a ten-day menu agreed with Rospotrebnadzor, the deterioration of the equipment of catering units and the lack of municipal programs for their modernization.

More than 120 million rubles are needed to update the material and technical base of all general educational organizations in the Amur Region. The regional Ministry of Education and Science proposed to co-finance the update from the regional budget. They plan to do this through a competitive selection of the best municipal programs to improve school meals.

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