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Report to the United States Congress

February 2003

The Global Food for
Education Pilot Program
A Review of Project Implementation and Impact

U.S. Department of Agriculture
Foreign Agricultural Service

With

Food and Nutrition Service
National Agricultural Statistics Service


Executive Summary (HTML; PDF)

Introduction (HTML; PDF)
Country Reports (HTML; PDF)
Summary Tables (HTML; PDF)

Appendices (HTML; PDF)
List of Abbreviations (HTML; PDF)
Terms of Reference (HTML; PDF)

Full report (PDF only; 3 mb)


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Index

Executive
Summary

Introduction

Country
Reports

Summary
Tables

Appendices

Abbreviations

Reference
Terms

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