The breakfast programme for schoolchildren which stopped earlier this year due to lack of funds has resumed. The resumption was made possible by donors responding to an WFP appeal, reports AP. The programme costs about $9 million per year, or about $20 per child. Radio Australia reports that Bradley Busetto, acting country director of the World Food Program in Cambodia has said it will continue at least until early next year.
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