government officials and representatives of Food for Education Program run by Mercy Corps on September 8.
What does FFE stand for?
FFE stands for Food for Education
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- Finish Floor Elevation
- Fire Fighting Ensemble (US Navy)
- Fire Fighting Equipment
- Fire For Effect
- First Floor Elevation (flood analysis)
- Fixtures, Furnishings and Equipment
- Flame Field Expedients
- Flat File Extractor
- Flexible Fiberoptic Endoscopy
- Fondation Friedrich Ebert (French: Friedrich Ebert Foundation)
- Ford Focus Electric (auto)
- Forge Fast Expand (StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty; video game)
- Forty Foot Echo (band)
- Forty Foot Equivalent
- Fossil Fuel Equivalent (energy measurement)
- Foundation for Education (various organizations)
- Foundation for Evangelism
- Foundation For Excellence (Santa Clara, CA)
- Fox Filmed Entertainment (News Corporation)
- Free Flow Electrophoresis
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Food for Education program, whose main goal is to decrease absenteeism from school, operates by supplying students with healthy snacks that fulfill a quarter of their daily nutritional needs.
But then the funding cuts came, and this food for education program went by the wayside.
GAO-02-328 February 28, 2002 At the Group of Eight industrialized countries' summit in July 2000, President Clinton proposed a Global Food for Education Initiative (GFEI) whereby developed countries would provide school breakfasts or lunches to needy children in poor countries.
In a Global Food for Education (GFE) agreement with International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), another private voluntary organization, the United States will donate roughly 11,880 tons (10,800 metric tons) of hard red winter wheat for monetization in Georgia.
The donation is part of President Clinton's Global Food for Education Initiative that is being implemented in 38 countries, with US$300 million in grants to promote better nutrition and school enrollment for needy children in developing countries.