Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal program

By Annie Banerji and Anurag Kotoky
GANDAMAN, India/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The village school in India where 23 children died by poisoning last week had been providing lunch under a government-sponsored scheme without checks or monitoring by local officials to see if the food was stored…
Poor quality and bad management: India ignored warnings in free meal program

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