China’s rural students to improve the nutritional benefits of more than 33 million 600 thousand of t-sexinse

China’s rural students nutrition improvement plan for the benefit of the number of super 33 million 600 thousand – social – people.com.cn original title: China’s rural students nutrition improvement plan for the benefit of the number of over 33 million 600 thousand 30 reporters learned from the Ministry of education, rural compulsory education to improve student nutrition plan for 5 years, the central government has accumulated 159 billion 100 million yuan of funds arrangements, 29 provinces 137 thousand schools in the implementation of this plan, the pilot areas to implement the school cafeteria meals ratio reached 74%, more than 33 million 600 thousand students benefit. In 2011 15, the Ministry of education in conjunction with the Ministry of finance to start the implementation of rural compulsory education to improve student nutrition plan, 5 years, 699 countries in poor areas contiguous counties (including 19 farms), 805 rural local pilot county compulsory education offers students 4 yuan per student per day (800 yuan) of the nutritional supplement and nutritious meals. This means that every day there are more than 12 of compulsory education schools to provide nutritious meals for students, nearly 14 of students in compulsory education can eat nutritious meals. Monitoring data from Chinese disease prevention and control center display, through the implementation of the "student nutrition improvement program, the pilot areas students of average height and weight increased significantly, higher than the national average growth rate of rural students. 2015, the average height of men and women of all ages than 1.2~1.4 cm in 2012, the average weight of more than 0.7 kg and 0.8 kg. Chinese CDRF children center director Du Zhixin also said that the science of nutrition should be strengthened, at present, the pilot school students lack of calcium, sodium exceed the standard is very common. Only a small number of schools to provide students with milk, about 10% of the average school meal intake of sodium is more than 3 times the national recommended amount. (reporter Chen Peng) (MA may commissioning editor (Intern), Zhang Yu)相关的主题文章: