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Nutrition program benefits rural children in SW China’s Guizhou

Updated: Sep 7,2017 11:15 AM     Xinhua

Pan Chengyue, a 4-year-old girl of Miao ethnic group, takes free lunch at the Kaihuai Community No. 13 Kindergarten, which was newly built for children relocated from poverty-stricken areas, in Kaili city, Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture of Qiandongnan, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, Sept 6, 2017. Nutrition program has benefited preschool children in rural area of Kaili since spring this year, with free breakfast and lunch offered to children at rural kindergartens and kindergartens for children relocated from poverty-stricken areas. [Photo/Xinhua]

Twin girls Liu Yuting (R) and Liu Yuyao take free lunch at the No. 4 Primary School in Jianhe county of Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture of Qiandongnan, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, Sept 6, 2017. Free lunch project has improved diets of rural students in Guizhou since 2012. The nutritious lunches helped address malnutrition among students in remote and poor areas. [Photo/Xinhua]

Children take free lunch at the Kaihuai Community No. 13 Kindergarten, which was newly built for children relocated from poverty-stricken areas, in Kaili city, Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture of Qiandongnan, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, Sept 6, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

Yang Lingxi, a 6-year-old girl of Miao ethnic group, takes free lunch at the Central Kindergarten in Sankeshu township of Kaili city, Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture of Qiandongnan, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, Sept 6, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

Children prepare to take free lunch at the Kaihuai Community No. 13 Kindergarten, which was newly built for children relocated from poverty-stricken areas, in Kaili city, Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture of Qiandongnan, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, Sept 6, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

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