The demand for free lunches is increasing in the region, also due to the economic crisis

The demand for free lunches is increasing in the region, also due to the economic crisis
The demand for free lunches is increasing in the region, also due to the economic crisis

Even because of the economic crisis, I still eat a lot. We will close the lists at the end of z. In particular, there will be a slight increase. Now it’s around 100, we know it and we’ve made additions, said the editor of Zazen Kolnho restaurant Opava Dalibor Zeman.

The organization brings together all the canteens in Opavka. Projects for the support of canteens for children at risk of poverty will use five to six percent of the fees for the long term.

According to the children, there are not many other sprouts either, they are removed from the wheels, they are replaced by dal.

We have been with the project since the very beginning and have very good experience with it. It was taught by about twenty children and it is quite a table. Hana Petrov, the editor of Ostravask Z Porubsk, described the families who have this opportunity.

Otherwise, the children would not have lunch at noon

data on support provided to children from families in material need, the recipient must be at work. Then I will arrange a list of children in the circle, they have a year to eat. Each month, the dining hall shows the number of lunches, and parents must report absences, otherwise they will lose free lunches.

What the children eat in the dining room, they wouldn’t otherwise have at noon. We develop healthy eating habits in them, and thanks to the appreciation of their colleagues, they become more involved in the team and this strengthens their social ties, commented Deputy Governor Jan Krkoka.

For the first school year, the region has approved 21.4 million crowns, which will cover meals for 3,117 children. Both children in need in the region have resources at the age of six. So far, a total of 37.5 million crowns have been paid out for all the years realized, said Nikola Birklenov, the spokesman of the governorship.

Even the covid in the past years did not affect the food. There were a lot of trees that were released due to the wind perpendicular to the mine, but the number of people who received support did not decrease.

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On the contrary, the number of involved cycling organizations in the region is growing. A year ago, it went from 108 to 114, and you are the one to go. In the last fiscal year, 114 bicycle clubs were involved, in the new fiscal year their number increased to 126, said Jakub Augusta from the media communications department of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.

The Moravian-Silesian region is the most supported region, and the number of children in material need is above average.

Last year, the number of children confirmed to work for those involved in the project in the Moravian-Silesian region represented 27 percent of the group’s total, i.e. children between the ages of 3 and 15 in material need. The region thus beat the national average, which is 23 percent. For the new school year, it is not possible to make plans, because the confirmation date has not been completed, concluded Augusta.

parishioners in the region can also take advantage of the project for the general benefit of the Women for Women Obdy pro dti society, where pensions come from the support of private women and the ministry of parishes. Here, too, northern Moravia and Silesia stand in the lead, last year they supported the project in two thousand dt. Last year, according to the company’s schedule, it will go in November.

Let’s embrace the new school year. many families will have to pay drastic arrears on their debts in the second half of the year. Children whose parents will not be able to pay for school lunches will therefore increase dramatically in the fall, said Ivana Tyka, editor and founder of Women for Women.

The article is in Czech

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