Africa’s Future Lies In The Hands Of Its Children

School Feeding Schemes

Africa’s future lies in the hands of it’s children, but they are at risk due to poor nutrition. Without balanced and sufficient nutrition children can become stunted and their learning ability and outcomes are negatively affected.

Stunting is permanent. In Africa up to 47% of children are affected by this. When children are hungry they have problems concentrating in class, have high absenteeism rates, fall ill and experience behavioural issues in class. This seriously reduces their academic performance.

At Power Supply we are adamant about addressing these issues and work with a number of feeding schemes to promote health and a balanced nutritional diet for students. One such feeding scheme is currently feeding 6000 learners, and the results have been amazing.

We have seen increased levels of concentration, attendance and their academic performance has improved by more than 15%.

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Our Feeding Scheme Success Stories

Food supplements and their benefits for different sectors in South Africa

By | July 25th, 2019|Categories: Feeding Schemes, Fortified Food, Mine worker Feeding Schemes, Mine Workers, Vitamins|

A balanced diet that contains all the necessary micro- and macronutrients is essential for a healthy body and mind and to adequately perform daily functions, such as at work or in school. Not only does [...]

Ten reasons to feed your staff

By | May 31st, 2019|Categories: Feeding Schemes, Fortified Food, Staff Health|

Advanced nutrition supports brain function and energy levels which promotes safety at the workplace – particularly on mines (and jobs with high safety risks) where safety is a priority concern. The International Labour Organisation recently [...]

Ideal nutrition for mineworkers

By | May 10th, 2019|Categories: Feeding Schemes, Fortified Food, Mine worker Feeding Schemes, Mine Workers|

The mining industry forms an integral part of the South African economy; with an estimated worth of R20.3 trillion. In 2017, mining contributed 8% to the country’s gross domestic product. Needless to say, that makes [...]