One of the ways the state has set itself to cope with food insecurity among students is to provide a hot meal for every child in the educational system. This would ensure, that about two million children receive a hot and nutritious meal, once a day, equally. It turns out, however, that 15 years after the law was passed, it is implemented only partially and not for all children. In addition, an important component of the law, designed to create jobs in the community by establishing community kitchens that will provide the meals, was not implemented at all - what are the challenges still facing the implementation of the law?
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