Qali Warma: Promueven concurso escolar sobre la anemia

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 La Municipalidad Provincial de Islay en coordinación con el Programa Nacional de Alimentación Escolar Qali Warma, realizarán el Primer Concurso “Vamos Al Colegio Sin Anemia” donde participan estudiantes de diversas instituciones educativas de la provincia de Islay, inscritas en dicho programa del Estado.

A través de este concurso se busca promover el uso de alimentos nutritivos y ricos en hierro con la finalidad de contribuir a la mejora del estado nutricional de niñas y niños de las instituciones educativas de nivel inicial y primaria.

Se premiará a las tres instituciones escolares ganadoras.

Dicho evento se realizará este martes a las 10 a.m. en el frontis de la Municipalidad Provincial de Islay.

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