is successfully implementing a national school feeding program using locally produced foods. Ghana Kenya, Tanzania, and many other countries have abolished fees for primary schools resulting in dramatic increases in enrolment during the space of a few years. Uganda
- In 2006
Zambiacancelled fees for basic rural health services and introduced free medical care for mothers and children. Burundi
- With support from the Red Cross Red Crescent, WHO, UNICEF and the US Centers for Disease Control, African countries such as
Niger, Togoand have successfully launched national campaigns for measles vaccination and distribution of long-lasting insecticide-treated anti-malaria bed nets. Zambia
, hundreds of thousands of people in rural communities greatly improved their livelihoods and reduced their vulnerability to droughts through large-scale reforestation driven by national policy reforms. Niger is on track to achieving the water and sanitation goals through a national investment program financed with donor support. Senegal
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