Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab and nine ministers on Monday inspected a food school program that is supported by the World Food Program and serves schools located in remote areas in Assiut.
More than 120,000 students are benefiting from the program in the Upper Egyptian governorate.
In Assiut, Mahlab and the ministers also inspected Sokara school, one of schools which are being supported by the WFP.
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