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The soy dairy company Winnua, in partnership with Emose, is helping keep over 600 children in the classrooms of the 25 de Junho Ceta Primary School in Mocuba district, while simultaneously combating malnutrition.
The Winnua company, spearheaded by Father Filipe Couto, produces over 2,000 litres of soy milk a month. Emose contributes to the cost of production, and the milk is distributed to the students.
Father Filipe Couto and the Emose PCA enumerate the advantages of the initiative which, in addition to keeping children in school, nourishes them with milk.
The Emose PCA has also announced that his company will support the refurbishment of a block of five classrooms at the Mocuba school.
By Jorge MarcosSource: O País
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