School Feeding Caterers calls on the government to pay them after 1 year of unpaid services. #FixTheCountry

School Feeding Caterers calls on the government to pay them after 1 year of unpaid services. #FixTheCountry

Caterers who benefited from the government’s school feeding scheme around the country are pleading with the government to allocate funds so they can compensate their debtors.


The Ghana School Feeding Program (GSFP) is a Pillar 3 project of the Comprehensive Africa Agricultural Development Programme (CAADP), which aims to improve food security and reduce hunger in accordance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on poverty, hunger, and primary education.

Other citizens whose facilities have not been compensated by the government enter the movement to voice their complaints in the middle of the #FixTheCountry campaign.

Through organizing a social media rally, Ghanaian youth started a movement of calling for good governance and transparency from the state.

The call was embraced by the country’s youth who refused to be blinded by their political allegiance, resulting in the #FixTheCountry trending globally.

As the youth scream, mothers who have served for the government and have not been paid in over a year now enter the call to hold the government accountable for his tolls.

These caterers use their own resources to ensure that the government’s agenda is carried out smoothly, despite the fact that those who would administer the funds have failed to meet their end of the deal.

School Feeding Caterers calls on the government to pay them after 1 year of unpaid services. #FixTheCountry
School Feeding Caterers calls on the government to pay them after 1 year of unpaid services. #FixTheCountry