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Developing countries are studying health measures used in Japanese schools, such as regular body measurements, lunch distribution and the use of school infirmaries, to promote the health of their own schoolchildren.

Every year, the Chubu International Center of Japan International Cooperation Agency arranges visits by foreign delegates to examine Japan’s elementary schools.

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