The Excel-based costing tool was developed to assist provinces, cities, and municipalities in identifying, cost-estimating, and prioritizing nutrition programs, projects, and activities based on the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition (PPAN) 2017-2022. It is also useful in estimating the budgetary requirements of a three-year local nutrition action plan.
An editable file that outlines suggested provisions in formulating a comprehensive ordinance to support the implementation, coordination, resourcing, and monitoring of the nutrition program at the local level. The template is in document format to enable its users to customize or edit the suggested ordinance provisions according to local needs and context.
The Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition (PPAN) 2017-2022 is the country’s response to malnutrition. An integral component and as a companion plan of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022, PPAN provides the framework for improving the nutritional status of Filipinos.
Guidelines on the Integration of Specific Programs, Projects, and Activities (PPAS) from the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition (PPAN) 2017-2022 to the Local Development Plans, Investment Programs, and Budget of the Local Government Units. This Joint Memorandum Circular of DILG and DOH is the latest set of guidelines issued by concerned national government agencies […]
These rules prescribe the manner, procedure, and guidelines for the implementation of RA 11148 to facilitate compliance and achieve its objectives.
This law mandates local government units to scale up nutrition interventions for the first 1,000 days of a child’s life (i.e., conception to two years old).
This order shall cover all LGUs, departments, agencies, and instrumentalities of the executive branch whose functions are in line with the devolved functions of the LGUs under Section 17 of RA No. 7160 and other existing laws which subsequently devolved functions of the NG to LGUs.
This manual intended to improve knowledge and skills of frontline service providers on anthropometric measurement/ assessment for pregnant women and under-2 children; delivery of maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition services; inter-sectoral referral in nutrition.
While nutrition programs abound, a lack of cohesive planning and implementation has prevented a more rapid elimination of malnutrition among Filipino children. See how Zuellig Family Foundation’s pilot nutrition program, in partnership with Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Foundation, accelerated the decline in stunting and wasting in a rural town. The program helped health and nutrition leaders […]