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Message

The inception of the Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan, as an offshoot of the Philippine Plan of
Action for Nutrition, has unprecedentedly brought to life not just a promising goal but a commitment to
embattle hunger and malnutrition. This health-component paradigm has put in to proper perspective,
plans and direction towards a more healthy community as a whole.

Nutritional and other health problems are two parallel concepts related to poverty and hunger. These
and among others, are considered truly detrimental to the developmental goals of the city as it reaches
progress at its peak.

The transformational leadership which I humbly instituted plus the integration of monumental projects
and life changing legacies will serve as our foundation to counter hunger and malnutrition. We cannot
pursue to serve our constituents efficiently without a periodic plan that will guide our service providers
in identifying parameters that need to be addressed and eventually come up with sound and responsive
programs related to health and nutrition.

The direction we will take is laid to be crossed and the path is clear. Reduction of disparities related
to nutrition through increased investments, effecting interventions that could significantly impact
malnutrition. It is also our mission to strengthen our city’s food-based approaches to counter hunger
and raise the bar to promote healthy lifestyle package. Most importantly, maximize development of a
healthy community thru linkages with various sectors including non-government organization partners
who have the heart to attain the same.

To the proponents of the Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan, accept my congratulations for setting
the blueprint of a healthy city that will rigorously embattle hunger and malnutrition as deterrence to
progress and sustainable development.

Mabuhay po tayong lahat

BENJAMIN C. ABALOS, JR.


City Mayor

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Message

The role of all City Nutrition Action Officers across various localities is undoubtedly valuable in the
execution of all developmental plans initiated by local chief executives. The partnership in eradicating
hunger and malnutrition is equally noble, making it like a legacy for the younger generation.

The Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition has served as our guiding bible in crafting programs and
projects intended for the promotion of nutrition and healthy lifestyle in various Barangays. Being one
of the exponents, the experience is truly enriching while serving minimal cases of malnutrition trends
and at the same time, devising means to counter hunger as mission to deal with.

As the city promulgates enabling laws to support our goals, the City Nutrition Committee sets the
groundwork in ensuring efforts on nutrition improvement, complemented by developmental framework
focused on the needy constituents in the depressed areas. The same steering committee that formulates
food and nutrition policies, strategies, programs and projects for nutrition improvement are anchored
on the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition.

Being a mother, I am destined to raise a healthy family. The same mission I have set to extend for all the
mothers and children in the city. I also take into account, the untiring and unfaltering expertise of all
Barangay nutrition scholars, health workers, medical and health service providers including the hands-
on nutritionists and dietitians in the formulation of strategies in order to attain a healthy community.

I salute the men and women behind the pursuance of the City Nutrition Action Plan for 2015. Indeed,
this will put our thrust in service for our constituents towards a healthy community.

CARMELITA A. ABALOS
City Nutrition Action Officer

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Table of Contents
Messages
• Mayor Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
• City Nutrition Action Officer Carmelita A. Abalos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii

The City Nutrition Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Part I: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Mandaluyong the Tiger City

Part II: Health and Nutrition Situation . . . . . . . . . 30

Part III: Goals and Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86

Part IV: Work Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91


Tabular Presentation

Part V: Monitoring and Evaluation Scheme . . . . . . 148

Part VI: Budgetary Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The City Nutrition
Committee
The City Nutrition Committee
A multi-sectoral committee whose function is to ensure that efforts of nutrition improvement
are complemented by development efforts and that these are focused to the most nutritionally
needy constituents in depressed areas. The committee is also tasked among others, to assist
in the:

• Formulation of the food and nutrition policies, strategies, programs and projects
for nutrition improvement which are anchored on the Philippine Plan of Action for
Nutrition (PPAN).

• Coordination in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the


integrated local food and nutrition program.

• Coordination between and among local government officials and concerned agencies,
public and private, for resource generation and other assistance as the need arises.

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THE CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE
The City Nutrition Committee 2015
Commitment Page

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THE CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE
The City Nutrition Committee 2016
Commitment Page

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THE CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE
The City Nutrition Committee 2016
Commitment Page

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THE CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE
The Mandaluyong City Nutrition Committee
Organizational Chart

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THE CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE
7
A Humble Begining
There are different stories on the origin of the District of Paco, Province of Tondo. Named San
ancient name “Mandaluyong”. One tells of the Felipe Neri by the Spaniards in honor of the Patron
early days when the place abound with a kind of Saint of Rome, it was separated civilly from Sta.
tree called luyong from which beautiful canes and Ana de Sapa in 1841.
home furniture were made. Another claimed that During the American regime in 1900’s, San
the Spaniards named the place Mandaluyong Felipe Neri was raised to a first class municipality
based on the report of what a navigator named with five (5) barrios, namely: Poblacion, Barangka,
Acapulco saw that the rolling hills were frequently
lashed at by daluyong (“big waves from the sea”).
This seems to give credence to traditional stories
before the coming of the Spaniards that giant
waves from the sea lashed at the adjoining hills of
the vast lowland, referred to as “Salpukan ng Alon”.
Father Felix dela Huerta, a Franciscan Historian,
observed that the rolling topography of this land
resembled giant waves of the sea. Hence, natives
replying to the question of strangers as to what the
place was called, used to answer Madaluyong, later
hispanized by Spanish writers into Mandaluyong by
affixing the consonant “n” to the first syllable.
Reproduction photo which shows ancient terrain or topography
Romantic residents, however, peddled the of Mandaluyong.
story of a Maharlika named Luyong who fell in love
with Manda, the lovely daughter of a barangay Hagdang Bato, Namayan and Hulo. Under
chieftain. The chieftain had no personal liking for Presidential Act No. 942, it was consolidated with
Luyong and forbade his daughter’s marriage to him. the municipality of San Juan del Monte and became
Luyong overcame the objection of Manda’s father the seat of government. For several months in
by winning a series of tribal contests which was 1904, San Felipe Neri became the capital of the
province of Rizal.
During World War II, Mandaluyong lost many
of her people, among them were Catholic priests
and civilians. Destruction was felt all over, but
with the timely arrival of the American Liberation
Forces on February 9, 1945, the municipality was
saved from further damages. That day became
a red calendar day for Mandaluyong marking its
liberation from the Japanese Imperial forces by the
Americans.
In the 60’s, Mandaluyong became a
component municipality of Metropolitan Manila.
Together with other component cities and
municipalities, it has undergone significant physical
and economic transformation. From a forestal
town to a progressive municipality, Mandaluyong
is now a highly urbanized city known to host most
of the country’s best companies and corporations,
shopping malls and hotels which are certainly
world class in status.
Mandaluyong and the municipality of San
Juan used to be represented in congress by a
single Congressman. As it entered cityhood in
1994, Mandaluyong became a lone district with its
own Representative in Congress.
Manda and Luyong preparing to plunge into the ranging Mandaluyong at the turn of the century
waves. In watercolor 28” x 21” by J. A. Martinez was proclaimed by the city’s grand dads as the
Millennium City, having come a long way from being
custom at the time. The couple settled
a forested rolling hill to a bustling city of vibrant
thereafter in a place which was later called
economic activities. In 2003, Mandaluyong was
“Mandaluyong” literally named after “Manda” and
named the new tiger city of Metro Manila, among
“Luyong”.
other accomplishments.
In the 1800’s, Mandaluyong was first known
as a barrio of Sta. Ana de Sapa which was part of

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
Demographics
Mandaluyong has a total land area of 1,126 investors in Metro Manila opt to stay and invest in
hectares. This constitutes 1.77 % of the 636 sq. km. Mandaluyong due to its accessibility, good road
total land area of Metro Manila which is composed networks, excellent peace and order situation, and
of 16 cities and 1 municipality. It is bounded on the generally a business friendly local government. It
north by the City of San Juan, on the Northeast by has excellent transport networks with a total of 31
Quezon City, on the east by the Pasig City on the entry and exit points that connect Mandaluyong to
south by Pasig River and Makati City, on the west its neighboring cities and municipalities, reinforcing
by San Juan and the City of Manila. its potential for business and development. EDSA,
Mandaluyong today is composed of 27 Ortigas Ave., and Shaw Boulevard provide intercity
barangays divided into two political districts mainly links while Boni Ave. and C-3 road serve as
by Boni Avenue and G. Aglipay Street. The city alternate routes. There are three stations of the
has a total population of 350,528 (based on DOH MRT along EDSA in the city.
projected population) in 2015 with a total number Mandaluyong continues to be a lucrative and
of household of 58,421. The average household profitable business location. The city has a well-
size per barangay is pegged at 6. Mandaluyong’s mixed/diverse market owing to its accessibility not
prime advantage among other cities in Metro only to the posh subdivisions but as well as the
Manila is its location, being exactly at the center poor communities of the area.
of urban growth in the metropolis. Visitors and

Map 1. Political Map of the City of Mandaluyong.

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
Economic Development
On the facet of development, and despite Biggest contributors to the city’s robust
the fact that the city did not increase its tax rates growth are the big corporations and investors
for business and real property for the last 6 years, finding lucrative business in the area. Investments
it still managed to increase its collection. reached to 155.08B worth of investments from
Despite its size, Mandaluyong recorded an the 47 giants companies with a projected income
all-time high of P2.8 billion in revenue in 2014 for the city of more or less 500M in the next 3
from a mere P2.3 billion income in 2011. years. With the influx of these businesses,
Likewise, P956 million in 2011, income from
Mandaluyong is confidently assured of a stable
business registration has reached P1.5 billion
financial standing which can sustain its progress
in 2014, while income from real property taxes
and continuous delivery of services for its
amounted to P993 million from P813 million in
2011. constituency.

City Income 2011-2014

Business Income 2011-2014

Income from Real Property 2011-2014

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
Social Services
Education provide students with additional teachers and
The city has a total of fifty six (56) Day Care responsive non-teaching personnel such as
Centers and a total of 22 public elementary/ dentist, nurses, clerks, janitors and guards.
secondary schools classified into 18 regular The city has also provided financial
Elementary Schools and 4 regular High Schools, assistance for the parent and teachers
6 of the total are Integrated Schools and 1 with organizations, training development of
Special School – Jose Fabella Memorial School. teachers, parents and students and for
Mandaluyong also has two (2) Manpower curricular and co-curricular activities of
Development Centers situated in Welfareville, students.
Children with special needs are also
enrolled in the public schools SPED Program
with a total enrolment of 581 for the school
year 2015-2016. The city’s Project T.E.A.C.H.
(Therapy, Education and Assimilation of
Children with Handicap) has a total of 600
children with developmental conditions as
direct beneficiaries for the said project.
With the Alternative Learning System
(ALS), various programs are offered for
Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E), Tuloy
Aral and programs for skills enhancement,
The Manpower Training Center.
like livelihood courses, music and computer
Barangay Addition Hills and in Barangay Hulo literacy for out-of-school youth. The total
that offer a total of 16 vocational and trade number of enrolees in ALS classes and other
courses. programs is 2,407.
Prominent among the private schools are
two (2) universities, the Jose Rizal University
and the Rizal Technological University, the latter We are K to 12 Ready
being a semi-government institution. The city government has been and is
Children age 3-4 years old in Mandaluyong still making exceptional improvements for the
are enrolled in the day care centers. To date (SY K-12 program. Mandaluyong has allocated
2015-2016), there are 5,850 children who are P100Million in order to support the needs
enrolled in the day care centers while the rest of the teachers and students and to further
are enrolled in NGO learning centers, private improve the quality of education in the city.
schools, SNP Homebased and in other learning To date, model classrooms at Jose
institutions outside the city. Fabella Memorial School and in Highway
Following the DepEd Order No. 685, 5-year Hills Integrated School are already completed
old children are now enrolled in the public to cater Beauty and Nail Care, Wellness
elementary. There are 3,915 (SY 2015-2016) Massage & Hairdressing and Contact Center
children who are enrolled in sixteen (16) public Services, respectively.
elementary/integrated schools of the city that
cater Preschool Education.

Contact Center Services model classroom at Highway Hills


Integrated School.

Comparative Enrollment SY 2007-2008 and 2015-2016.

There are 30,435 children who are enrolled


in elementary schools while 18,203 are in high
school.
Beauty and Nail Care, Wellness Massage and Hairdressing
Children from elementary and high schools model classroom at Jose Fabella Memorial School.
enjoy free school supplies such as notebooks Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan 11
and diaries. The city and the division office also MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
Come April 2016, model classrooms in
other schools will be constructed:
1. Bread and Pastry and Commercial Baking
at Isaac Lopez Integrated School
2. Model Classroom for Housekeeping,
Food & Beverage, Bartending and Front
Office at Andres Bonifacio Integrated
School
3. Dressmaking/Tailoring Room at
Mandaluyong High School
4. House Keeping Room at Eulogio
Rodriguez Integrated School
5. Music Room at Mataas na Paaralang
Neptali A. Gonzales
6. Dance Room at Mataas na Paaralang
Neptali A. Gonzales
7. Electrical Room Installation at Eulogio
Rodriguez Integrated School Perspectives of model classrooms including: Bread and Pastry
and Commercial Baking; Housekeeping, Food & Beverage,
Bartending and Front Office; Dressmaking/Tailoring Room;
Aside from school improvements, the city House Keeping Room; Music Room; Dance Room and Electrical
also conducted and funded various training for Room Installation.
our teacher for the K to 12 program:
1.Division Mass Training for Grades 1-4 and
Grades 7-10 for K-12 Curriculum Mandaluyong is expecting a total of 5,714
2. International Benchmarking on Senior students (3,900 for public and 1,814 private
High School for Principals, Supervisors schools) Grade 11 learners in 2016.
and Administrators held and conducted Based on the records of the Division of
in Thailand and in Singapore, as School - Mandaluyong, the city has an 8,720
recommended by DepEd Central Office absorptive capacity in all public schools that
for having one of the best senior high can offer academic and vocational track, arts &
schools in Asia. design and sports.
3. Teachers and Trainors Training

Mass Training for teachers for K-12 Curriculum.

With all the surplus, Mandaluyong can


stll accommodate some 4,820 students more
coming from neighboring Cities such as San
Juan, Pasig and Manila or from those that are not
yet K-12 ready or cannot readily accommodate
the senior high school populace.

International Benchmarking on Senior High School for Principals,


Supervisors and Administrators at Bangkok, Thailand.

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
Peace and Order But our police force cannot do it all alone.
A modern police force is essential in creating They and our communities must be aided with
a friendly environment and in increasing the level monitoring devices that will help us combat
of confidence of investors in the city. criminality and maintain peace and order in the
The collective efforts of the city and the police City. For this, the City Government constructed
force maintain and improve the Mandaluyong’s the Central Emergency Command and Control
peace and order situation. Center and has acquired CCTVs for the barangay.
Yearly, the City Government of Mandaluyong
provides Free Bullets and Gasoline Supply to
the police force. Each police officer receives fifty
(50) bullets/year since 2011 and from 10 liters of
daily gasoline supply in 2012, we have doubled
the supply since 2013, to 20 liters per day per
vehicle to ensure regular patrolling and ascertain
immediate response to emergencies.
The city also provided Firing Proficiency
Training, a training program for our local police
force to increase and sharpen their targeting and
shooting skills at the City Firing Range.

Employees of the Mandaluyong C3 intently monitor the streets of


the city.

The city has also provided mobile cars,


mobile outpost and police patrol motorcycle
Police officers hone their skills at the city firing range. units for immediate response to crime and
The training program together with other emergencies.
support mechanisms have improved the
performance of our local police force leading to
the arrest of many the notorious personalities
and groups including the “Calbayog Group”
that has been perpetrating organized crimes
such as “Riding in Tandem”, Robbery, Hold-Up,
Possession of Illegal Drugs and a lot more.
The city also initiated construction of the
first ever satellite office for the Scene of the
Crime Operatives (SOCO) in 2013 to improve the
Mobile Outpost at Pioneer Street corner EDSA.
quality of police services in the city. Mandaluyong
is one among the five cities in the NCR that only
have a SOCO satellite office.

Crime Laboratory Office - SOCO at Barangay Mauway.

Patrol cars and motorcycle units.


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Back to back with the improvement programs
the city provided to the local Police Force,
Mandaluyong also increased the firefighting
capabilities of its local firefighters.
The city regularly conducts Fire Drills and
Fire Olympics in different institutions in the City
including schools and barangays.
Mandaluyong also acquired nine (9) fire
trucks and distributed them to 9 barangays in the
City to increase our local firefighting ability and
Fire trucks for the barangays for quick response. speed up response time.

Housing and Land Acquisition Programs


Mandaluyong’s Land for the Landless and
Home for the Homeless Program is all about
providing not only dwelling places but decent
homes for the less privileged families in the city.
More than 8,000 families benefited from
Medium Rise Housing, Land Acquisition, PNR,
Gawad Kalinga and Community Mortgage
Programs of the city.

Programs for the Environment


With the sincere intention to help save the
environment the city creates various program on
waste management, recycling and green building
initiatives.
The city has constructed City Materials
Recovery Facility (MRF) in Welfareville to
become the central recycling facility for all On-going construction of the Cobey Property-Medium Rise
Condominium.
recyclables in the city that are to be processed to
produce different products like pails, table tops,
chairs, tiles, and bricks out of shredded plastics
and melted polystyrene or Styrofoam.
Biodegradable wastes collected from the
different subdivisions and markets are converted
into organic fertilizers being used in city gardening
activities and in different schools in the city.
The city also formulated biodiesel program
that produces clean, renewable and domestically
safe diesel fuel from used cooking oil collected
from different restaurants, food chains and
barangay. The City Materials Recovery Facility in Welfareville, Barangay
Mandaluyong is also one of the pilot areas in Addition Hills
the Philippines to use electric tricycles sponsored
by the Asian Development Bank.
In 2014, Mandaluyong implemented the
Green Building Ordinance for the purpose of
improving the efficiency of buildings in the use
of natural resources, contributing to the global
efforts in reducing Green House Gas (GHG)
emissions and minimizing impact of buildings on Bricks and tiles out of recyclable materials produced at the MRF.
health and environment through Green Building
Regulations.

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
City of Innovations
Mandaluyong’s innovative efforts have
brought the city a raft of awards and recognitions.
But more importantly, these efforts have presented
“Mandaluyong being the
the city with a wealth of opportunities. Laboratory for a lot of new
What it lacks in size, it makes up for the Innovations in Local Governance”.
intelligence, creativity, leadership and above all
unity of its leaders and constituency. Its many DR. EVANGELINE KIM CUENCO
innovative projects have placed the city at the Senior Urban Specialist, World Bank
forefront of change! The future will be defined by
how innovative and creative its people are now…

The E2G2 Project


The City of Mandaluyong, in partnership with
the Ateneo School of Government, enters into a
Memorandum of Agreement on the Effective and
Ethical Good Governance (E2-G2) System.
The system is expected to build a citizen
database where in a single click in the computer,
you can easily access links on vital information
about a person such as family, residence, health,
employment, business and even photo. Also, you
can access the map of the barangay and other
details including land area, zoning, population,
number of urban poor, senior citizens, person with Mayor Benhur Abalos and Dean Antonio La Viña of the Ateneo
School of Government sign the MOA on the E2-G2 System. The
disability, children and out of school youth, facilities system will build citizen database which serve as reference in
and business establishments. The system will also identifying and providing direct services to the constituents.
serve as reference in identifying and providing
direct services to the constituents.

Mandaluyong E-tricycles
In promoting pro-environment projects, Mayor transporting the riding public. This also ensures a
Benhur Abalos initiated the use of electric tricycles more environment-friendly surrounding, protecting
(e-Trikes) which are zero-emission vehicles. the health and general well-being of everyone,
Mandaluyong City is one of the pilot cities in the particularly the children.
Philippines to use this technology and to integrate The use of the e-Trikes is an environment-
the use of e-Trikes in the livelihood program in friendly alternative compared to the use of
the city. An initial twenty units of e-Trikes, availed conventional tricycles for short distance travel in
through a grant from the Asian Development Bank, the city.
are presently plying on selected routes in the city. The city also has a charging facility that
The 20 qualified individuals from various tricycle is strategically located accessible to the e-Trike
operator and drivers’ associations benefited from drivers. Mandaluyong is the first city in the
the project and have attested to an increased Philippines and fourth in the world to use Lithium-
income, low unit maintenance and efficiency in Ion Battery Charging Facility.

Mandaluyong e-Trikes being showcased during the Philippine


Independence Day Celebration last June 2011.

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UN Awardee: Project TEACH
The local government of Mandaluyong
City, through Mayor Benjamin C. Abalos Jr.,
spearheaded the conceptualization and
implementation of Project TEACH (Therapy,
Education and Assimilation of Children
with Handicap), a community-based
rehabilitation (CBR) program that directly Diagnosis/Evaluation and recommendations from Developmental
benefits youth with disabilities residing in Pediatrician and Psychologist specialists
depressed areas. It is a joint project with
the Rehabilitation and Empowerment
of Adults and Children with Handicap
(REACH) Foundation, a non-stock, non-
profit organization based in Mandaluyong
City. The direct beneficiaries of this project
are at least 600 children in the city with
developmental conditions.
The beneficiaries were initially catered
Primary and Tertiary Health Care being provided to the beneficiaries.
at the Lingap Karunungan Center in Hardin
ng Pag-asa, Barangay Addition Hills. To
further intensify support for the program,
Mayor Abalos initiated the construction of
another building beside the previous one.
Ultimately, the dream is for Project
TEACH to inspire other individuals,
organizations and/or local government
units to establish similar CBR programs
in their respective communities. The Free therapy programs from Mandaluyong CARES.
Municipality of Carmona, Cavite and the
City of Dipolog, Zamboanga del Norte,
located in Southern Luzon and Mindanao,
respectively, have established their own
community-based rehabilitation program
after being inspired by Project TEACH. This
clearly demonstrates the effectiveness and
replicability of the program.
By being a recipient of the prestigious
Home Care Program with the help of the volunteers of the Hands of
UN Public Service Awards, Mandaluyong Mercy, interns from University of the Philippines, University of Santo
City, through the administration of Mayor Tomas and Mandaluyong CARES
Benhur Abalos, opened the doors that will
allow the Philippines to contribute in the
creation of a global movement towards a
more inclusive society for differently-abled
individuals.

Vocational Training is given to students who already have basic skills.


They will belong to a working facility called Kitchen Specials at the Isaac
Lopez Integrated School.

Project TEACH building located at Hardin ng Pag-Asa,


Brgy. Addition Hills

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MANDALUYONG: THE TIGER CITY
The Galing Pook Winner - Garden of Life Park
with its columbarium and chapel.

Galing Pook Winner: Garden of Life Park


The city government through the tested
leadership of Mayor Benhur Abalos has innovatively
institutionalized the provision of the public funeral
service, columbarium, and crematorium and multi-
level chapels for all the constituents who have
reached the last stage of their lives. This is the first
in the country and was ambitiously attained by the
city, all for the love and service for the poor and the
underprivileged sector, not to mention the lowest
fees it charges compared with other funerary
facilities. It is safe to say that in Mandaluyong City... The smokeless city crematorium.
children and all our constituents are guaranteed
of having the best public service in the community
and in life as a whole...from womb to tomb...
Formerly known as the Mandaluyong City
Cemetery, it occupies a 2.54-hectare public
property with a total number of 19,405 burials
with an average of 913 deceased per month being
interred in the cemetery which has a total capacity
of only 7,717 units for interment. In July 2009, a total
of 5,024 had already been interred in this facility
and therefore, with several decades of service to
the public, the cemetery capacity is already up The city Columbarium 1 that has 2,990 ossuaries in vault .
its limits. The cemetery’s open spaces have been
sacrificed to accommodate, the cemetery is too
congested for the convenience of visiting relatives
and friends.
To address this pressing concern, the City
Government through its local chief executive,
Mayor Benhur Abalos, has conceptualized a
Master Plan for the redevelopment of the cemetery
which was adopted for implementation by the
Sangguniang Panlungsod through City Ordinance
No. 391, S-2008. Hence, the Garden of Life
Park was conceptualized as a “one-stop” project
under a 4-C approach (cemetery-columbarium- Funeral Services Building.
crematorium-chapel) that could serve as a model
for local government units throughout the country.
It comprises 5,744 apartment niches; 1,720 bone
crypts; and 253 private apartments; while and
Columbarium 2 has 1,025.
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City residents enjoy jogging at the Garden of Life Park.

To fully achieve the “one-stop” concept for the remove from the minds of people the idea that a
ease of grieving families/constituents, the Funeral cemetery is a scary place inhabited by ghosts. He
Services Building, were added candelarium and emphasized that a cemetery should always be
adoration chapel complete the package of funeral synonymous with paradise, with heaven, with
to burial services. God. This is the image that he wants people to
As envisioned by the City Government, the have regarding a cemetery, not one with ghost
objectives of the Project are the following: 1) to since the deceased being interred therein were
develop a spatial strategy to address the apparent their loved ones.
need for space for interment facilities and services; Further, he is committed to the idea of serving
2) to provide sufficient space where relatives of the the people of Mandaluyong City, from birth until
deceased can offer prayers and memorial services; their death, by providing them with decent, orderly
3) to give dignity to the deceased through a decent and secured cemetery with affordable services.
burial and affordable services. This Project will ultimately benefit the poor or the
In addition, Mayor Benhur Abalos wanted to underprivileged residents of the City.

The Simplified Business Registration


Process (SBRP)
One of the biggest problems of local steps; what before took three (3) days was reduced
governments even today is red tape and the City of to fifteen (15) minutes; what used to be transacted
Mandaluyong was not an exception. Mayor Benhur before in a national office was made available in
Abalos made his first order of business to eliminate local offices.
red tape in City hall by initiating the overhaul of the Through new measures, the efficiency of
procedure in applying for and renewing business revenue collection greatly improved. A synergy
licenses. He was convinced that limiting the steps was formed between the local government and the
needed to secure business licenses would entice business sector keeping the stakeholders satisfied
businesses to invest in the City. with regular dialogues and consultations were
Thus, Mayor Abalos adopted and implemented conducted.
what is now called the Simplified Business For this, we have been cited by the International
Registration Process, or SBRP: what used to be Finance Corporation in 2010 for being the pilot city
twenty-seven (27) steps was reduced to four (4) to implement this System.

Pamahalaan sa Pamayanan (Government


in Community)
A pioneering and innovative pro-poor project
of Mayor Abalos started in 1999 with the concept “if
the mountain cannot go to Mohammad, Mohammad
will go to the mountain.” Every Saturday, services
that are availed by constituents at the city hall are
made available at the barangay level. Application
for business permits, community tax certificate,
NBI/Police/Barangay clearance are extended by
respective offices. There are also free services like
legal advice, employment assistance, haircut, reflex/
massage therapy, manicure/pedicure and even Mayor Abalos gives a Vitamin A caspule to child during the
distribution of free eyeglasses, wheelchairs or other conduct of Pamahalaan sa Pamayanan in one of the barangays
in the city.
assistive devices and gift packs. Regular activities
during PSPs are job fairs and medical/optical/ distribution of vitamins and medicines but also cleft
dental missions including not just check-ups and palate surgery particularly for children.
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Innovative Ordinance
Aside from Mayor Abalos’ monumental
projects, programs and best practices, innovative
ordinances are also being effectively implemented
in the city.

Code of Parental Responsibility


Authored by Councilor Charisse Abalos,
City Ordinance No. 538 or the Code of Parental
Responsibility ensures the direct involvement
of parents with regards to their children’s formal Comparative report of CICL 2013-2014.
education, safety and security inside and outside
their homes and in the prevention of being exposed
to physical and emotional abuse, violence and
other untoward incidents.
The ordinance also aims to curb the incidents
involving children in conflict with the law (CICL).
There were 63 reported incidents of CICL-
related crimes in the city in 2013. Upon its
implementation in March 2014, only 33 incidents
have been reported. In 2015, the number of CICL-
related crimes decreased to 25 incidents.
Likewise, the drastic decrease in the number
of children being apprehended for violation of
curfew hours (10:00PM to 4:00AM) further reflects The renovated Bahay Pag-asa, a facility catering to Children
the effectiveness of the ordinance in intensifying in Conflict with the Law (CICL) and Streetchildren has now a
parental responsibility. computer room, reading/studying area and fully furnished kitchen.

Riding in Tandem Ordinance


City Ordinance No. 550 or the Riding in Tandem
Ordinance has been enacted as a deterrent of the
city to the increasing number of victims of riding in
tandem crimes nationwide. It was passed in August
2014 and was enforced within the experimental
period of six months. The implementation in
September 2014 has been initially controversial not
only to city residents but also to motorcycle users
passing thru Mandaluyong.
The ordinance was amended with the
passage of Ordinance 595,s2015 in March 2015
and is enforced for a period of 3 years.
Upon implementation of the ordinance, the
reported 146 motorcycle-related crimes committed
in 2013 dramatically went down to only 39 in 2014
and 36 in 2015. Statistical data on motorcycle related crimes from 2013-2015 as
submitted by PNP-Mandaluyong.

Green Building Ordinance


The Green Building Project, that Mayor
Abalos initiated, focuses on the five areas of
building performance efficiency such as energy,
water, materials and waste management, site
sustainability, and indoor environmental quality.
The International Finance Corporation
provided the technical assistance in drafting the
Green Building Ordinance. Subject to the ordinance
are buildings to be constructed with a total floor
area of more than 20,000 sqm (residential); 10,000 Mayor Abalos details the significant features of the Green Building
sqm (office); 10,000 sqm (mixed-used); 5,000 sqm Ordinance in a press conference held recently at the Megamall Trade
Hall 3.
(educational); 15,000 (retail); hotel, hospital and
government buildings. Mayflower BPO can enjoy a monthly P549,486 or
In a study they conducted, the 6-storey office yearly P6.6M savings in water bills for its 21 floors.
building being built by Charles Builders will have a To date, the city has issued Green Building
savings of around P390,553.92 per month or P4.7M Pre-Compliance Certificate to five estate
per year in electric bills. Similarly, the Greenfield developers and building owners.
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Ordinance. Subject to the ordinance larly, education and health care. He
are buildings to be constructed with is encouraging parents to access these
a total floor area of more than 20,000 services for their children.
sqm (residential); 10,000 sqm (office); Since the implementation of the
10,000 sqm (mixed-used); 5,000 sqm ordinance in March 2014, 406 viola-
(educational); 15,000 (retail); hotel; Mayor Abalos together with Coun. Charisse Abalos tors have been reprimanded and a de-
Monumental Projects: Life Changing Legacies
hospital and government buildings.
In a study they conducted, a
and Mandaluyong City Police Chief Sr. Supt. Tyrone
Masigon show the copy of the Riding in Tandem
Ordinance and the sample of the information
crease in the number of violators has
been noted every month since August
6-storey office building being built by materials in a press conference. of the same year.
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
On top of his effective programs
on education, peace and order,
health, and environment, Mayor
Abalos likewise identified his
infrastructure projects in the
city’s barangays including roads
and drainage improvements,
multi-purpose halls, health and San Jose Play Ground AHAC Block 6 Covered Court Covered Court Cover
day care centers, basketball Barangay Hulo Barangay Addition Hills Barangay Hagdan Bato Itaas Baran
courts and sports complex as
well as streetlighting activities.

Project TEACH Building Senior Citizen Center San Jose St. Multi-Purpose & Stage Hulo Jeepney and Tricycle Terminal Hardi
Barangay Addition Hills Barangay Mabini J. Rizal Barangay Hulo Barangay Hulo and P

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Monumental Projects: Life Changing Legacies

New Zaniga Barangay Hall Poblacion Barangay Hall

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GAWA HINDI SALITA: Awards and Citations
In 2013, Mandaluyong was conferred the Pangkalahatan from the Department of Health in
Most Business Friendly City in the Philippines 2015.
by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Recently, two global awards were achieved
Industry for having instituted good governance by the city one after the other, namely, the
reforms in promoting local trade and investment Guinness World Records – Largest Zumba®
and for continuously increasing the business Class in one location title to further increase
confidence in the city. awareness of wellness and healthy lifestyle and
The same year, the city became the the United Nations Public Service Award for its
first recipient of the National Kabalikat Award Project TEACH.
given by the Technical Education and Skills Seal of Good Local Governance was
Development Authority for the outstanding efforts awarded to the City of Mandaluyong in 2015 for
in the promotion and enhancement of vocational/ passing all the criteria set for Good Financial
technical education and for having the best Housekeeping; Social Protection and Disaster
manpower training center in the country. Preparedness; Business-friendliness and
Other prestigious recognitions also have Competitiveness; Environmental Management;
been added to its laurels that include the and Peace and Order.
Presidential Award for the Most Child-Friendly Mayor Benhur Abalos, himself, received
City in the Philippines, twin awards from the numerous awards recognizing his exemplary
Galing Pook Foundation for Project TEACH leadership such as the CEO Excel Award,
(Therapy, Education and Assimilation of Children TOPLEAP Award (The Outstanding Philippine
with Handicap) and the Garden of Life Park Leadership Excellence Award in Philanthropy),
and for three straight years since 2010, the city and the Gen. Miguel Malvar Special Award from
held the Green Banner Award besting other the Philippine-American Centennial Foundation.
Metro Manila LGUs in the implementation of its Meanwhile, the United Nations Children’s
exemplary nutrition programs. Fund, the Philippine Red Cross and the
The city eventually took home the Association of Local Social Welfare and
Consistent Regional Outstanding Winner in Development Officers of the Philippines
Nutrition (CROWN) Award in 2013, the 1st and presented him with the Exemplary Humanitarian
2nd Year CROWN Maintenance Award in 2014 Service Award, the Champion Activist of
and 2015 respectively. It also received the Gawad Children’s Right Award and the Gawad Parangal
Kalusugan Award – Excellence in Kalusugan Award – Most Outstanding Mayor, respectively.

UNITED NATIONS CONFERS AWARD TO


THE PHILIPPINES (MANDALUYONG).
UN Assistant Secretary General Lenni
Montiel confers the award in the category
Improving the Delivery of Public Services
to Mayor Benjamin Abalos Jr. during the
United Nations Public Service Awards
Ceremony on June 23-26, 2015 in Medellin,
Colombia. Mayor Abalos’ brainchild
program Project TEACH (Therapy,
Education and Assimilation of Children
with Handicap) is one of the 22 innovative
initiative winners out of 848 entries. Only 18
out of 71 countries were declared winners
by the UN Committee of Experts on Public
Administration.

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MANDALUYONG BAGS THE 1ST YEAR CONSISTENT REGIONAL OUTSTANDING WINNER IN NUTRITION (CROWN) MAINTENANCE AWARD
Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos is flanked by former Senator Aquilino Pimentel Jr. and Health Asec. Nemesio Gako after receiving the 1st Year
Consistent Regional Outstanding Winner in Nutrition Maintenance Award. Also in photo (left to right), City Planning Officer Engr. Arman Comandao,

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City Health Officer Pecos Camarines, Councilor Charisse Abalos, City Medical Center Director Zaldy Carpeso, Councilor Boy Esteban, NNC Executive
Director/Assistant Secretary of Health Maria-Bernardita T. Flores and NNC-NCR Regional Nutrition Program Coordinator Mila V. Federizo.
MANDALUYONG CITY: GREEN BANNER AWARDEE FOR 3-STRAIGHT YEARS. Mandaluyong Mayor Benhur Abalos receives
the 2012 Green Banner Award Trophy for the third time from the National Nutrition Council (NNC) after besting other cities and
municipalities in Metro Manila in the implementation of its exemplary nutrition programs (bottom photo).

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A total of 12,975 participants in yellow T-shirts gathered on the streets of
Mandaluyong as they danced continuously to high tempo music for 30 minutes.

MANDALUYONG CITY SETS NEW GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR LARGEST ZUMBA CLASS.
Mayor Benhur Abalos together with City Nutrition Action Officer Menchie Abalos hold the official certificate confirming Mandaluyong as Guiness World
Record Title Holder for largest Zumba® class from Adjudicator Alan Pixley. A total of 12,975 residents participated the activity setting a new record.
Also in photo is Maria-Bernardita T. Flores, the Executive Director of the National Nutrition Council and Assistant Secretary, Department of Health

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GAWAD KALUSUGAN 2015. Mandaluyong City Mayor Benjamin C. Abalos Jr. receives the Gawad Kalusugan Pangkalahatan Award
from Department of Health Secretary Janette Garin during DOH’s Harmonized Awarding held on February 20, 2015.DOH gives this
major award to local government units that have continuously increase the efficiency of its basic health services delivery through
strengthened health systems and equitable distribution of national health programs. The Department selected the awardees from
among 80 Provinces, 184 Highly Urbanized/Independent/Component Cities and 1,490 Municipalities that have exhibited commendable
performance on health as reflected in the DOH LGU Score Card Report. Also in photo are DOH Assistant Secretary Gerardo V. Bayugo,
Department of the Interior and Local Government Undersecretary. Austere Panadero, City Health Officer Pecos Camarines and City
Medical Center Director Zaldy Carpeso.

GAWAD PARANGAL - MOST OUTSTANDING MAYOR 2015. Mandaluyong City Mayor Benjamin Abalos Jr. receives the Gawad
Parangal Award from Vice President Jejomar Binay as he emerged lone winner in the Highly Urbanized Cities category with outstanding
service delivery of social welfare and development programs during the Association of Local Social Welfare and Development Officers
of the Philippines’ Annual Forum and General Assembly held at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia. Joining them onstage are
Makati Mayor Junjun Binay, ALSWDOPI National President Neneth Pador, Mandaluyong Chief Nutrition Action Officer Menchie Abalos
and Mandaluyong Social Work and Development Officer In-charge Baby Pillas.
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MANDALUYONG CITED AS MOST BUSINESS FRIENDLY CITY IN THE PHILIPPINES. Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos
receives from the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry the award for Mandaluyong as Most Business Friendly City (Highly
Urbanized City Category) during the concluding rites of PCCI’s Business Conference and Expo held at the Manila Hotel. The award
is annually conferred by PCCI to local government units that have instituted good governance reforms in promoting local trade and
investment. Also in photo (left to right), Amb. Alfredo Yao (39th PBC Chairman, PCCI Chairman, President & CEO of Zesto), Dr. Alfonso
Siy (President of the Federation of the Filipino Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.), Presidential Communications
Operations Office Secretary Herminio B. Coloma, Dr. Francis Chua, (PCCI Chairman Emeritus), Sec. Emilio Abaya (DOTC), and PCCI
Pres. Miguel B. Varela.

TWO GALING POOK AWARDS FOR MANDALUYONG.


Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos (4th from right) receives plaques for winning two of the top ten Galing Pook Awards for
Outstanding Local Governance Programs from Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas. Out
of the 166 entries nationwide, two brainchild programs of Mayor Abalos were recognized by the prestigious Galing Pook Foundation
for its innovativeness and great impact worthy of emulation by other local government units. The project Garden of Life Park (GLP),
offering comparably lower fees, is a one-stop concept: Funeral Services-Chapel-Crematorium-Columbarium-Cemetery and the Project
T.E.A.C.H., providing free diagnostic services including therapy for children with handicap.

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MANDALUYONG CITY WINS 2013 NATIONAL KABALIKAT AWARD.
Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos holds the first 2013 National Kabalikat Award Trophy given by the Technical Education
and Skills Development Authority. TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva conferred the national award to the city few moments after
being declared back to back regional winner in the LGU Category of National Capital Region, in a ceremony held at TESDA-Taguig.
Kabalikat Award is the highest recognition given by TESDA to any institutions or local government units as a reward mechanism in the
promotion and enhancement of technical education and skills development.

PRESIDENTIAL AWARDEE. Mandaluyong was bestowed the “Most Child-Friendly City Award (Highly Urbanized City Category)” for
its pioneering programs in promoting the plight of children. In photo are Mayor Benhur Abalos receiving the plum from no less than
President Benigno Aquino III during the ceremonies held in Malacañang. Witnessing the affair are (from left) UNICEF Country Manager-
Philippines Vanessa Tobin, Council for the Welfare of Children Executive Director Brenda Vigo, the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo
and DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman.

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RAFAEL M. SALAS POPULATION & DEVELOPMENT
AWARD
Mayor Benhur Abalos holds the Rafael M. Salas Population
& Development Award given by the Commission on
Population-National Capital after besting among six other
local government units in the NCR for its people-centered
governance and innovative development initiatives. PopCom
started the award in 1990 to perpetuate the legacy of the first
head of the United Nations Population Fund, Rafael M. Salas,
in achieving a better world for generation after generation.
With Mayor Abalos in photo are (left to right) PopCom-NCR
Regional Director Lolito R. Tacardon, City Councilors Alex
Sta. Maria and Boy Esteban, Commission on Population
Executive Director Juan Antonio Perez II, MD, MPH and City
Health Officer Pecos Camarines.

CEO EXCEL AWARD


Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos poses with fellow
awardees of the Communication Excellence in Organizations
(CEO EXCEL) Award given by the International Association
of Business Communicators-Philippines. IABC-Philippines
acknowledged Mayor Abalos for his transformational
governance and for effectively championing utilization of
communication strategies in achieving governance goals.
IABC Philippines members include the best private and
public communication, marketing and public relations
practitioners in the country. Also in photo are San Miguel
Corporation Consultant Elpi Cuna, Holcim Philippines,
Inc. Corporate Communication VP and Head Ritzi Villarico
Ronquillo, ABS-CBN Corporation Integrated Corporate
Communications Head Jane Errol Choa and Meralco AVP
and Head of Public Information Office Joe Zaldarriaga

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Health Situation
There are 27 public health centers, 3 Lying-
in Clinics and 1 Social Hygiene Clinic with drop-in
center and treatment hub serving the city. Of the 27
barangays, 24 barangays or 88.89% have their own
health centers. The other 2 barangays share with
their neighbors while Barangay Wack-Wack, with its
high income class residents, is capable enough to
avail of private health services. Barangay Addition
Hills, being the center of informal settlements, is
served with 4 public health centers.
Each health center is manned with public
health personnel such as doctors, midwives, nurses
and dentists. A total of 38 doctors, 56 nurses, 29 Mandaluyong City Medical Center (MCMC)
dentists, 63 midwives, 105 BHWs and 45 BNSs
serve the whole populace.

I. Maternal and Child Care

% of Women provided with pre-natal care


Of the 9,331 estimated number of pregnant
women in 2014, only 8,221 or 88.10% have availed
of public pre-natal care at least once every three
months. In 2013, at least 8,274 or 90% of the 9,193
targeted women population availed of this program.
MCMC Annex - Maternity and Childrens Section
Maternal Mortality Rate
In 2014, Maternal Mortality Rate is recorded
at 31.48 per 100,000 live births or 2 deaths from
maternal causes out of 6,353 registered live births.
In 2013, the rate is 48.36 or 2 deaths to a total live
birth of 4,136. For both years, no women died during
pregnancy although cases of High Risk Pregnancy
were recorded at 6.12% (380) and 6.03% (383) in
2013 and 2014, respectively. However, 1 case of
Terminated Pregnancy was recorded in 2014.

Post Partum Care


For women who have given birth in 2013
and 2014, records show that 85.6% and 81.2%
respectively have availed of Post Partum Care of Mayor Benhur Abalos together with Health Assistant Secretary
Eric Tayag during the inaugural blessing of the HIV/AIDS Drop-in
at least 3 home visits and 1 clinic visit. Center and Treatment Hub.

TABLE 1.
Proportion of Deliveries in Health NO. OF BIRTHS TO WOMEN OF SPECIFIC AGE GROUP
Facilities AGE NO. OF BIRTH
Around 98.09% of deliveries in 2013 were GROUP 2013 2014
done in health facilities, while 2014 recorded a total
of 97.89% deliveries in health facilities. However, 10-14 7 4
records show that 98.82% and 99.58% of births 15-19 623 689
were attended by skilled personnel in 2013 and 20-24 1,567 1,724
2014 respectively.
25-29 1,580 1,517
Births to Women of Specific Age Group 30-34 1,195 1,179
The total number of births to women of specific 35-39 571 533
age group as recorded from 2013 to 2014 are 40-44 137 146
shown in Table 1.
45-49 8 10
TOTAL 5,688 5,802
Source: Civil Registry Department

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% of Fully –immunized Children Morbidity Rate
At least 95% or 8,848 out of the targeted As shown in Table 3, five of the top ten leading
9313 children 0-11 months old have been fully causes of illnesses pertain to respiratory illnesses,
immunized in 2014. The percentage is the same in from respiratory tract infection to pneumonia and
2013, however, the number of children immunized pulmonary tuberculosis. In both years 2013 and
was 8,734 out of the targeted 9,134 children. 2014, Upper Respiratory Tract Infection had the
highest number of cases per 100,000 population
Infant/Child Mortality Rate (under five reported, while Influenza ranked least in the same
years old) periods.
In 2013, the number of deaths among children
below 5 years old is recorded at 49 deaths or a Crude Death Rate
mortality rate of 7.90% per 1,000 live births. This As of June 30, 2014, the Crude Death Rate
gives 9.09 per 1000 population. The rate decreased is recorded at 4.55. This means that more than
in 2014 wherein 39 deaths were recorded with an 4 people per 1000 population died in that year for
equivalent rate of 6.14% per 1,000 live births. the first semester which may have increased by
the end of the year. The total of 2011 deaths were
Table 2 shows the different performance recorded for 2014 were senior citizens 80 years
indicators for health in 2013 and 2014. old and over accounting for the biggest number of
death by age groups. The same is observed for
2013 with a total record of 1931 deaths.

TABLE 2.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR HEALTH IN 2013 AND 2014
PERFORMANCE INDICATOR YEAR
2013 2014
% of Low Birth Weight 258 = 4.16% 241 = 3.79%
Proportion of children under 5 years old who died of illness 83 = 13.37% 77 = 12.12%
Fully immunized children 8,734 = 95% 8,848 = 95%
Women provided with pre-natal care 8,274 = 90% 8,221 = 88.10%
Post-Partum Care (% at least 3 home visits, 1 clinic visit) 7,871 = 85.60% 7,574 = 81.20%
Maternal Mortality Rate 2 = 48.36% 2 = 31.48%
per 100,000 LB per 100,000 LB
Infant/Child Mortality Rate (children under 5 years old) 49 = 7.9% per 39 = 6.14% per
1,000 LB 1,000 LB
Proportion of Women who died due to pregnancy 0 0
Proportion of Births attended by skilled personnel 6,131 = 98.82% 6,326 = 99.58%
Proportion of Deliveries in health facilities 6,068 = 98.09% 6,219 = 97.89%
Contraceptive Prevalence Rate in Modern Family Planning current adap- 53.31% or 22,376 59.57% or 25,892
tors individuals individuals
% of High Risk Pregnancy 380 = 6.12% 383 = 6.03%
Terminated Pregnancy or Abortion - 1
Couples who have access to Family Planning – Pre-marriage Counseling 2,043 2,001
Prevalence Rates of:
• HIV/AIDS 19/340,536 = 0.005 38/345,514 = 0.01
• Malaria 0 0
• Tuberculosis 936 per 100,000 950 per 100,000
population population
Total Number of Health Staff
• Doctors 34 38
• Nurses 58 56
• Dentists 32 29
• Midwives 64 63
• Nutritionist/Dietitian 6 6
• BHWs 105 105
• BNS 46 45
% of population covered by PhilHealth (LGU sponsored) 5,108 33,841
Source: City Health Department
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TABLE 3. accommodate more people needing maternal and
MORBIDITY RATES AND TEN MOST COMMON CAUSES child care, the Mandaluyong City Children’s and
OF ILLNESS 2013-2014.
Maternity Hospital was established in Welfareville
CAUSE OF MORBIDITY RATES Compound along Martinez Street, Barangay
ILLNESS (per 100,000 population) Addition Hills. To date, a new MCMC building is
2013 2014 under construction at the back of the Children’s and
Upper Respiratory Tract 15,404 13,959 Maternity Hospital with a total bed capacity of 300.
Infection (URTI) See also Box 1 (Part 1 & 2): Hospital Census and
Accomplishment Summary 2014.
Acute LRTI and Pneumonia 4,020 4,588
For mental health, the city is host to the National
Skin Diseases 3,931 2,705 Center for Mental Health which caters to patients
Hypertension 2,496 1,889 from all over the country. Two private hospitals,
Bronchitis/Bronchiolitis 1,756 2,122 Victor R. Potenciano Medical Center and Unciano
General Hospital provide tertiary and secondary
Diarrheal Disease 983 1,098
level services, respectively.
Bronchial Asthma 952 494 Other specializes services are provided by
Urinary Tract Infection 940 850 various private clinics, from medical, dental, health
Pulmonary Tuberculosis 509 390 and wellness, skin clinics, optometric, to laboratory,
custodial and rehabilitation services. These clinics
Influenza 319 380
are usually located along main roads and in
Source: City Health Department
commercial malls in the city.
II. Hospital Services
Public Health Services are augmented by the
city-owned and operated Mandaluyong City Medical
Center located along Boni Avenue near the City
Hall Complex and which provides Tertiary Level
Health Services. As of 2014, MCMC has a 150
bed capacity with 78% occupancy rate per day. To

BOX 1 (PART 1).


MANDALUYONG CITY MEDICAL CENTER
HOSPITAL CENSUS AND ACCOMPLISHMENT SUMMARY 2014
1. Clinical Services Rendered:
 Average Patients Seen per Day
o Out-patients = 353
o Emergency patients = 369
o Admissions = 40
 Occupancy Rate/day = 97%
 In-Patient Bed Capacity = 150_

 Annual Number of patients seen

Main Building Annex Building


Department
2012 2013 2014 2012 2013 2014
OPD 77,637 77,332 78,779 23,653
ER 134,546 134,818 128,006 6,587
Admissions 12,095 12,703 11,807 2,872
Total 224,280 224,853 218,592 33,112

2. Total No. of Deliveries


 Normal = 3037 ● Others = 53
 Caesarean = 673 PBE = 8
OFE = 42
VDAC = 3

3. Emergency Visits
Total No. of emergency department visits : 134,818
Adults : 96,147
Pediatric : 36,617

4. Out-patient Visits
 No. of out-patient visits, new patients : 28,284
 No. of out-patient visits, re-visit : 42,426
 No. of out-patient visits, adults : 55,156
 No. of out-patient visits, pediatric : 15,554
 No. of adult general medicine out-patient visits : 18,436
 No. of specialty (non-surgical) out-patient visits : 0
 Number of surgical out-patient visits : 6,946
 Number of antenatal care visits : 15,578
 Number of postnatal care visits : 2,492

Source: Mandaluyong City Medical Center

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MANDALUYONG CITY MEDICAL CENTER
HOSPITAL CENSUS AND ACCOMPLISHMENT SUMMARY 2014
BOX 1 (PART 2).
MANDALUYONG CITY MEDICAL CENTER
HOSPITAL CENSUS AND ACCOMPLISHMENT SUMMARY 2014
5. Ten (10) Leading Causes of Deaths (Mortality)

ICD-10 ICD-10
Code Code
Mortality/Deaths Number Mortality/Deaths Number
(Individ (Individ
ual) ual)
1. Pneumonia, Severe 36 J18.93 6. Hypertension 18 I10.0
2. Cerebrovascular 7. Hypertensive
33 I67.9 18 I25.0
Disease Atherosclerotic CVD
3. Sepsis Severe 32 A40.9 8. Prematurity 18 P07.3
4. Community Acquired 9. Non St. Myocardial
29 J18.9 16 I21.9
Pneumonia Infarction In Failure
5. Uncal Herniation 21 G93.5 10. Septic Shock 15 A41.9

6. Cause of Morbidity/Illnesses/Injuries

Cause of Morbidity/Illness/Injury Number


1. Community Acquired Pneumonia 320
2. Cerebro Vascular Disease 316
3. Dengue Fever 72
4. Diabetes Mellitus 66
5. Upper Gastro Intestinal Bleeding 65
6. Acute Coronary Syndrome 63
7. Chronic Kidney Failure 56
8. Pulmonary Tuberculosis 40
9. Sepsis 38
10. Acute Myocardial Infaction 19

Source: Mandaluyong City Medical Center

Mandaluyong City Ecological Profile 2015


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Nutrition Situation
Introduction
Mandaluyong’s battle to combat malnutrition in 2015, respectively. Among school children,
continues as it managed to trim down the number prevalence of wasted and severely wasted
of malnourished preschool and school children in reduced from 4,821 (14.9%) in SY2009-2010
the city. Operation Timbang (Weight-for-Age) for to 929 (2.69%) in SY 2015-2016. Prevalence of
the period 2010-2015 recorded malnutrition cases overweight among both preschool and school
in the forms of Underweight, Severely underweight children shows a decreasing trend between 2010
and overweight. However, with the introduction and 2015 although in 2012, both target populations
of the Guidelines on Child Growth Standard and manifested increased prevalence compared to
the use of Height Board during the conduct of 2011. This result of 2012 OPT challenged the City
OPT in 2013, the city was able to recognize other Nutrition Committee to come up with innovative
forms of malnutrition (Weight-for-Height/Length programs to trim down the number of overweight
and Height/Length-for-Age) existing among local children in the city.
children such as Stunted, Severely Stunted, Tall, Various activities were implemented in the
Wasted, Severely Wasted, Overweight and Obese. promotion of desirable nutrition and lifestyle
The trends in malnutrition from 2010 to 2015 are behaviour, as well as advocacy on infant and young
detailed in Tables 4 and 5. child feeding. Massive information campaign
It is noticeable that the number of severely encouraged children and their families to get
underweight and underweight preschool children involved in physical fitness activities and healthy
decreased from 113 (0.23%) and 707 (1.42%) in eating practices. Hence, the downward trend in
2010, respectively, to 80 (0.14%) and 396 (0.71%) overweight in the succeeding years up to 2015.

Table 4.
NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
COMPARATIVE REPORT
2010 - 2015
YEAR/ 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
NUTRITIONAL
STATUS
NORMAL 49,654 49,232 52,998 55,340 53,548 54,989
(95.39%) (98.14%) (98.10%) (98.24%) (98.46%) (98.73%)

SEVERELY 113 113 110 111 87 80


UNDERWEIGHT (0.23%) (0.22%) (0.20%) (0.20%) (0.15%) (0.14%)
UNDERWEIGHT 707 586 575 573 506 396
(1.42%) (1.16%) (1.06%) (1.02%) (0.93%) (0.71%)
OVERWEIGHT 340 233 339 307 244 201
(0.68%) (0.46%) (0.62%) (0.54%) (0.44%) (0.36%)

Table 5.
NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
COMPARATIVE REPORT
SY 2010-2011 - SY 2015-2016

SCHOOL YEAR/ 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015


NUTRITIONAL STATUS 2010 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
NORMAL 25,642 26,264 29,523 30,477 31,596 32,886
(81.6%) (81.6%) (87.2%) (89.35%) (91.41%) (95.45%)

SEVERELY WASTED 4,821 4,821 1,710 1,978 1,549 929


AND WASTED (14.9%) (14.9%) (5.0%) (5.7%) (4.48%) (2.69%)
OVERWEIGHT AND 1,700 1,078 2,599 1,651 1,417 638
OBESE (5.28%) (3.3%) (7.6%) (4.8%) (4.09%) (1.85%)

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I. Nutritional Status of Preschool Children Fact Sheet
Operation Timbang Plus for children 0-71 CITY POPULATION 350,528
months old was conducted simultaneously in the 0-71 Months Old 56,785
27 barangays from January to April 2015. The (OPT Coverage)
Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) teamed up 0-71 Months Old 55,666
with Barangay Health Workers (BHWs), Midwives, (Weighed)
Nutrition Coordinators and Mother Volunteers in
their respective barangays to form the OPT Team
HOW MANY ARE THE
for their barangay, assisted by Barangay Tanods. MALNOURISHED
A total of 55,666 or 98.03% out of the targeted
56,785 pre-schoolers were weighed. Validation of WEIGHT-FOR-AGE
Underweight 396
results was done in May 2015 by members of the
Severely Underweight 80
City Nutrition Committee in 3 barangays randomly Overweight 201
selected: Buayang Bato, Burol, and Hagdan Bato
HEIGHT-FOR-AGE
Libis.
Stunted 950
As shown in Figure 1, 98.78% or 54,989 Severely Stunted 251
children are of normal weight, while the remaining Overweight 485
percentage is distributed among underweight,
WEIGHT FOR LENGTH/HEIGHT
severely underweight, and overweight children Wasted 426
at 0.71% (396), 0.14% (80), and 0.36% (201), Severely Wasted 151
respectively. Overweight 386
Figure 2 shows the prevalence rate of children Obese 194
with normal height at 96.97% or 53,980 children,
stunted at 1.71% (950), severely stunted at 0.45%
(251), while the percentage of tall children is
recorded at 0.87% (485) as seen in the Height for Furthermore, wasted is recorded at 0.77% (426)
Age report. while severely wasted is 0.27% (151). Percentage
Prevalence of normal children in Weight for of overweight children is recorded at 0.69% (386)
Height (Figure 3) is at 54,509 or 97.92% in 2015. and obese at 0.35% (194).

Nutritional Status of Pre-School Children


Figure 1. Summary Report on OPT-Plus Weight for Age

Figure 2. Summary Report on OPT-Plus Height for Age

Figure 3. Summary Report on OPT-Plus Weight for Height

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Three-year Prevalence Rates of
Underweight, Severely Underweight
and Overweight Preschool Children
Comparatively for a three-year period from shown in Figure 4. Similarly for the same period,
2013-2015, the combined underweight and Figure 5 shows a downward trend of prevalence
severely underweight prevalence rate among rate of overweight among preschool children.
preschool children has a downward trend as

Figure 4. Prevalence Rate of Underweight and Severely Figure 5. Prevalence Rate of Overweight among Pre-School
Underweight Pre-School Children Children

Ranking of Barangays based on the


Prevalence Rate of Underweight and
Severely Underweight Preschool Children
Based on the results of the OPT Plus, the top ten in prevalence rate of underweight and severely
nutritionally depressed barangays as shown in underweight preschool children. Noticeable are
Table 6 are as follows: Pag-asa (1.557%), Barangka Barangays Buayang Bato and Wack-Wack, both
Drive (1.286%), Old Zaniga (1.210%), Mabini-J. with 0 prevalence rate as the problem identified in
Rizal (1.115%), Addition Hills (1.047%), Pleasant these barangays is over-nutrition.
Hills (0.991%), Plainview (0.937%), Malamig Spot Map of the nutritionally depressed
(0.936%), Highway Hills (0.893) and Hagdan Bato barangays are also highlighted in Figure 10, 11, 12
Itaas (.856%). & 13 on the suceeding pages.
Table 7 shows the detailed result of OPT 2015,
ranking the 27 barangays from highest to lowest

BARANGAY ACCOMPLISHED UW SUW TOTAL % RANK


1 Pag-asa 578 9 0 9 1.557 1
2 Barangka Drive 2,255 26 3 29 1.286 2
3 Old Zaniga 1,240 10 5 15 1.210 3
4 Mabini-J. Rizal 897 10 0 10 1.115 4
5 Addition Hills 15,092 134 24 158 1.047 5
6 Pleasant Hills 1,110 7 4 11 0.991 6
7 Plainview 4,591 30 13 43 0.937 7
8 Malamig 1,282 9 3 12 0.936 8
9 Highway Hills 3,472 23 8 31 0.893 9
10 Hagdan Bato Itaas 1,753 13 2 15 0.856 10
11 6. Top
Table Barangka Ibaba
Ten Nutritionally 1,742
Depressed Barangays 13 1 14 0.804 11
12 Namayan 900 7 0 7 0.778 12
13 Hagdan Bato Libis 1,160 6 3 9 0.776 13
14 Poblacion 2,665 15 5 20 0.750 14
15 Bagong Silang 696 5 0
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16 Burol 432 3 0 3 0.694 16


17 Mauway 4,032 23 3 26 0.645 17
Prevalence Rate of Underweight [UW] and
Severely Underweight [SUW] with Barangay Ranking

Table 7. Summary of OPT Coverage per Barangay

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II. Nutritional Status of School Children
Massive weighing of public school children from
Kindergarten to Grade 6 follows the school year
and was done in the months of June and July
for the baseline data and repeated in February
of the next year for the endline data. A total of
34,453 pupils and students were weighed by
nurses and nutrition coordinators in 18 public
elementary schools.
As shown in the pie graph (Figure 6), the
city, through the Division of City Schools -
Mandaluyong, accomplished 100% in the total
school children weighed for three school years
(2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015- 2016).
Based on the Summary of Report for
Elementary School Children SY 2015-2016
(Figure 7) among the 34,453 school children
weighed, 32,886 (95.45%) are normal while
638 or 1.85% are wasted and 291 or 0.84% are
severely wasted.
Recorded as overweight and obese are 436
(1.27%) and 202 (0.59%), respectively. Figure 6. Scope of OPT Coverage among School Children

Figure 7. Nutritional Status of School Children

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Figure 8. Prevalence Rate of Wasted and Severely Wasted School Children

Prevalence Rate of Wasted and


Severely Wasted among School
Children
Figure 8 shows the prevalence rate of Wasted most number of wasted and severely wasted
and Severely Wasted school children in the past school children, namely: Dona Basilisa Yangco
three years. In 2013-2014, the prevalence rate is Elementary School with 29 or 6.53% wasted
5.46% (1,939) then in SY 2014-2015, it decreased and severely wasted school children; Eulogio
to 4.48% or 1,549. In SY 2015-2016, the Rodriguez Integrated School with 181 or 6.39%,
prevalence rate is 2.69% or 929 undernourished Hulo Elementary School with 99 school children
school children. There is a continuous decrease or 4.74%, Pleasant Hills Elementary School with
in prevalence due to effective nutrition program 108 or 4.55% and Jose Fabella Memorial School
implemented at the school level. with 52 or 4.45%.
It has been considered for prioritization,
the project plans for the top 5 schools with the

Figure 9. Prevalence Rate of Overweight and Obese School Children

Prevalence Rate of Overweight and


Obesity among School Children
The number of overweight and obese school overweight and obese children in the latest
children (Figure 9) enrolled in Mandaluyong is school year are Amado T. Reyes Elementary
decreasing in the last three years wherein there School with 10 or 7.94%; Filemon P. Javier
are 1,951 school children or 5.53% in 2013, Elementary School at 41 or 6.36%; Dona Basilisa
1,417 or 4.10% and 638 or 1.85% in 2014 and Yangco Elementary School with 28 or 6.31% and
2015, respectively. Plainview Elementary School with 57 or 3.97%
Schools that have the most number of overweight and obese school children.

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Operation Timbang for
Persons With Disabilities
According to the World Health Organization, a
general rule of thumb is that in any population,
one in every ten people or ten percent will have
disability; and half of the total population of those
who have disability are CHILDREN.
Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) and their
families experience barriers in their inclusion to
society and access to basic human rights. They
are segregated, isolated and excluded from
participating in activities. They have abilities
that are overlooked, their capabilities are
underestimated and NEEDS ARE GIVEN LESS
PRIORITY.
Over the years, their situations are changing
for the better, but still there are gaps. PWDs are
now empowered and they are increasingly being
supported by the government as well as the
society. Slowly barriers for them to participate
and become members of the community are
falling apart.
Mandaluyong City is the most open, vocal
and supportive local government which actually
has concrete actions for Persons with Disabilities.
The city government has been steadfast in
creating and supporting programs that would
include and develop the Persons With Disabilities
in our society. In fact, the city has funded many
programs and activities that developed the
potentials of many PWDs in terms of education,
health, accessibility, culture and arts, to name a
few.
Stated in Article 25, Section B of the United
Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons
With Disabilities that, “The State shall provide
those health services needed by Persons
with Disabilities specifically because of their
disabilities, including early identification and
intervention as appropriate, as services designed Children with disabilities are also included in the conduct of the
to minimize and prevent further disabilities….” Operation Timbang.

We have always believed that it is important regularly. Good nutrition may be a major
for all people and of all ages to eat a healthy challenge for persons with disabilities that have
diet that will meet their nutritional needs and difficulty in swallowing or chewing.
will not contribute to excessive weight gain or For a more inclusive Nutrition Program,
undernourishment. Eating healthy and controlling Nutritional Assessment of persons with
weight has not always been to do predominantly developmental disabilities in particular Autism,
for Persons with Disabilities. ADHD or intellectual Disability was conducted
Persons with disabilities have more through the Persons with Disabilities Affairs
difficulty in controlling their weight because they Division (PDAD) of the City Administrator’s
may not have independent choice in selecting Department. A total of 100 CWDs enrolled
the foods that they eat. In addition, their physical in public schools were weighed and being
limitations have reduced their ability to exercise monitored by the Division.

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Maps for Identifying Priority Concerns for Nutrition
Intervention and Identifying Top Ten Barangays
with Malnourished Children

Figure 10. Spot Map. Location Map of Mandaluyong City

The map shown above (Figure 10) is a Medical Center (LGU managed) and The National
location map of the City of Mandaluyong divided Center for Mental Health (National Government-
into 2 political districts. The legend therein gives owned). There are 2 privately managed hospitals
information on the location of health facilities, sites namely; Victor R. Potenciano Hospital located at
of innovative nutrition projects and barangays with Barangay Highway Hills and Unciano General
Non-Government Organization sponsored nutrition Hospital in Barangay Malamig. There are 27 health
intervention. centers and 2 lying-in clinics in the City and all are
The barangays under District I are Addition Philhealth accredited.
Hills, Bagong Silang, Burol, Daang Bakal, Hagdan All barangays have organized Breastfeeding
Bato Itaas, Hagdan Bato Libis, Harapin ang Bukas, Support Groups. The 2 Milk Storage areas are
Highway Hills, Mauway, New Zaniga, Pag-asa, located at the Breastfeeding Station of the City
Pleasant Hills, Poblacion and Wack-wack. The Hall Complex and at Block 37 Health Center in
barangays covered by District 2 are Barangka Barangay Addition Hills.
Drive, Barangka Ibaba, Barangka Ilaya, Barangka The barangays with NGO-sponsored nutrition
Itaas, Buayang Bato, Hulo, Mabini J. Rizal, projects are Barangays Pag-asa (Rotary Club of
Malamig, Namayan, Old Zaniga, Plainview, San Mandaluyong-Uptown), Addition Hills (Christ the
Jose and Vergara. The barangay with livelihood Living World and Soroptimist International), Bagong
projects linked with market outlets are Barangays Silang (Mandaluyong City Girl Scout Council) and
New Zaniga and Malamig. Barangka Ibaba (Hands of Mercy).
There are 2 government-owned hospital
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Maps for Identifying Priority Concerns for Nutrition
Intervention and Identifying Top Ten Barangays
with Malnourished Children

Figure 11. Spot Map. Weight-for-Age

The spot map shown above (Figure 11) gives ranked first at 1.557% or a total of 9 identified
details on the location of the top ten barangays underweight preschoolers. Barangays Buayang
in terms of the prevalence rate of malnutrition Bato and Wack-wack ranked the lowest with no
(combined underweight and severely underweight) identified underweight children. In terms of the
based on Weight-for-Age, Operation Timbang number of identified underweight and severely
Plus 2015 results. They are Barangays Pag-asa underweight children by district, District 1 has
(1.557%), Barangka Drive (1.286%), Old Zaniga the most number at 298 while District 2 has 178
(1.210%), Mabini J. Rizal (1.115%), Addition Hills children.
(1.047%), Pleasant Hills (0.991%), Plainview Most of the identified malnourished children
(0.937% ), Malamig (0.936%), Highway Hills were located in barangays with depressed areas or
(0.893%) and Hagdan Bato Itaas (0.856%). densely-populated urban poor areas.
In terms of the prevalence rate of undernutrition
among preschool children, Barangay Pag-asa

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Intervention and Identifying Top Ten Barangays
with Malnourished Children

Figure 12. Spot Map. Height/Length-for-Age

The spot map shown above (Figure 12) gives ranked first at 4.175% or a total of 42 identified
details on the location of the top ten barangays preschoolers (36 stunted and 6 severely stunted).
in terms of the prevalence rate of malnutrition Barangays Barangka Ibaba and Wack-wack ranked
(combined stunted and severely stunted) based on the lowest with no identified stunted children. In
Height/Length-for-Age, Operation Timbang Plus terms of the number of identified stunted and
2015 results. They are Barangays New Zaniga severely stunted children by district, District 1 has
(4.175%), Plainview (4.095%), Mauway (3.109%), the most number at 810 while District 2 has 391
Daang Bakal (3.069%), Addition Hills (3.035%), children.
Mabini J. Rizal (2.341%), Pleasant Hills (2.162%), Most of the identified malnourished children
Poblacion (1.914%), Hulo (1.781%) and Buayang were located in barangays with depressed areas or
Bato (1.622%). densely-populated urban poor areas.
In terms of the prevalence rate of stunting
among preschool children, Barangay New Zaniga

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Intervention and Identifying Top Ten Barangays
with Malnourished Children

Figure 13. Spot Map. Weight-for-Height/Length

The spot map shown above (Figure 13) gives ranked first at 8.112% or a total of 104 identified
details on the location of the top ten barangays preschoolers (67 wasted and 37 severely wasted).
in terms of the prevalence rate of malnutrition Barangays Barangka Ilaya, Buayang Bato,
(combined wasted and severely wasted) based Burol and Wack-wack ranked the lowest with no
on Weight-for-Length/Height, Operation Timbang identified wasted children. In terms of the number
Plus 2015 results. They are Barangays Malamig of identified wasted and severely wasted children
(8.112%), Mabini J. Rizal (3.679%), Addition by district, District 1 has the most number at 338
Hills (1.319%), Old Zaniga (1.290%), Mauway while District 2 has 239 children.
(1.215%), Hagdan Bato Itaas (0.856%), Barangka Most of the identified malnourished children
Itaas (0.842% ), Barangka Ibaba (0.746%), Daang were located in barangays with depressed areas or
Bakal (0.722%) and Highway Hills (0.720%). densely-populated urban poor areas.
In terms of the prevalence rate of wasting
among preschool children, Barangay Malamig

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Problem Tree Narrative
On Undernutrition TABLE 10.
Through the collective efforts done by the REGISTERED TB IN CHILDREN 0-14 YEARS OLD (2014)
CNC and partner agencies, many identified causes DOTS FACILITIES Number of Cases Registered
of under-nutrition have already been addressed. (Health Center) 2013 2014
However, the problem still exists due to some factors
1. A. T. Reyes 1 0
that the city needs to focus on.
Of the 55,666 preschool children weighed, 2. Bagong Silang 0 0
4.06% are found to be undernourished, composed 3. Barangka Ibaba/Itaas 6 17
of 0.86% Underweight, 1.04% Wasted, and 2.16% 4. Barangka Ilaya 1 4
Stunted. As shown in the PROBLEM TREE FOR 5. Block 38 3 8
UNDERNUTRITION (Figure14, next page), poor
6. Block 39 1 2
health status is one of the primary factors of under-
nutrition as evidenced by the reported Morbidity cases 7. Buayang Bato 2 0
among children under 5 years old (Table 9. 10 Leading 8. E. Rodriguez 0 6
Causes of Morbidity among Children Under 5 Years 9. Harapin ang Bukas 0 3
Old) where incidences of Acute Lower Respiratory 10. Highway Hills 1 5
Track Infection.Pneumonia, Diarrhea and Parasitism
11. I.Lopez 1 4
ranked 2nd, 5th, and 8th, respectively.
12. Ma. Clara 1 0
TABLE 9. 13. Mabini – J. Rizal 2 3
TEN (10) LEADING CAUSES OF MORBIDITY (UNDER 5 YEARS
OLD) 2013 AND 2014. SOURCE: CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 14. Makabayan 10 16
ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT 2014 15. Malamig 0 0
CY 2013 DISEASES NUMBER 16. Mauway 2 3
1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection 5,574 17. Namayan 1 2
2. Acute Lower Respiratory Tract 1,907 18. Pag-asa 0 0
Infection/Pneumonia 19. Panatag 2 13
3. Skin Diseases 1,632 20. People’s 3 5
4. Bronchitis/Bronchiolitis 932 21. Plainview 9 19
5. Acute Watery Diarrhea 469 22. Poblacion 4 11
6. Bronchial Asthma 351 23. San Jose 4 4
7. Parasitism 283 24. Saniboy 9 4
8. Wound Infection 128 25. Saniga 1 1
9. Urinary Tract Infection 100 26. Vergara 0 2
10. Chicken Pox 99 27. Welfareville 21 54
CY 2014 DISEASES NUMBER TOTAL 85 186
1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection 5,010
Source: City Health Department Annual Accomplishment Report
2. Acute Lower Respiratory Tract 1,998 2014
Infection/Pneumonia
3. Skin Diseases 1,083
compared to spending the same amount on other
4. Bronchitis/Bronchiolitis 635
domestic necessities.
5. Acute Watery Diarrhea 538
Despite availability of free health services, the
6. Bronchial Asthma 219 City Health Department recorded 3.79% Low birth
7. Wound Infection 150 weight in 2014, only 88.10% of the target pregnant
8. Parasitism 105 women were provided pre-natal care, and only
9. Urinary Tract Infection 85
81.20% of the target women have availed of Post-
partum Care of at least 3 home visits and 1 clinic visit.
10. Influenza 84
Unhealthy environment on the other hand
Source: City Health Department Annual Accomplishment Report
2014
is commonly observed in congested areas like
informal settlements present in almost all barangays
In addition, PTB cases among children 0-14 with undernourished children. Table 11 details the
years old were recorded at 186 in 2014 (Table 10). magnitude of informal settlers in the city as reported
Such incidences can be attributed to observed poor by the Mandaluyong Housing Development Board in
health-seeking behaviour of parents and unhealthy 2014. Based on the 2014 FHSIS, households without
environment. In some areas where the public health sanitary toilets (e.g. no septic tank, use of Antipolo
center is at a considerable distance from where type) are still present in these settlements comprising
the undernourished are concentrated e.g. Mauway at least 1.02% of the total households in the city.
Health Center, spending on a tricycle fare amounting Table 12 is an excerpt from the 2014 FHSIS Report
to P 25.00 for a medical consultation is not a priority on Environmental Sanitation.

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Figure 14. The Problem Tree - Undernutrition

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TABLE 11.
MAGNITUDE OF INFORMAL SETTLERS IN MANDALUYONG CITY

BARANGAY LOCATION # OF FAMILIES OWNER LAND AREA


a. Welfareville 22,000 LGU/DSWD 116H
Addition Hills b. Erlinda Fabella 136 LGU 2,909 sq.mts
c. Maytunas Creek 30 LGU
Bagong Silang Maytunas Creek 4
a. Kapalaran St. (Road Lot) 60 LGU
Barangka Drive
b. Halcon Extension (Road Lot) 32 LGU
a. Palali St. (Road Lot) 35 LGU
Barangka Ilaya
b. Lions Road (Park Lot #3) 100 LGU
Barangka Itaas Lot 4,5,&6 (Open Space) 50 LGU 736
a. Agudo St. (Road Lot) 50 LGU 1,300
b. Irid St. (Road Lot) 36 LGU
Barangka Ibaba
c. PNR Rail Road 80 LGU
d. Sacrepante St. (Estanislao Prop.) 18 LGU
a. Haig (Creek) San Juan River Maytunas 22 LGU Scheduled for
Daang Bakal
b. Kalentong (San Juan River) 12 LGU Relocation
a. 548 Calbayog Pasillio I (Ciriaco Reyes Cmpd) 25 Private 461
b. Calbayog Pasillio Zero (Ciriaco Reyes Cmpd) 42 Private CMP
Highway Hills
c. Calbayog Pasillio III (MaxGroth) 40 Private
d. Calbayog Pasilio IV (Black Village) 80 Private
Mabini J-Rizal Buhangin Creek 46 LGU
a. Arayat St. 82 Private
Malamig b. 754 26 Private
c. Talumpong 45 Private
Mauway Dr. Fernandez Ext. 30 Gov’t.
a. R. Pascual St. (Road Lot) 100 LGU
Pleasant Hills b. Triangle (Ildefonso Ong) for final awarding 34 LGU 2,000-Awarded
c. Madrigal Property (Pagong) 212 Private On-going Exprop.
a. Kayumanggi St. HOA Inc. 16 Private 244
b. 8 Katarungan St., HOA Inc. 8 Private
c. Sto. Rosario 38 GSIS-Gov’t.
Plainview
d. Florante St. (Dulo) 40 Private 535
e. San Miguel St. Bañez Prop. Lower 44 Private On-going construction
f. Malaya St. Benedicto Property 60 Private On-going Negotiation
Pag-asa Buhangin Creek 2
a. Buhangin Creek 65
Poblacion Private 2,172
b. Rev. Aglipay HOA Inc. 48
a. P. Gomez (Liwanag Prop.) 30 Private 1,452
Hagdan Bato Itaas b. I. Lopez Ext. (Road Lot) 35 LGU
c. Gonzaga St.-Bonifacio (Road Lot) 27 LGU
Hagdan Bato Libis Maytunas Creek 98
San Jose Buffer Lot, Ortigas 100 LGU 4,647
Vergara Entrance Linear Park, J.P. Rizal St. 20 Private
TOTAL 24,619
Source: Mandaluyong Housing Development Board

TABLE 12.
HEALTH CARE WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 2013 AND 2014

TOTAL NUMBER %
DESCRIPTION 2013 2014
Health Centers with syringe collection (every 15th and 30th of the month) 30 30
Households with access to improved or safe water 59,533 57,585 100
Households with sanitary toilet 58,213 57,001 98.98
Households with satisfactory disposal of solid waste 59,529 57,585 100
Households with complete basic sanitation facilities 58,234 57,001 98.98

Source: City Health Department Annual Accomplishment Report 2014

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Aggravating the poor sanitation condition is the the garbage collection route and schedule of the
presence of uncollected garbage in some areas in CEMD.
the city. While the City Environmental Management Table 13 summarizes the result of focused group
Department (CEMD) has regular schedule of truck discussions and interview with barangay officials as
collection posted in collection points, obvious regards environmental condition conducted by the
disregard of the schedule by some local constituents CPDO and included in the department’s 2015 Report
is evidenced by random piles of uncollected garbage on Existing Development Issues and Concerns in
along sidewalks and corner spaces. Map 2 illustrates Mandaluyong City.

Map 2. Garbage Collection Route

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TABLE 13.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION: WITH CASES OF WATER-BORNE DISEASES, STAGNANT WATER AND WASTE DUMPS
BARANGAY Yes No Remarks
1. Addition Hills The barangay utilizes 2 mini dump trucks and carts to collect in the interior areas, however, the number
of carts is insufficient to collect waste door-to-door due to the largeness of the area. Although CEMD has
regular collection schedule/mopping operation, still collection is insufficient due to the large volume of waste
generated. There is no collection/drop off point designated at the market
2. Bagong Silang a. Stagnant water is present at the back area of 1 residential structure along 29 de Agosto St. where 1 case
of dengue was reported.;
b. Cash-for-Work beneficiaries and barangay volunteers do regular cleaning to eliminate stagnant water and
prevent cases of water-borne diseases.
c. Drop-off point for solid wastes are located along San Clemente St. and J. Luna St. corner Martines St. where
truck collection is done on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. However, late arrival of collection trucks often
results to dispersion of uncollected wastes.
3. Barangka Drive Cash-for-Work/TUPAD beneficiaries assist in maintaining cleanliness especially during rainy days; there is
regular collection of solid wastes; Fumigation and installation of OV trap are done to prevent water-borne
diseases such as dengue
4. Barangka Ibaba Barangay maintains cleanliness through door-to-door collection by pushcart; with MRS; recyclables turned-
over to junkshop; has regular collection of wastes.
5. Barangka Ilaya
6. Barangka Itaas Barangay maintains cleanliness through Cash-for Work beneficiaries;. Sorting is done by Expedition Contrac-
tor of CEMD who regularly collects wastes.
7. Buayang Bato Barangay has recently received award as Dengue-free Barangay on June 1, 2015; cleanliness is maintained
by street sweepers; with MRF and 3 garbage carts collecting wastes
8. Burol a. Barangay staff doing the cleaning and IEC to maintain cleanliness in the community
b. Isolated cases of dumping of wastes at the CEMD designated collection point usually beyond the collection
schedule
9. Daang Bakal Barangay implements MRS through door-to-door collection of garbage; with regular collection by contractor
10. Hadgan Bato Itaas with regular collection by contractor
11. Hagdan Bato Libis a. Barangay has no MRS; Poblador St. corner Acacia Lane drop off point/collection point by contractor where
wastes are dumped even beyond scheduled collection hours;
b. Collection service by contractor is deemed insufficient.
12. Harapin Ang Bukas With regular SW collection by contractor; Task Force Dengue active
13. Highway Hills a. Barangay has no MRF to implement waste segregation.
b. Barangay street sweepers aided by Cash-for-Work beneficiaries clean 2x a day; Contractor has regular
collection schedule.
c. J. Fernandes is commonly used as dump site of wastes from caritons coming from nearby barangays
14. Hulo Stagnant water accumulate in pot holes near Talipapa during rainy days (Tiaga corner Pvt. Road)
CEMD has regular waste collection but still wastes accumulate along San Francisco St. (Plainview)
15. Mabini – J. Rizal a. Barangay is concerned on source of Dengue since most victims are students
b. Barangay spread Mosquicide powder in areas with stagnant water to prevent larvae reproduction
16. Malamig
17. Mauway Stagnant water accumulate in canals in Puroks 2 & 3, however, barangay conducts regular cleaning aided by
Cash-for-work beneficiaries.
18. Namayan a. with reported cases of Dengue;
b. barangay maintains cleanliness aided by Cash-for- Work beneficiaries.
c. Barangay has no MRS; Contractor collects wastes regularly
19. New Zaniga Passersby throwing garbage in public spaces indiscriminately are commonly observed.
20. Old Zaniga a. Barangay maintains cleanliness aided by Cash-for-Work beneficiaries.
b. Barangay experiences difficulty is scheduling with CEMD for pick-up of wastes, debris, cut tree branches and
silt removed from drainage facility and creek.
21. Pag-asa a. Barangay had cases of dengue but coordinates with CHO on distribution of mosquicide powder and putting
up of OV traps
b. Contractor collects wastes regularly but leftover solid wastes from the markets went to the drainage system
22. Plainview a. Stagnant water accumulating in front of Plainview Elementary School, San Joaquin, Sto. Rosario, San Ignacio
Sts.
b. Has regular waste collection by contractor, however, there are still complaints of absence of truck collection
service in some areas.
c. Barangay aids waste collection and de-silting of drainage through Cash-for-Work beneficiaries using sacks
as temporary storage before discharging to Vergara dump site
23. Pleasant Hills
24. Poblacion a. With reported cases of dengue but uncertain if cause is local
b. Accumulation of Stagnant water is prevented thru regular cleaning aided by Cash-for-Work beneficiaries
c. Regular collection of waste by barangay and Contractor
25. San Jose a. Waste dumps are observed along P. Cruz and R.O. Santos Sts.
b. Insufficient waste collection service by Contractor due to small capacity of truck resulting to leftover wastes
scattered on the road
c. Barangay augments waste management service aided by Cash-for-Work beneficiaries
26. Vergara Barangay has MRS, conducts door-to-door collection of waste; with regular collection by Contractor
27. Wack-Wack
Source: City Planning and Development Department, Report on Existing Development Issues and Concerns in Mandaluyong City ,
October 2015.
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Branching on the left side of the Problem Tree members in patronizing milk formulas as a healthier
is Inadequate Food Intake being the other identified source of nutrition for their infants. They would insist
primary factor of under-nutrition. Contributory to this that they don’t have the ability to produce milk or they
are household food insecurity, poor IYCF practices, are busy working. Some working moms lack support
and inadequate care for mothers and children. from other groups as to options on how they can still
Household food insecurity is often the outcome breastfeed their child even if they are away from home.
of having too many mouths to feed coupled with low Another underlying causes are the poor child
buying capacity to fill up the food basket. In spite care given by the parents . Whether working or
of an extensive promotion of Family Planning in not, parents don’t give much attention in providing
the community, many families were still hesitant to essential care to their children especially in serving
practice the method. Misconceptions about the effects food. Many have limited knowledge on preparing high
of FP methods remained an issue especially with the nutrient density food on the table.
head of the family. Some were tied with their religious Lack of parental capacity can also be attributed
beliefs that they found it “sinful” to deter conception of to early or unplanned pregnancy especially among
a child. teenagers. As reported by the City Civil Registry
Extended families adds up to the burden of Department, a total of 693 women below 20 years
equal distribution of food for other members. Adults of age including those in the 10-14 years age group
get the bigger share and the children, with the notion have given birth in 2014 which is 1.9% higher than in
that they still eat less, would get the lesser servings. 2013. Table 1 on page 31 details the number of births
Informal sector such as vendors, small to women of specific age group in Mandaluyong in
construction workers (unskilled), househelp, PUV 2013 and 2014.
drivers and personal services e.g. manicurist, massage In retrospect, Inadequate Food Intake and Poor
therapist, laundry women. With the exception of Health Status have reciprocal effects. Inadequate
those employed in the government, majority of the food intake leads to lower resistance to infections and
employed are in the minimum daily wage levels. A illnesses while poor health status often result to loss
glimpse of the family profile of the undernourished of appetite.
children shows that majority of these workers are In effect, being underweight results to low
not even gainfully employed due to lack of skills and absorptive capacity of the brain for new knowledge
qualification for good paying jobs with tenure. As as is often observed in poor learners in school.
reported by the Public Employment Service Office Underachievement in education and low functional
(PESO), unemployment rate for the city’s estimated literacy follow which are the most common reasons for
labor force in 2014 is 9.80%. unemployment. Poor physique of a job applicant as a
To supplement low income, backyard gardening result of underweight, wasting and stunting influences
is a potential source of household food supply. first impression and judgement of potential employers
However, limited space is a distinct problem in making such applicant a low priority for hiring as
informal settlements, hence, food insecurity remains compared to other healthy-looking job applicants.
a problem. The problem reaches a full circle when the
For infants, the underlying cause identified was unemployed individual enters the familial status
the poor feeding practices. Mothers still don’t realize without the capacity to support the basic needs
the importance of breastfeeding their young children. of the family, thus creating the cyclic problem of
They were still influenced by media and other family undernutrition.

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On Overnutrition
In Mandaluyong City, there was an decreasing increasing sedentary nature of many forms of work,
trend in the prevalence of overweight among like more time is spent on electric gadgets. This is
preschool children. Based on the 3-year Operation the result of the presence of television, computer,
Timbang conducted from 2013-2015, the results were tablets and the like on majority of the household in the
as follow: 0.54% in 2013, 0.45% in 2014, and 0.36% community. Aside from the availability of electornic
in 2015. gadgets, we can observe an increased number of
Among school children, the city’s overweight computer shops and internet cafes in the city. Another
and obese decreased from 2013-2015 which were reason is the limited time for physical activities in
recorded at 5.53% in 2013, 4.10% in 2014 and school. This is due to the new curriculums in school
1.85% in 2015. that also need extra time, thus time for exercise or
Figure 15 shows that there are two identified sports in school is affected.
primary causes of overnutrition: Increased Food The lack of open spaces for recreation and
Intake and Limited Physical Activity. sports in the community also influenced the tendency
Increased Food Intake is largely influenced by to become couch potatoes of children and even adults.
proliferation of street foods, fast food chains and The primary causes of ovenutrition among
convenience stores open 24/7. children are somewhat interalated and parents have
Unhealthy food choices became a pattern that a big contribution on its prevention.
can be seen in most families with either overweight Obesity in children has doubled the past couple
or obese due to accesibility to enumerable fast foods. of decades, tripled the past 30 years. If the trend is
Thus, it affects the eating habits of every member allowed to continue through parental neglect, inaction
of the familly. Commonly, foods from fast foods are or indifference, it is conceivable that obesity will
energy-densed which are high in fat, which contribute quadruple in another ten years. And since obesity
a lot in the increase in weight. Aside from the reasons increases the risk for diseases, like hypertension,
mentioned, overnutrition among childlren and their diabetes and other metabolic illneses, heart attack,
family is affected by the good promotion of food chains stroke and cancer, longevity would obviously suffer.
through media. Another reason for overnutrition (Article by Dr. Philip S. Chua, published April 13, 2013,
among children starts from the poor feeding practices Asian Journal.com)
given by caregivers. This is affected by the poor Overweight and obesity, therefore, as the other
knowledge on how to properly feed their children from end of malnutrition, also need to be the focus or
birth up to the time their children learn to feed on their priority of the local government.
own.
One of the fundamental cause of obesity and
overweight is limited physical activity, due to the

Figure 15. The Problem Tree - Overnutrition

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Efforts to Address Malnutrition
Based on the experiences from the previous years, the city continued to implement its three-tiered
approach to address malnutrition using the priority nutrition action of the Philippine Plan of Action in selecting
the best combination of interventions:
1. City-level intervention through the CNC
2. School-based intervention involving all 18 public elementary schools
3. Barangay-based intervention through the BNCs

City-level Intervention
The downward trend in prevalence rates of underweight and severely underweight and overweight among
preschool children as shown previously in Figures 4 and 5 can be attributed to the following:
1. Effective implementation of feeding programs, both city-sponsored and NGO sponsored
2. Promotion of good nutrition through Nutrition Education such as Mothers’ Class, Bench Conference,
Counseling, Cooking Demo, Distribution of Nutrition IEC Materials, among others
3. Conduct of livelihood activities for mothers of malnourished children
4. Close coordination between the CNC and BNCs in the implementation of identified PPAs in the
CNAP directly benefiting the barangays

School-based Interventions
Obtaining accurate baseline information on weight and height is critical to the identification of problems
in malnutrition among school children. The training of school personnel in getting accurate measurement
and the acquisition of new weighing scales ensured the proper targeting of wasted, severely wasted,
overweight and obese school children for nutrition intervention. The complete adherence to the restrictions
against selling of soft drinks and junk foods in school canteens in compliance with DepEd Order No. 8
series of 2007 and City Ordinance No. 551, series of 2014, “Revised Implementing Guidelines on the
Operation and Management of School Canteens in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools” has
significantly contributed to the continued improvement of nutritional status of school children from 2013 to
2015. In addition, the integration of Nutrition in elementary school curriculum and the implementation of
the Gulayan sa Paaralan Project as initiated by the CNC have greatly increased the level of awareness of
school population as well as parents of school children not only on the nutritional benefits of vegetables
but also on the techniques and benefits of growing vegetables even in small spaces. The school gardens
serve as the main source of vegetables in the daily menu for the school feeding program.

Barangay-based Interventions
Increased level of awareness and support given by the Barangay Chairpersons as head of the BNCs
significantly boosted performance of nutrition intervention at the barangay level. Allocation of barangay
funds for nutrition program and adoption of various barangay legislations with relevance to nutrition,
livelihood and environmental protection helped strengthen the city’s fight against malnutrition. Furthermore,
being at the grassroots level, the BNCs took the greater responsibility of identifying the real extent of the
problems in malnutrition and bringing to the community the necessary interventions with the assistance
of the city and the various non-governmental organizations and civic organizations with nutrition and
livelihood related programs and projects. More so, the BNCs continuously undertake the following:
1. Intensive and participatory planning for nutrition program
2. Effective implementation of the different nutrition interventions planned
3. Organization/Establishment of innovative projects on health and nutrition in collaboration with the
different organizations, agencies and sectors who can help in improving nutritional status of children
4. Periodic training of Nutrition Service Providers to keep them updated with recent nutrition strategies.

To parallel the school effort in making vegetables regular part of the daily dietary intake of children,
the barangays also established and maintain vegetable gardens wherever space permits such as vacant
lots within the vicinity of health centers and barangay halls, terracotta pots and makeshift containers
arranged in roof deck gardens and vertical frames. Involvement of the community in particular families of
the identified malnourished children in the maintenance of the vegetable garden, as well as giving them
priority harvest of the produce has helped improve their attitude and determination to rid of malnutrition in
their children.

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Mandaluyong’s Adoption of PPAN
Implementation of Programs and Projects
1. PROMOTION OF DESIRABLE IYC PRACTICES
• Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) Practices
A. Breastfeeding BLITZ (An intensive campaign on breastfeeding in schools)
Breastfeeding Blitz is an innovative project involving the intensive campaign of breastfeeding in
schools.The term, “Blitz” or short for Blitzkrieg means intensive campaign.We first heard of the birds
and the bees from our immediate family. Our first formal “ABCs” was taught in school by our teachers.
Whatever our teacher taught us we take it as a commandment in our daily living. Breastfeeding Blitz
calls on schools to advocate Breastfeeding so students can relay to their mothers the importance of
breastfeeding in the family. Mothers of students (in their reproductive age) are also targets, since they
will soon breastfeed their child. Teachers and Non Uniformed personnel are encouraged to join the
advocacy to be models to their students and parents, to express and store milk properly while in school.
During the campaign, they are given lectures on the importance of breastmilk and breastfeeding, the
breastfeeding techniques: attachment, positioning, expressing breastmilk, cupfeeding and storage. A
simple practicum and open forum is also done in every campaign. Awareness on facility based delivery
is also stressed as well as infant feeding in emergencies during calamities when the school is being
used as evacuation area is also mentioned.
Breastfeeding Blitz also marks the installation of the Breastfeeding Room in the respective
schools who has undergone BF Blitz. This recognizes their belief that breastfeeding is very important in
the mind-building and body-building development of the child. Teachers and Non Uniformed Personnel
coming from their Maternity Leave are also encouraged to express breastmilk so they can continue
bringing home to their child their breastmilk and to keep up their supply of breastmilk. They are given
time to put up their own Breastfeeding Room in their respective schools. To date, Mandaluyong City
has already done 14 Breastfeeding Blitz and installed 14 Breastfeeding Rooms out of 18 Elementary
Schools.
Breastfeeding Blitz also marks the installation of the Breastfeeding Room in the respective
schools who has undergone BF Blitz. This recognizes their belief that breastfeeding is very important in
the mind-building and body-building development of the child. Teachers and Non Uniformed Personnel
coming from their Maternity Leave are also encouraged to express breastmilk so they can continue
bringing home to their child their breastmilk and to keep up their supply of breastmilk. They are given
time to put up their own Breastfeeding Room in their respective schools. To date, Mandaluyong City
has already done 14 Breastfeeding Blitz and installed 14 Breastfeeding Rooms out of 18 Elementary
Schools.

Dr. Sabalvaro explains the importance of breastfeeding to the participants of the Breastfeeding Blitz conducted in
Barangay Addition Hills and Pleasant Hills.

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B. Breastfeeding Terminal
Breastfeeding Terminal is Mandaluyong City’s version of Breastfeeding Room in Day Care
Centers. It was launched last September 2014. Mothers waiting for their child in Day Care Centers
are usually seen outside the premises sitting in the side streets and gutters. This poses danger to the
mother and child. The Terminal or Breastfeeding Stop creates a breastfeeding environment both for the
mother and child to ensure continuation of breastfeeding at home and in school. Mothers are allowed to
use a Breastfeeding Cover while at the Terminal or breastfeed their child as they do at home. It gives
the breastfeeding dyad a safe place to continue their breastfeeding while showing other mothers that…
Breastfeeding is Welcome Here! To date, all Day Care Center far from the access of a Breastfeeding
Room in Schools and Health Centers have their own Breastfeeding Terminal.

Mayor Abalos leads the launching of the Breastfeeding Terminal in all day care centers in the city.

C. ERPAT for Breastfeeding


“Fathers play a critical role in family life,” World Vision Philippines said.
By expanding men’s understanding of issues on maternal and child health, they are empowered
to take simple steps in improving the health of their families. These strategies need not be expensive
and complex. Fathers can assist mothers in childbirth and breastfeeding.

DADDY. Ensuring the health and welfare of children is a responsibility shared by both moms and dads.

Fathers are nurturers too.Raising healthy children is a responsibility shared by both mothers
and fathers.Traditionally, fathers are often seen as the one in control of the family’s purse string and
decision-making.However, not all fathers are well informed about their role in maternal and infant
health.The active participation of fathers in improving the health outcomes of women and children can
greatly change a whole community.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) all over the globe, such as World Vision, have recently
started including men in the maternal and child health work efforts for fathers all over the globe.

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In the Philippines, the initiative of the fathers is rarely seen or highlighted. But it is undeniable that
fathers share a vital role in the rearing of an infant. While unable to provide breast milk them, fathers
can give emotional support to mothers who breastfeed.

Members of ERPAT of the Mandaluyong City Social Welfare Development listen to the lecture of Dr. Sabalvaro on
the importance of breastfeeding among lactating mothers.

ERPAT. Erpat is not just slang for dad, it also means “Empowerment Reaffirmation of Paternal
Abilities and Trainings.” Fathers are encouraged to support their partners in nurturing their children.
Photo from Shari Ludovina Sabalvaro

ERPAT stands for the “Empowerment Reaffirmation of Paternal Abilities and Trainings” – it is an
organization of fathers established by the Mandaluyong City Social Welfare Development Office. The
initiative was made possible by Dr Shari Ludovina Sabalvaro, coordinator of the Mandaluyong City
Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF).

IYCF promotes, protects, and supports breastfeeding.

“ERPAT was formerly a slang term for father, but now it’s an important translation in the DSWD
parlance,” Sablavaro said.

The ERPATs were given different kinds of training such as:


• The importance of breastfeeding
• How to position and attach a baby to the breast
• Cupfeeding
• How to approach breast conditions
• How to be a supportive partner and father

“With the ERPAT in every family and community the benefits of breastfeeding are virtually
practiced,” Sabalvaro said.

The father can then support his partner in exclusively breastfeeding his child. Fathers could also
influence and encourage other fathers to promote breastfeeding.

“Teaching fathers how to prevent and to manage the most common lactation difficulties is
associated with higher rates of full breastfeeding at 6 months. Studies show that when a nursing mother
has a ‘significant other’ who is educated about and supports her choice to breastfeed she is much more
likely to be successful at it,” Sabalvaro explained.

There is an ERPAT in every barangay in Mandaluyong City, with partnerships with DSWD, the City
Health Office, and IYCF.

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These support groups are also tapped during emergencies to safeguard the practice of
breastfeeding in evacuation camps. In the future, they wish to expand their services across the country.

ERPAT for Breastfeeding in Mandaluyong City started in 2013. This was a concerted effort between
CSWD of Mandaluyong City and IYCF Task Force. The Department of Social Welfare and Development
(DSWD) has initiated the program Empowerment and Reaffirmation of Paternal Abilities (ERPAT) to
strengthen fathers’ parenting skills. ERPAT gives importance to the development and enrichment of
knowledge, attitude, and skills of fathers in performing their paternal roles and responsibilities.

Some of the lecture demonstrations during the conduct of ERPAT for breastfeeding in the city.

The primary role of the IYCF Task force was to empower them to be advocates of breastfeeding
in their own families and friends. During the orientation, ERPATs were given basic knowledge on
breastmilk and breastfeeding, techniques such as Attachment, Positioning, Cupfeeding, Expressing
Breastmilk and how to be a supportive father for breastfeeding. A simple practicum and Open Forum
was done after the lectures. Surprisingly, fathers were very attentive to the lecture, they asked sensible
questions and their attention span was outstanding! From 3 barangays forming Batch 1 and another
3 barangays as Batch 2 in 2013, ERPAT has not lost its charm to attract other ERPATs to attend
the Orientation. Last 2014, another batch (3) from 3 barangays were invited to attend the Training/
Orientation. We believe that the role of the father in breastfeeding is a very strong advocate within the
family and the community. Their belief can encourage their partners to continue breastfeeding and have
healthy children.

D. Breastfeeding Patrol
The Breastfeeding Patrol (BFP) is a community support group in barangays composed of mothers
with successful breastfeeding experiences.

These mothers undergo training, they then provide counseling to other mothers with breastfeeding
issues.

The group currently has 320 active members and has counselled 3,700 lactating mothers. This
initiative alone improved Mandaluyong’s exclusive breastfeeding rate to 93%.

This helps mothers sustain exclusive breastfeeding. This thrust is translated into their slogan
“Protektado ang Pamilya sa Gatas ng Ina.” (With mom’s milk, the family is protected.)

BFP began in 2012 with only 3 participating barangays in Mandaluyong, but it now plans to
expand its coverage in June.

ERPAT and the BFP are the first-ever initiatives in the country to promote, protect and support
breastfeeding in every household.

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E. ASCIM FOR Breastfeeding
Association of Senior Citizens in Mandaluyong City (ASCIM) as mentioned is the association
of elderlies in Mandaluyong City. The idea of inviting the elderlies to a breastfeeding orientation was
absurd to many. But Breastfeeding-wise, it will help in creating awareness to our grandparents on how
they can help to support their children, “manugangs” and grandchildren in breastfeeding.
The idea of having their breastfeeding beliefs be known today as Breastfeeding misconceptions
will somewhat create chaos within. The Misconceptions were also coupled with questions on Cancer
and Breastfeeding. The lecture on breastmilk and breastfeeding, techniques and return demo was
enjoyed by both the grandmothers and grandfathers. The Breastfeeding Misconceptions on the other
hand was somewhat repulsed by a few. But at the end, the grannies were proud that in their own little
way they can support/help their children in nursing their precious grandchildren.
The next batch may tell a different story.

Members of the Association of Senior Citizens in Mandaluyong City (ASCIM) during the lecture on breastfeeding at the ex-
ecutive building, creating awareness to our grandparents on how they can help to support their children, “manugangs” and
grandchildren in breastfeeding.

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2. MICRONUTRIENT PROGRAM
INTRODUCTION
Malnutrition is a condition of the body
resulting from lack or excess of one or more
important nutrients. It is also a condition in which
an individual cannot perform well at such things
as physical work, physical growth, pregnancy,
lactation and resisting or recovering from sickness.

Various forms of malnutrition continue to afflict
Filipino children and adults as well. These are:

PROTEIN- ENERGY MALNUTRITION (PEM)


A condition resulting from the lack of intake of energy or protein or both, characterized by marked
loss of weight (pagkapayat) and failure to grow (pagkapandak or pagkapunggok).

Effects of Protein - Energy Malnutrition:


• Stunted physical and mental development
• High risk to infections
• Lower school performance
• Lower level of productivity
• In extreme cases. Death

Three forms of Protein - Energy Malnutrition:


1. Underweight. A child’s weight is lower than that of normal children of the same age and sex;
may indicate stunting or wasting or both.
2. Under height or Stunting. A child’s height is lower than that of normal children of the same
age and sex; indicates continued deprivation of food and frequent infections over a prolonged
period of time.
3. Wasting or Thinness. A child’s weight is lower than that of normal children of the same height
and sex; indicates deprivation of food or bout of infection in the immediate past.

Results of the 2011 Updating of Nutritional Status of Filipinos conducted by the Food and Nutrition
Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (FNRI-DOST) showed that:
• Gross skeletal retardation and delayed tendon reflexes
• Increased mortality among children
• Lower levels of productivity among adults

Results of the 2088 NNS showed increase in the prevalence of IDD but still with level below that
considered of public health significance, at least among children, 6-12 years old. The national
median for urinary iodine excretion (UIE) among children 6-12 years old is 132 ug/L where the
acceptable level is at 100 ug/L . About 20 out of every 100 children have moderate to severe IDD.
However, iodine deficiency may be a more women. Median UIE among pregnant and lactating
women. Median UIE among pregnant women is at 105 ug/L and among lactating women is 81
ug/L level, respectively, recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY DISORDER


VADD is caused by low intake of animal foods, and green leafy and yellow vegetables
and yellow fruits, which are rich sources of Vitamin A. It may also be due to poor absorption and
utilization due to low intake of fats in the diet. VADD may also result from severe infections.

A common consequence of VADD is night- blindness or matang manok, which is the difficulty or
inability to see in the dark, among others. Frequent and severe infections occur, which may result
to death in extreme cases. The deficiency also results to poor growth.

The 2008 NNS showed decrease in the prevalence of VADD in the country and is below the cut-
off point for a public health problem(15%) except for children 6 months to 5 years.
• 15 out of every 100 children, 6 months to 5 years , are deficient in Vitamin A.
• 10 out of every 100 pregnant women and 6 out of every 100 lactating women are deficiency
in Vitamin A.

- Administration of pharmaceutically prepared micronutrient to target groups for treatment or
prevention of specific micronutrient deficiency.

- Given as a temporary measure to immediately correct the deficiency while the more long term
intervention is being put into place.

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OBJECTIVE
To cure and prevent nutritional deficiencies in Vitamin A, iron and iodine through provision of Vitamin A capsules,
iron tablets, syrup and drops and iodine to maintain body’s stores

TARGET GROUPS
1. Infants 6-11 months
2. Pre-school children 12-71 months
3. Malnourished children- UW and SUW
4. Malnourished school children 6-12 years old
5. Pregnant and lactating women

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Availability of micronutrient supplements

1. Vitamin A Capsules
a. 1 cap (200,000 IU) for 12-71 mos.
b. 1 cap (100,000 IU) for infants 6-11 mos. during measles immunization
c.1 cap (200,000 IU) for post-partum women within 1 month after delivery
d. 1 cap (10,000 IU) for pregnant women

2. Ferrous Sulfate
a. Iron tablets – 60 mg elemental iron with 400 mcg. Folic acid provided to pregnant women, 1 tablet/day for
6 months or 180 days 1 tablet/day for lactating women for 3 months or 90 days.
b. Iron Syrup – 30 mg elemental iron per 0.6 ml. provided to children 12-71 mos.
c .Iron Drops – 15 mg elemental iron per 0.6 ml. provided to infants 6-11 mos.

3. Deworming - I cap for 12-71 months.

Vitamin A capsule are given to preschool and school children.

Barangay Nutrition Scholar conducts deworming among preschool children.

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3. FOOD FORTIFICATION PROGRAM
Food Fortification is the addition of micronutrients, particularly Vitamin A, Iron and Iodine which are usually
deficient in the Filipino diet, to the food or seasoning widely consumed by specific at- risk population groups.

A. Intensive campaign for utilization of fortified food products and staple foods with the Sangkap Pinoy Seal.

B. Intensive Campaign and monitoring of iodization through the Patak Asin Program of the DOH.

C. Intensive campaign for the utilization of fortified flour ion bakeries.


• RA 8172 – Iodized Salt
• RA 8976- Staples (Rice, Sugar, Flour and Cooking Oil)

Salt Testing and staple foods with Sangkap Pinoy Seal.

- It involves the addition of essential micronutrients to widely consume food products at levels above the
natural state.

- Recognized as a long-term intervention in the elimination of micronutrient malnutrition

OBJECTIVE
1. To promote consumption of fortified food thereby contributing to the elimination of micronutrient malnutrition.

TARGET GROUPS
1. Families of UW and SUW pre-schoolers
2. Other Families
3. Food Establishments ( carinderias, sari-sari stores, bakeries, school, canteens)
4. Market Stalls and Talipapa

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
1. Availability of Iodized Salt
2. List of products given Sangkap Pinoy Seals

Salt Testing in household and bakery.

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4. HOME, SCHOOL, COMMUNITY FOOD PRODUCTION PROGRAM
As a long term solution to protein- energy and micronutrient malnutrition, School and Community food
Production Program ensures availability of household nutritious foods through food production at the
backyard community and schools.

Food Production is recommended through the following activities:


a. Intensive food production campaign in the household, community and school.
b. Seeds and seedlings distribution
c. Establishment of Urban garden at home, school, community using the FAITH gardening approach.
d. Alay Tanim Pangkabuhayan for the Schools.
e. Small Animal Dispersal
f. Gulayan sa Masa of the Department of Agriculture

Involves the establishment of home, community & school gardens using the biointensive gardening (BIG)
technology and other regenerative methods. This program includes also small animal raising and dispersal
of agriculture projects

OBJECTIVE
1. The intervention aims to produce foods that could increase the amount of foods consumed at the
household level and possibly increase income by selling extra produce

TARGET GROUPS
1. Families of UW and SUW pre-schoolers
2. Other Families
3. Barangay
4. Schools

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
1. Availability of the following:
• Seeds or seedlings, garden tools, water supply
• Land or adequate space

Distribution of fruit and vegetables seedlings to the barangay health workers.

Homeyard garden and some of the crops harvested (eggplant and patola).

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5. FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Food Assistance Program is a short term intervention that involves provision of food supplements to
nutritionally vulnerable groups and at-risk household. It is one of the City’s priority program which serves as
a “stop-gap” measure in improving the nutritional status of underweight preschool children, wasted school
children and at-risk pregnant and/or lactating women.

The program’s objective is to provide at least one third of the recommended daily food allowance of the
target groups through food supplements to improve and/or rehabilitate their nutritional status.

Activities under the program include the following:


• Center-based feeding
• Dry Food Rationing
• Emergency Feeding Assistance for families in crisis situation

Supplementary feeding in Mandaluyong is conducted in the community, in Daycare Centers and in Public
Elementary Schools (PES). In the community, majority of supplementary feeding is supervised and monitored
by the BNS and others by Teachers of Supervised Neighborhood Play Areas in some areas. In Daycare
Centers and Public Elementary Schools, feeding is attended and monitored by the Teachers.

Target groups for Food Assistance include underweight and severely underweight preschool children,
Daycare pupils and wasted and or severely wasted students of Public Elementary Schools, pregnant women
and families in crisis situation.

For City funded feeding, nutritious lunch is given to identified underweight and severely underweight
preschool children in the barangay for 90 days, through catering. Caterers were assigned with Barangays
and were given weekly menu and budget through the Nutrition Office. Caterers deliver the food everyday
and in coordination with the BNS, food is given to the identified beneficiaries in the feeding area.

In the community, mothercraft approach is adapted whereas the mothers or caregivers participate in the
program implementation.

Dry food rationing is conducted to barangays with small number of underweight and also to pregnant women.
Supplementary feeding for Public Elementary Schools and Daycare Centers involve the daily provision of
either lunch or snacks to all wasted children enrolled in Grades 1-6 and all preschoolers enrolled in daycare
centers for 120 days to mitigate hunger and malnutrition.

Launching of the feeding program in the city

Actual feeding in the barangay.

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Children smile while having snacks as part of the supplemental feeding of the city in line with the Oplan Balik Timbang-Balik Sigla
Feeding Program

Pregnant mothers from Barangay Addition Hills receive bagful of groceries as part of the Dry Ration Feeding.

Distribution of food commodities to all pregant mothers (top). A child receives a nutritious meal (right).

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6. NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM
Nutrition Information, Communication and Education is a process ofacquiring knowledge, developing
desirable attitudes and practices to ensure nutritional well-being. Nutrition education play a vital role in
promoting food security, as it is, especially important for poor households to make optimal use of local foods
and practice healthy eating pattern. Nutrition education is a multidisciplinary effort based on the fact that
malnutrition occurs due to a number of interrelated factors.

A nutrition education integrated into other program that addresses direct and indirect cause of malnutrition
are more effective than when implemented by itself. It can be combined with feeding program, food
production campaign such as backyard gardening, healthy lifestyle activities, maternal and child health
programs and other health and nutrition related intervention.

Promoting better eating habits and positive health behavior is a challenging task in the over-all efforts to
improve nutrition status and change behavior regarding foods and eating habits. It is in this context that the
Mandaluyong City Nutrition Committee institutionalized conduct of different nutrition education approaches
to address the problem of undernutrition and overnutrition. Likewise, services were integrated as a result of
collaborative efforts among the member agencies of the City Nutrition Committee.

OBJECTIVES:
In order to attain the goal of reducing malnutrition rates in the city through the implementation of nutrition
information, communication and education programs, the following objectives were set.

General Objectives:

1. To improve the knowledge, attitude and practice on health and nutrition


among mothers or caregivers of malnourished preschool children, school
children, pregnant and lactating women.

2. To develop desirable eating habits and proper food choices to ensure


nutritional well-being.

Specific Objectives:
1. To conduct quarterly mothers classes among mothers or caregivers of malnourished children,
pregnant and lactating women.

2. To conduct PabasasaNutrisyon among target mothers or caregivers of malnourished children,


pregnant and lactating women.

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3. To conduct cooking demo about low-cost but delicious meal among mothers of malnourished
children, pregnant and lactating women.

4. To give nutrition counseling on desirable eating habits and nutritional needs of malnourished children,
pregnant and lactating women.

5. To conduct monthly bench conference on nutrition and health amongpregnant, lactating women and
mother or caregivers of malnourished children.

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6. To conduct home visit, follow-up and outreach activities among pregnant, lactating women and
families with malnourished children.

7. To develop, reproduce and distribute nutrition information, education and campaign materials
in schools, nutritionally depressed barangay ,other barangay and target beneficiaries such as
mothers or caregivers of malnourished children, pregnant and lactating women.

8. To develop and post billboards or signages


onnutrition in public schools, nutritionally
depressed barangay and other barangay.

9. To promote and sustain exclusive breastfeeding and proper young child feeding practices among
mothers in the community, workplaces and among target mothers or caregivers of malnourished
children,pregnant and lactating women.

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10. To promote and increase awareness on
Nutritional Guidelines for Filipinos among
public elementary schools, nutritionally
depressed barangay and other barangay.

11. To campaign for increase vegetable


consumption and eggducation among public
elementary schools, nutritionally depressed
barangay, other barangay, pregnant,
lactating women and mother or caregiver of
malnourished children.

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7. SAFE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY

A project of the city in collaboration with Manila Water to provide safe,


clean and potable water in school and in the barangays.

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8. LIVELIHOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Livelihood Assistance Program aims to provide poor and malnourished households with access
to credit and livelihood opportunities that would help them cope with acute food shortage and prevent
malnutrition in the long term. Priority targets for this intervention are families with underweight children. This
program includes activities namely:

a. Linkage with credit institutions and cooperatives to facilitate referral of target beneficiaries to
capital assistance or material assistance for livelihood activities.
b. Skills training on enterprise management, basic accounting

Livelihood products of Barangay New Zaniga and Barangay BNS Grace Tamayo during one of the livelihood activities in her
Malamig. barangay.

Objectives:
To provide additional source of income to the family which could result to increased purchase and
consumption of foods.

Target Groups:
1. Families of UW and SUW pre-schoolers
2. Other families

Requirements:
1. Funding windows or sources for cash money
2. Funds to purchase initial materials for IGP trainings
3. Resource persons for IGP trainings and training modules

Fish deboning training.

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Trendy balloon training

Candle Making

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9. PROMOTION OF DESIRABLE NUTRITION & LIFESTYLE BEHAVIOR
Promotion of healthy lifestyle anchored on healthy eating, increased physical activity, managing stress, no
smoking and drinking of alcohol in the community, school and workplace.
A. Zumba Caravan “Sayaw para sa Kalusugan”
Zumba Cararvan, derived from the now-famous aero-dance craze “Zumba”, is a weekly event where the
caravan visits different Barangays in Mandaluyong to promote health and wellness through offering free
aero-dance session to its residents.

Project Objectives:
This project aims to bring and increase awareness on health and wellness on to the different communities
and barangays in Mandaluyong. It intends to educate the people regarding the positive effects of exercise
on their general physical condition and at the same time, serves as an avenue where city residents can
mingle and have fun together while dancing their way towards a healthy lifestyle.

Target Beneficiaries:
Madaluyong residents, especially those who fall under the category of “fat”, “obese or overweight”.

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C. MandaRun/Monthy Fun Run
A wellness program spearheaded by Mayor Abalos that promotes healthy lifestyle and living among
city hall employees, students, police personnel and jogger/running enthusiasts.

Thousands of residents participate in the MandaRUN project of the city every Saturday morning (top). Joggers check their weight
and body mass index after the activity.

Takbo para sa Kabataan Obesity Run. Takbo labas sa Obesity

C. Zumba for Employees/ZumbaCaravan


Mayor Abalos and Mrs. Menchie Abalos spearheaded free Zumba for city employees from Monday
to Thursdays. In the barangay, Council Charisse Abalos through the City Nutrition Committee conducts
ZumbaCaravan and Zumba Kids every weekend.

Zumba for city employees. Zumba in the barangay.

Children enjoy the beat of the music during the conduct of ZumbaKids in the barangay
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10. NUTRITION IN DESIRABLE RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

The City Nutrition Committee make sure that evacuees are served nutritious foods after the disaster. Infant in Emergencies
Feeding (IFE) training is also conducted among disaster evacuees and monitored by City IYCF Coordinator Dra Shari Sabalvaro.

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11. NUTRITION IN ESSENTIAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES
This program calls for the delivery of essential maternal and child health and nutrition package of services
that will ensure the right of the child to survival, development protection participation. Nutrition interventions
specific to the needs of the unborn through his/ her mothers, and at all stages of his/her growth from 0-2
years. 3-5 years, 6-12 years and 13-17 years will provided as part of the regular services in health facilities
region wide.

Activities under this program will include:


• Newborn Screening
• Promotion of correct infant and young child feeding practices including breastfeeding and proper weaning
• Expanded program on immunization
• Micronutrient Supplementation
• Food Fortification
• Growth Monitoring and promotion
• Integrated management of childhood illnesses
• Adolescent health care, including iron supplementation
• Early childhood care and development
• Pre- and Post Natal Care
• Counseling for and provision of family planning methods
- Integration of nutrition activities to other health programs

Objectives:
1. To integrate and refer vulnerable groups and their cases to different and/ or available health programs

Target Groups:
1. Infants 0-11 mos.
2. UW & SUW pre-schoolers
3. Adolescents
4. Pregnant & Lactating women
5. Women in Child-Bearing-Age (CBA)
6. Others as specified

Minimum Requirements:
1.Referral slips or documents
2.Logbook/ diary for referred beneficiaries

Newborn screening, correct infant and young child feeding practices including breastfeeding and proper weaning done at
health center in the different barangays.

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Mandaluyong City has abundant resources considering the political will and leadership of the Local Chief
Executive and Mayor Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr. and the active support of the City Nutrition Action Officer, Mrs.
Carmelita A. Abalos.
The success of Mandaluyong City in all its endeavor lies in its human resources, financial resources and
partner agencies.
The manpower for implementing nutrition interventions and innovations at the city level consist of active
and dedicated inter-agency members of the City Nutrition Committee who harmoniously work together from
planning, implementation, coordination, monitoring and evaluation at the barangay level. Functional Barangay
Nutrition Committee (BNC) headed by the Barangay Captain ensured the implementation of barangay nutrition
programs. The Barangay Chairman, being the head of the BNC actively supports the call of Mayor Abalos in
reducing disparities related to nutrition and to strengthen the city’s food-based approaches to counter hunger
and to promote healthy lifestyle. The City has dedicated Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS) to assist in the
implementation and documenting impact programs. They are incentivized and provided with logistics and other
assistance that will enable them to fully function as foot-soldier of nutrition at the grass-root level. The BNC is
assisted by other workforce such as the Barangay Nutrition Action Officer (BNAO), Barangay Health Worker
(BHW), and Breastfeeding Patrol, each performing their own duty as frontline nutrition workers.
Nutrition interventions both at the City and Barangay level, is ensured through funding support allocated and
approved by the city and barangay council and the Treasurer’s Office. The amount allocated for nutrition increases
annually. In the year 2014, the amount approved by the City Council for nutrition was Php 108,356,376.72 with
an increase of 30.87% in 2015 (Php 141,800,685.66). The BNC also shared a part in augmenting funds for
nutrition and these commonly goes to feeding projects, urban gardening, incentives and continuing education
for BNS and enabling mechanisms such as meetings, fund-raising among others.
Mandaluyong city has strong alliance with partner agencies such as National Government Offices like
Department of Health–National Capital Regional Office (DOH-NCRO), National Nutrition Council–National
Capital Region (NNC-NCR), Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of the Interior
and Local Government–National Capital Region (DILG-NCR) along with the Non Government Organization
(NGO). Partner agencies played an important role in developing capacity for frontline nutrition workers and
providing additional logistics. The NNC-NCR provides technical assistance in Nutrition Program Management
(NPM) among City Nutrition Committee (CNC), BNC, City/District Nutrition Program Coordinator (C/DNPC)
and BNS. They also assist in providing nutrition Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials
through Accelerated Hunger Mitigation Program–Promote Good Nutrition (AHMP-PGN) and allocate funds
for training nutrition workers. The DOH-NCRO augments micronutrient supplements and provided training
among health workers. Mandaluyong became venues for agencies conducting researches and study. The
DSWD provided funds for feeding preschool children enrolled in Day Care Centers. These gave the BNC an
option for enrolling wasted children in the community. Through the Cash for Work and Tulong Pangkabuhayan
sa Ating Disadvantaged Workers implemented by DSWD, the BNC were able to refer families with identified
malnourished children for prioritization to the said intervention. The DILG-NCR provided technical assistance
in policy development for nutrition among Barangay Council and ensured sustainability of the nutrition impact
program.
Despite the availability of resources, the success of the city nutrition program remains challenged by
certain factors that may be categorized as follows: human component, spatial limitation, and sustainability of
livelihood projects.
On human component, foremost is the high morbidity of target beneficiaries particularly those whose
length of stay in their place of residence depends in the availability of income generating activities like vendors
in the vicinity of public markets and informal subcontractors with establishments within the area. These people
and their families have the strong tendency to relocate wherever they see opportunities to earn a living. For
school children, end of school year usually is an opportunity to go on vacation with families elsewhere outside
the city, making it difficult to monitor the nutritional status of children and whether proper nutrition is being
continuously practiced.
Moreover, implementation of food assistance is limited to once a day feeding for 90 to 120 days. Although
this is augmented by Nutrition Education involving mothers/parent of the feeding beneficiaries, there remains
the uncertainty whether proper nutrition is continued at home considering that most of the beneficiaries belong
to the low income group. Obtaining accurate personal information of the targets is commonly hindered by the
lack of knowledgeable person to supply such information e.g. unavailability of the parent during Operation
Timbang Plus (OPT +) which demands additional time and effort from the BNS to come back another day
resulting to unnecessary loss of time best spent for other more productive activities.
Spatial limitation is mainly on space required for home and community gardening that can substantially
supply a variety of vegetables to feeding beneficiaries in lieu of limited buying capacity for market products.
Even for barangays that have spaces to maintain community gardens, harvest is periodic since replanting and
growing of vegetables take month before another harvest can be done.
To augment low income, different livelihood projects were implemented, however, these are limited to
skills training and provision of initial supplies and materials for production. Lack of access to microfinance and
marketing is an obstacle that a potential entrepreneur must overcome to ensure sustainability of the activity.
Another concern is the potential completion that may arise among livelihood beneficiaries if the same skill is
introduced among individuals in the same community. Adequate production space is also a necessity to ensure
safety and to be able to generate sufficient volume of products to market for income to be significant compared
to inputs to production such as time, effort, money, water and energy among others. Organizing these potential
entrepreneurs into a cooperative, for example, can be a first step to ensure sustainability of the livelihood project.
In view of the above constraints, the City Nutrition Committee shall continue its endeavor to implement
nutrition interventions and innovative approaches that will contribute to attain the goal of zero malnutrition
among the children in the City of Mandaluyong.

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
Data on Public Schools
SCHOOL
ID
SCHOOL No. of
Acdemic
Classroom
Pupil Ratio
No. of Teaching
Teachers Related
Non-Teaching
Personnel
Classroom Nationally
Paid Nationally City Paid
Paid
224003 Addition Hills Integrated School 53 47 59 12
136663 Amado T. Reyes ES 6 21 9 5
136664 Andres Bonifacio Integrated School 34 83 82 22
136656 Dona Basilisa Yangco ES 13 34 16 10
136665 Dona Pilar C. Gonzaga ES 41 40 45 11
136666 Eulogio Rodriguez Integrated School 70 41 77 31
136657 Filemon P. Javier ES 13 49 21 9
136667 Highway Hills Integrated School (HH ES) 65 55 98 1 19
136658 Hulo Elementary School 52 40 63 13
136668 Ilaya Barangka Integrated School 34 47 46 17
136659 Isaac Lopez Integrated School (I. Lopez ES) 40 46 55 19
224002 Jose Fabella Memorial School 25 77 85 4 29 2
136660 Mandaluyong ES 57 40 74 20
136669 Nueve de Febrero ES 43 82 105 17
136670 Pedro P. Cruz (Mauway) ES 87 33 82 16
136661 Plainview ES 24 60 46 14
224001 Pleasant Hills Elementary School 28 86 62 12
136662 Renato R. Lopez ES 12 31 12 5
Total Elementary 697 50 1037 4 30 254

319806 Addition Hills Integrated School 26 40 44


305397 Andres Bonifacio Integrated School 27 65 83 5 1
305396 Bonifacio Javier National High School 23 82 75 5 2 13
305395 City of Mandaluyong Science HS 20 31 42 1 1 16
319803 Eulogio Rodriguez Integrated School 32 60 82 2 2
319802 Highway Hills Integrated School 40 52 82 5
319805 Ilaya Barangka Integrated School 14 57 35
319801 Isaac Lopez Integrated School 35 38 55 3 2
319804 Jose Fabella Memorial School 31 35 63
305393 Mandaluyong High School 65 41 123 4 6 14
305394 Mataas na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales 92 33 127 9 2 20
Total Secondary 405 45 811 34 16 63

Schools Division Office 18


Medical and Dental 16

GRAND TOTAL 1102 48 1848 38 46 351

Schools Division Office, City of Mandaluyong

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Barangay Captains and the
Barangay Nutrition Action Officers (BNAOs)

Barangay Nutrition Action


Barangay Barangay Captain
Officer (BNAO)
Addition Hills Hon. Rodolfo M. Posadas Corazon L. Salcedo
Bagong Silang Hon. Marc Anthony I. Dominguez Susana S. Peña
Barangka Drive Hon. Darwin A. Fernandez Redan R. Farreon
Barangka Ibaba Hon. Faustino O. Cruz, Jr. Cleotilde B. Elmedolan
Barangka Ilaya Hon. Joselito C. Pangilinan Celso C. Pangilinan
Barangka Itaas Hon. Dannie P.J. Ocampo Benedicto S. Santos
Buayang Bato Hon. Reynaldo D.J. Nobela Imelda S. Inosanto
Burol Hon. Ernesto F. Santos, Jr. Ma. Vibelle S. Santos
Daang Bakal Hon. Richard B. Bassig Maynilyn S. Blarama
Hagdan Bato Itaas Hon. Edmon B. Espiritu Elsie T. Zaño
Hagdan Bato Libis Hon. Brando P. Dominguez Sheila C.L. Dominguez
Harapin ang Bukas Hon. Federico Y. Ogbac Rodolfo D. Silvino
Highway Hills Hon. Rolando A. Rugay Alvin G. Pacat
Hulo Hon. Bernardino C. Maglaque Josefina M. Panergo
Mabini J. Rizal Hon. Angelina O. Tablan Alberto C. Tablan
Malamig Hon. Marlon R. Manalo Cynthia M. Caluya
Mauway Hon. Denny Jayne S. Calimlim Gina Zaragosa
Namayan Hon. Leonardo C. Santiago Marina A. Swing
New Zaniga Hon. Edwin E. Cruz Ma. Gerlyn A. Lagleva
Old Zaniga Hon. Victorio M. Carolino Ma. Criselda M. Santiago
Pag-asa Hon. Tracy Rhoy R. Domingo Ma. Divina Gracia M. Domingo
Plainview Hon. Michael C. Garcia Blanca O. Romero
Pleasant Hills Hon. Tagani M. Evangelista Florentina Acasio
Poblacion Hon. Godofredo A. Tolentino Laarni B. Celis
San Jose Hon. Ronnel R. Tuazon Leonardo C. Batan
Vergara Hon. Ernesto C. Mendiola Belen B. Magcaleng
Wack-Wack Hon. Manuel P. Syquia Milagros Santos

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
Barangay Location Map

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Barangay Nutrition Scholars of the City
BNS Health Center
Ariel Creer
Cristeta Ortiz
Addition Hills - Main
Fermina Zarsata
Evelyn Bernal
Marivel Pornea
Edna Sedeno
Addition Hills - Block 37
Jinky Bello
Avelina Langit
Teresa Alabastro
Addition Hills - Block 38
Conchita Obuñgen
Cecilia Noche Addition Hills - Block 39
Zaide Albia Bagong Silang
Marilou Sebastian
Josefina de Guzman Barangka Drive
Rosemarie Bolias
Epifania Basister Barangka Ibaba
Astrographyline Avila Barangka Ilaya
Esthephani Bengua Barangka Itaas
Myrna Alcantara Burol
Susana dela Cruz Buayang Bato
Rosemarie Albesa Daang Bakal
Brenda San Luis Hagdan Bato Itaas
Chanda Sugui Hagdan Bato Libis
Anna Rosema Harapin ang Bukas
Newhelza Bermachea
Highway Hills
Elsie Apolinario
Pilar San Jose People’s
Lourdes Curameng Saniboy
Saloma Zamora Mabini J. Rizal
Vilma Cordova Malamig
Roda Abalos
Mauway
Purita Marquez
Lucinda Tungcod Namayan
Rose Catherine Villarete New Zaniga
Ma. Elena de Guzman Old Zaniga
Grace Tamayo Pag-asa
Lorina Crame
Fe Yting Plainview
Daisy Parido
Zenaida Oraye Pleasant Hills
Mailyn Donguines
Poblacion
Olivia Masing
Marilyn Peramo San Jose
Lottie Maristela Vergara
Edwin Dona Wack-wack

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Agencies, Local Department and Organizations
Involved in City Nutrition Programs
Office of the Mayor
Activities Target Groups
1. Approval of the City Nutrition Action Plan City Nutrion Committee
Providing additional programs & assistance on nutrition
services

City Council
Activities Target Groups
1. Approval of funds by the Sangguniang Bayan or the City Nutrion Committee
City Council Preschool & School Children
2. Passage of City Ordinance, Resolutions in support to
the city Nutrition Programs

City Health Department (Nutrition service, Health centers, Barangay Nutrition Committee,
Health Education & Promotion Office and Sanitation Office.)
Activities Target Groups
1. Mass weighing (follow up monthly weighing) PS 0-7
2. Vitamin A Supplementation Infant 6-11 months
3. Iron supplementation PS 12-59 months lactating mother
4. Deworming Food establishment
5. Food fortification program Sari-sari store market
6. Distribution of seed, seedling and cutting Families of UW and SUW
7. HH with access to improved or safe water supply Household
8. Organization of mothers class Mother SUW and UW PSC
9. Conduct of pagbasa sa nutrisyon Mother of SUW PSC
10. Conducting of cooking demo Pregnant & Lactating mother
11. Nutrition counseling Mother of SUW and UW Pregnant in
12. Bench counseling lactating mother
13. Distributing of IEC materials Barangay
14. Nutrition month Celebration Citywide
15. Children’s month Celebration Citywide
16. Development/publication or airing of print/radio/tv messages Focal Person in Nutrition
and face to face interview and phone patch
17. Promotion of NGF Families of UW, SUW PSC
18. Supplemental feeding UW and SUW PSC
19. Nutrition in essential material and child health services Families of UW, SUW PSC
20. Livelihood assistance, Skill training Families of UW, SUW PSC
21. Promotion of desirable nutrition and lifestyle behavior City Employer, KKM, sex bomb, jolly
(manda-run, zumba ) joggers
22. Conduct of training for program implementer and for BNS, CNC member, HC staff, RHP
beneficiaries nurse midwife
23. Nutrition advocacy CNAO / IYCF coordinator
24. Medical Mission Residents of the city
25. Pre-Post Natal Check up Pregnant Mothers
26. Immunization Children
27. Family Planning Parents
28. Campaign on Breastfeeding Parents & other support group
29. Promotion of desirable nutrition and lifestyle Behavior Families of UW, SUW PSC
30. Conduct Nutrition Assessment Barangay
31. Organized Nutrition Committee Barangay
32. Monitoring and Evaluation City Nutrition Committee
33. Conduct Meetings

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Agencies, Local Department and Organizations
Involved in City Nutrition Programs
Mandaluyong City Medical Center
Activities Target Groups
1. Provision of Medicines (Ferrous Sulfate) 3-5 yrs old Normal PS
2. Medical Assistance Batang Ina Teenage Pregnant

City Planning and Development Department


Activities Target Groups
1. Over all planning and coordination City Nutrion Committee
2. Action plans integrated into the local development plan

City Budget, Treasury and Accounting Department


Activities Target Groups
1. Allocation of Budget on Nutrition Program City Nutrion Committee
2. Integration of Annual investment plan
3. Annual Operation Plan

City Civil Registry Department


Activities Target Groups
1. Regularly provides list of newly-registered couples as MANDA 1,000 Beneficiaries
possible beneficiaries for the MANDA 1,000.

City Social Welfare and Development Department


Activities Target Groups
1. Community in food production and herbal garden Bahay Pag-Asa, Bahay Tuluyan
2. Supplemental feeding UW/SUW PS Enabled in feeding
3. Conduct of emergency feeding operation Families affected
4. Planadong pag-aasawa tungo sa malusog na pamilya Couples getting married
5. Conduct of livelihood skill training SNP/TAP
6. Conduct of training for beneficiaries SNP Volunteers
7. Social preparation supplementary feeding SNP Volunteers
8. Weight to waste/Eggducation SNP Volunteers/SNP Parents

Task Force Day Care Service Program Division


Activities Target Groups
1. Mass weighing 3-5 years old children
2. Vitamin A supplementation Day Care Children
3. Deworming Day Care Children
4. Safe and portable drinking water supply All Day Care Centers
5. Promotion of NGF Parents of Day Care Children
6. Children’s month All Day Care Centers
7. Conduct of supplemental feeding Day Care children
8. ECCD in emergencies Parents of Day Care Children
9. Distribution of food commodities among day care Day care children enrolled
children

Mandaluyong Manpower Development Center


Activities Target Groups
1. Livelihood Training Families of UW & SUW Children
2. Skills Development Barangay Nutrition Scholars

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Agencies, Local Department and Organizations
Involved in City Nutrition Programs
Public Information Office
Activities Target Groups
1. Reproduction and distribution of CGS chart and BNS Barangay Nutrition Scholars, SU &
Diary SUW Children
2. Publication of city newsletter Residents
3. Regular photo and News releases (Article on Health Residents
and Nutrition

Persons with Disabilities Affairs Division


Activities Target Groups
1. Weighing Activity Children with celebral palsy
2. Nutritional Assessment Autism
3. Vitamin A Supplementation Mentally retarded
4. Deworming Down Syndrome from ages 3 years
old to 25 years old.

Public Employment Services Office


Activities Target Groups
1. Provides SPES for OPT - Weighing Activity Preschool Children
2. Livelihood Training Assistance Mothers of UW & SUW Children

Department of Education
Activities Target Groups
1. Mass Weighing School Children
2. Vit.A supplementation School Children
3. Iron Supplementation 5-11 years old
4. Food fortification Severely wasted School Children
5. School Food Production Wasted severely children
6. Water Filtration /Installation of portable drinking All Public Elementary School
foundation in Public Elementary School and High
School.
7. Integration of nutrition in Elementary school curriculum All Public Elementary School
8. Distribution of nutrition, information ,and communication All Public Elementary School
materials among mother
9. Developing/posting of billboard/signage on nutrition All Public Elementary School
10. Product Nutrition Month Celebration All Public Elementary School
11. Children’s Month All Public Elementary School
12. Establishing Breastfeeding Station among School Pedro P. Cruz Elementary School;
Highway Hills Integrated School
13. Conduct of supplement Feeding Severely wasted school children
14. Provision of Foods at lower, subsidized price School children
15. Provision of dental care School children
16. Availability of appropriate weighing scale 18 Public Elementary School
17. Provision of Alternative Learning System for outing OYS Drop out/school learner
school month
18. Provision of healthy food in the canteen 18 Public Elementary School
20. Provision of activities on the promotion of desirable
nutrition and lifestyle behavior.

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Agencies, Local Department and Organizations
Involved in City Nutrition Programs

National Government Office


Agency Activities Target Groups
National Nutrition Council Technical Assistance on City Nutrition Committee
(National Capital Region) Nutrition Program Management Barangay Nutrition
including consultation, Committee
mentoring, monitoring and
evaluation.
Center for Health • Provision of Medicine , Infant 6-11 mos.
Development – Metro Vitamin A, Ferrous Sulfate, PS children 12-59 mos
Manila, Department of Deworming tablets Pregnant
Health – NCR • Conduct of trainings for the Lactating
Implementers on Nutrition City Nutrition Committee
Program Barangay Nutrition
• Allocation of Funds for the Committee
Nutrition Program
Department of Social • Food Assistance 3-5 years old children
Welfare and Development • Livelihood Program Solo Parent
– NCR • Conduct of Emergency
Feeding in operation

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AVAILABLE RESOURCES
List of Agencies, Local Department and Organizations
Involved in City Nutrition Programs
Non-Government Organizations
Organization Activities Target Groups
Rotary Club of Mandaluyong • Supplemental Feeding Severely Underweight
(Uptown, Central, District 3800) (Center-Based Feeding, Underweight Children
Dry Rationing for Pregnant Pregnant and
Mothers) Lactating Mothers
• Medical and Dental Mission
• Livelihood Program
Soroptimist International of • Supplemental Feeding Severely Underweight
Mandaluyong • Cervical Screening Underweight Children
• Training on Infant and Young Pregnant and
Child Feeding (IYCF) Lactating Mothers
Girl Scout of the Philippines- IYCF Advocacy GSP Members
Mandaluyong Chapter
Kababaihan Kakaiba ng Livelihood Families of Severely
Mandaluyong (KKM) Underweight,
Underweight Children
Pregnant
Blue Ladies of Bgy. Malamig Provision of Financial Malamig
Assistance linked with market/
Livelihood
Creative Bakers, Inc. Provision of Pinoy Pandesal Preschool Children
fortified with Vitamin A, Iron and
Iodine
Nature’s Earth Provision of Malunggay Juice Preschool Children
Mandaluyong Federation of Assists in various activties of Preschool and School
Child Representative the City Nutrition Committee Children
and Local Council for the Overweight/Obese
Protection of Children Children
Barangay Nutrition Action Provides income generating City Nutrition
Officers Association activity Committee/Barangay
Nutrition Scholars
Barangay Nutrition Scholars Provides income generating Barangay Nutrition
Association activity Scholars
Infant and Young Child Feeding • Provides activities to promote Pregnant and
Coordinator/Mandaluyong Infant and Young Child Lactating Mothers
Breastfeeding Patrol Feeding (IYCF)
• Assist IYCF Coordinator in
various activities

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CITY NUTRITION COMMITTEE

VISION
Optimal health for all Mandalenos though comprehensive health
and nutrition program.

MISSION
To sustain existing nutrition intervention and continuously strive
for innovative practices in nutrition though inclusive nutrition
program development and implementation thereby instilling
among Mandalenos especially the children, the values of healthy
lifestyle and active involvement in community development and
nation building.

GOAL
To achieve zero malnutrition among children in
Mandaluyong City.

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THE CITY’S GOAL ON NUTRITION
General Objectives:
1. To reduce the prevalence rate of all forms of malnutrition by the end of 2015 as:

A. Underweight
1.09% in 2014 to 1.0% in 2015
B. Wasting
2.22% in 2014 to 2.11% in 2015
C. Stunting
3.41% in 2014 to 2.39% in 2015

2. To reduce the prevalence rate of overweight (weight-for-age from .45% in 2014


to .37% by the end of year 2015.

Specific Objectives:
1. To conduct supplementary feeding activities for three hundred ninety six (396) underweight
and eighty (80) severely underweight preschool children for 90 to 120 days within the
implementing year 2015.

2. To conduct supplementary feeding activities for six hundred thirty eight (638) wasted and
two hundred ninety nine severely wasted school children for 90 to 120 days within the
school year 2015- 2016.

3. To provide livelihood assistance and income generating projects to five hundred (500)
selected families of supervised neighborhood play and Tulong Aral Petron beneficiaries,
two hundred sixty five (265) selected parents, twenty eight (28) person with disabilities
and thirty five (35) families of malnourished children.

4. To provide quarterly nutrition education classes among one thousand five hundred ninety
nine (1,599) mothers with malnourished children, nine thousand four hundred sixty
four (9,464) pregnant women, nine thousand four hundred sixty four (9,464) lactating
women, four thousand seven hundred eighty two (4,782) daycare students and eighteen
(18) Public Elementary Schools as a way of changing their knowledge, attitudes and
practices towards proper health, nutrition and optimal infant and young feeding.

5. To provide routine micronutrient supplementation among four hundred seventy six (476)
malnourished children, nine thousand four hundred sixty four (9,464) infants, thirty seven
thousand eight hundred fifty seven (37,857) preschool children ages 12-59 months,
thirty four thousand four hundred fifty three school children ages 5-11 years old, nine
thousand four hundred sixty four (9,464) pregnant and nine thousand four hundred sixty
four (9,464) lactating women for the year 2015.

6. To distribute seeds/ seedlings to four hundred forty eight (448) families with underweight
and severely underweight preschool children, as a way of promoting backyard gardening
and increasing vegetable consumption and augment family expenses.

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7. To distribute seeds/ seedlings to fourteen thousand eight hundred fifty three (14,853)
school children as a way of promoting school gardening and increasing vegetable
consumption and augment family expenses.

8. To monitor utilization of iodized salt and Sangkap Pinoy Seal Products among forty nine
thousand six hundred fifty eight (49,658) households, nine hundred thirty two (932) food
establishments, twenty two (22) public school canteens, four (4) government/ private
hospital, fifteen (15) public/private markets and one thousand forty nine (1,049) sari-sari
stores within the year 2015.

9. To generate funds for the implementation and sustainability of the nutrition programs and
projects for the year 2015.

10. To promote healthy lifestyle among six hundred thirty eight (638) overweight and obese
children to be physically active through wellness program such as Fun Run, Family Big
Day and Well Po!.

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THE CITY’S GOAL ON NUTRITION
2015 TARGET
Targets for Nutrition Interventions: Number

Total Barangays 27
Nutritionally Depressed Barangay 10
Households 58,421
Pregnant 9,464
Lactating/Post-Partum 9,464
Preschoolers:
0-71 months old 56,785
6-11 months old 4,732
0-23 months old 16,507
24-71 months old 38,482
12-59 months old 37,857
School children (enrollees) 34,453
Families with SUW PS 75
Families with UW PS 373
Food Establishment 932
Sari-Sari Store 1,049
Markets 15
Public Elementary School 18
Public Highschools 4
Bakeries 150
Health Centers 27
Hospitals 4
Daycare Centers 56
Daycare Children 4,782
Couples 2,001
New Acceptors 8,964
Current Users 23,286
HighSchool Students 18,210
Supervised Neighborhood Play 650

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List of Tables/Forms
Format A-1: Health and Nutrition Profile of Preschool Children
Format A-2: Health and Nutrition Profile of School Children
Format A-3: Situational Analysis/Socio Economic Profile
Format A-4: Ranking of Barangays
Format A-5: Innovative Projects
Format B: Programs and Projects
Format A-1:
Health and Nutrition Profile of
Preschool Children
FORMAT A-1
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
1. Health and Nutrition Profile
(Preschool Children)

Region: National Capital Region Total No. of Barangays: 27 Total No. of 0-11 month old infants: 7,721 Total No. of Mothers with PSC with weights:
City/Municipality: Mandaluyong City Total No. of Households: 58,421 Boy: 3,927 Girls: 3,794 Underweight: 373
Total Population: 350,528 Period of OPT among Preschoolers: January-April Total No. of 12-71 month old PS children: 47,945 Severely Underweight: 75
Source: DOH-NCRO Total Preschool Population: 56,785 Boy: 24,600 Girls: 23,345 Total No. of Mothers with PSC with weights:
Reference Year: 2015 Total Preschool (0-71 months) weighed: 55,666 Total No. of Pregnant Women: 9,464 Underweight and Severely Underweight: 448
% OPT Coverage: 98.03 Total No. of Lactating Women: 9,464

WEIGHT FOR AGE

NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS


Underweight Preschoolers with
Barangays Total # of Normal Overweight weights Under-weight &
UW SUW Total PSC % OPT Severely Underweight
(Name) PSC Rank
Weighed Coverage
(3) (4) (5) (6) (UW + SUW)

Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total No. %
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Addition Hills 15,092 7,662 7,230 14,892 58 76 134 11 13 24 26 16 42 15,092 100.00 158 0.86 5
Bagong Silang 696 325 362 687 1 4 5 0 0 0 3 1 4 696 100.00 5 0.72 15
Barangka Drive 2,255 1,142 1,082 2,224 11 15 26 3 0 3 2 0 2 2,255 100.00 29 1.29 2
Barangka Ibaba 1,742 881 844 1,725 8 5 13 1 0 1 1 2 3 1,742 100.00 14 0.80 11
Barangka Ilaya 778 382 390 772 3 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 778 100.00 5 0.64 18
Barangka Itaas 2,083 1,043 958 2,001 5 5 10 0 0 0 5 4 9 2,020 96.98 10 0.50 22
Buayang Bato 185 80 102 182 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 185 100.00 0 0.00 26
Burol 432 207 221 428 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 432 100.00 3 0.69 16
Daang Bakal 554 267 276 543 1 1 2 1 0 1 6 2 8 554 100.00 3 0.54 21
Hagdan Bato Itaas 1,753 899 835 1,734 6 7 13 1 1 2 1 3 4 1,753 100.00 15 0.86 10

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Hagdan Bato Libis 1,160 607 544 1,151 5 1 6 2 1 3 0 0 0 1,160 100.00 9 0.78 13
Harapin ang Bukas 756 375 357 732 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 738 97.62 4 0.54 20

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Highway Hills 3,472 1,785 1,650 3,435 15 8 23 5 3 8 2 4 6 3,472 100.00 31 0.89 9
NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS
Underweight Preschoolers with
Barangays Total # of Normal Overweight weights Under-weight &
UW SUW Total PSC % OPT Severely Underweight
(Name) PSC Rank
Weighed Coverage
(3) (4) (5) (6) (UW + SUW)

Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total No. %
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Hulo 3,875 1,943 1,894 3,837 6 13 19 2 2 4 13 2 15 3,875 100.00 23 0.59 19
Mabini J. Rizal 897 443 438 881 7 3 10 0 0 0 3 3 6 897 100.00 10 1.11 4
Malamig 1,282 651 614 1,265 5 4 9 1 2 3 4 1 5 1,282 100.00 12 0.94 8
Mauway 4,032 1,966 2,016 3,982 9 14 23 1 2 3 12 12 24 4,032 100.00 26 0.64 17
Namayan 900 462 428 890 2 5 7 0 0 0 1 2 3 900 100.00 7 0.78 12
New Zaniga 1,006 456 541 997 2 2 4 0 0 0 5 0 5 1,006 100.00 4 0.40 24
Old Zaniga 1,240 631 592 1,223 5 5 10 2 3 5 2 0 2 1,240 100.00 15 1.21 3
Pag-asa 578 304 265 569 3 6 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 578 100.00 9 1.56 1
Plainview 4,591 2,270 2,262 4,532 15 15 30 7 6 13 9 7 16 4,591 100.00 43 0.94 7
Pleasant Hills 1,207 533 556 1,089 4 3 7 3 1 4 4 6 10 1,110 91.96 11 0.99 6
Poblacion 2,746 1,401 1,238 2,639 7 8 15 4 1 5 4 2 6 2,665 97.05 20 0.75 14
San Jose 1,418 711 698 1,409 4 3 7 0 0 0 2 0 2 1,418 100.00 7 0.49 23
Vergara 916 494 409 903 0 2 2 1 0 1 8 2 10 916 100.00 3 0.33 25
Wack-Wack Greenhills East 1,139 245 22 267 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12 279 24.50 0 0.00 27
TOTAL: 56,785 28,165 26,824 54,989 186 210 396 45 35 80 131 70 201 55,666 98.03 476 0.86

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FORMAT A-1
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
1. Health and Nutrition Profile
(Preschool Children)

Region: National Capital Region Total No. of Barangays: 27 Total No. of 0-11 month old infants: 7,721
City/Municipality: Mandaluyong City Total No. of Households: 58,421 Boy: 3,927 Girls: 3,794
Total Population: 350,528 Period of OPT among Preschoolers: January-April Total No. of 12-71 month old PS children: 47,945
Source: DOH-NCRO Total Preschool Population: 56,785 Boy: 24,600 Girls: 23,345
Reference Year: 2015 Total Preschool (0-71 months) weighed: 55,666 Total No. of Pregnant Women: 9,464
% OPT Coverage: 98.03 Total No. of Lactating Women: 9,464

LENGTH/HEIGHT FOR AGE

NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS

Barangays Total # of Normal Stunted Severely Stunted Tall


(Name) PSC Total PSC % OPT
(3) (4) (5) (6)
Weighed Coverage
Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7) (8)
Addition Hills 15,092 7,431 7,047 14,478 214 171 385 35 38 73 77 79 156 15,092 100.00
Bagong Silang 696 324 365 689 3 2 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 696 100.00
Barangka Drive 2,255 1,141 1,081 2,222 10 12 22 7 4 11 0 0 0 2,255 100.00
Barangka Ibaba 1,742 891 850 1,741 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1,742 100.00
Barangka Ilaya 778 384 391 775 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 778 100.00
Barangka Itaas 2,083 1,036 955 1,991 13 9 22 0 0 0 4 3 7 2,020 96.98
Buayang Bato 185 80 101 181 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 185 100.00
Burol 432 205 221 426 3 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 2 432 100.00
Daang Bakal 554 256 263 519 7 8 15 1 1 2 11 7 18 554 100.00

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Hagdan Bato Itaas 1,753 901 842 1,743 4 2 6 1 0 1 1 2 3 1,753 100.00
Hagdan Bato Libis 1,160 601 536 1,137 8 5 13 3 2 5 2 3 5 1,160 100.00

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Harapin ang Bukas 756 375 358 733 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 3 738 97.62
NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS

Barangays Total # of Normal Stunted Severely Stunted Tall


(Name) PSC Total PSC % OPT
(3) (4) (5) (6)
Weighed Coverage
Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7) (8)
Highway Hills 3,472 1,773 1,637 3,410 21 19 40 7 4 11 6 5 11 3,472 100.00
Hulo 3,875 1,912 1,866 3,778 29 22 51 9 9 18 14 14 28 3,875 100.00
Mabini J. Rizal 897 435 426 861 11 10 21 0 0 0 7 8 15 897 100.00
Malamig 1,282 648 600 1,248 0 2 2 1 0 1 12 19 31 1,282 100.00
Mauway 4,032 1,894 1,938 3,832 49 43 92 11 22 33 34 41 75 4,032 100.00
Namayan 900 461 432 893 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 2 900 100.00
New Zaniga 1,006 446 512 958 14 22 36 2 4 6 1 5 6 1,006 100.00
Old Zaniga 1,240 633 591 1,224 2 4 6 2 4 6 3 1 4 1,240 100.00
Pag-asa 578 300 262 562 2 4 6 0 0 0 5 5 10 578 100.00
Plainview 4,591 2,184 2,179 4,363 63 61 124 35 29 64 19 21 40 4,591 100.00
Pleasant Hills 1,207 513 543 1,056 10 6 16 5 3 8 16 14 30 1,110 91.96
Poblacion 2,746 1,390 1,220 2,610 22 23 45 4 2 6 0 4 4 2,665 97.05
San Jose 1,418 707 692 1,399 9 9 18 0 0 0 1 0 1 1,418 100.00
Vergara 916 491 406 897 5 4 9 2 3 5 5 0 5 916 100.00
Wack-Wack Greenhills East 1,139 233 21 254 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 1 25 279 24.50
TOTAL: 56,785 27,645 26,335 53,980 507 443 950 126 125 251 249 236 485 55,666 98.03

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SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
1. Health and Nutrition Profile
(Preschool Children)

Region: National Capital Region Total No. of Barangays: 27 Total No. of 0-11 month old infants: 7,721
City/Municipality: Mandaluyong City Total No. of Households: 58,421 Boy: 3,927 Girls: 3,794
Total Population: 350,528 Period of OPT among Preschoolers: January-April Total No. of 12-71 month old PS children: 47,945
Source: DOH-NCRO Total Preschool Population: 56,785 Boy: 24,600 Girls: 23,345
Reference Year: 2015 Total Preschool (0-71 months) weighed: 55,666 Total No. of Pregnant Women: 9,464
% OPT Coverage: 98.03 Total No. of Lactating Women: 9,464

WEIGHT FOR LENGTH/HEIGHT

NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS

Barangays Total # of Normal Wasted Severely Wasted Overweight Obese


(Name) PSC Total PSC % OPT
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Weighed Coverage
Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7a) (7b) (7c) (8) (9)
Addition Hills 15,092 7,578 7,162 14,740 80 77 157 20 22 42 57 54 111 22 20 42 15,092 100.00
Bagong Silang 696 322 364 686 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 5 696 100.00
Barangka Drive 2,255 1,151 1,093 2,244 4 3 7 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 2,255 100.00
Barangka Ibaba 1,742 882 845 1,727 2 1 3 6 4 10 0 0 0 1 1 2 1,742 100.00
Barangka Ilaya 778 385 392 777 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 778 100.00
Barangka Itaas 2,083 1,022 942 1,964 10 6 16 0 1 1 17 15 32 4 3 7 2,020 96.98
Buayang Bato 185 78 102 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 2 185 100.00
Burol 432 206 221 427 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 1 1 432 100.00
Daang Bakal 554 268 275 543 1 2 3 1 0 1 3 1 4 2 1 3 554 100.00
Hagdan Bato Itaas 1,753 898 836 1,734 6 7 13 2 0 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 1,753 100.00
Hagdan Bato Libis 1,160 610 542 1,152 3 4 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,160 100.00
Harapin ang Bukas 756 374 358 732 4 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 738 97.62

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Highway Hills 3,472 1,779 1,646 3,425 13 7 20 5 0 5 6 7 13 4 5 9 3,472 100.00
Hulo 3,875 1,937 1,887 3,824 4 11 15 0 3 3 5 8 13 18 2 20 3,875 100.00

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Mabini J. Rizal 897 411 419 830 17 9 26 3 4 7 17 9 26 5 3 8 897 100.00
NUMBER BY WEIGHT STATUS

Barangays Total # of Normal Wasted Severely Wasted Overweight Obese


(Name) PSC Total PSC % OPT
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Weighed Coverage
Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total
(1) (2) (3a) (3b) (3c) (4a) (4b) (4c) (5a) (5b) (5c) (6a) (6b) (6c) (7a) (7b) (7c) (8) (9)
Malamig 1,282 583 576 1,159 45 22 67 22 15 37 7 7 14 4 1 5 1,282 100.00
Mauway 4,032 1,937 1,987 3,924 14 19 33 9 7 16 17 20 37 11 11 22 4,032 100.00
Namayan 900 460 431 891 1 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 5 0 2 2 900 100.00
New Zaniga 1,006 442 531 973 2 2 4 0 2 2 12 5 17 7 3 10 1,006 100.00
Old Zaniga 1,240 626 587 1,213 4 7 11 2 3 5 3 3 6 5 0 5 1,240 100.00
Pag-asa 578 292 259 551 2 2 4 0 0 0 13 9 22 0 1 1 578 100.00
Plainview 4,591 2,267 2,246 4,513 4 6 10 5 5 10 15 24 39 10 9 19 4,591 100.00
Pleasant Hills 1,207 536 552 1,088 2 4 6 0 1 1 6 6 12 0 3 3 1,110 91.96
Poblacion 2,746 1,398 1,236 2,634 4 5 9 4 0 4 7 7 14 3 1 4 2,665 97.05
San Jose 1,418 711 700 1,411 3 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1,418 100.00
Vergara 916 494 410 904 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 3 6 1 7 916 100.00
Wack-Wack Greenhills East 1,139 241 22 263 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 11 0 11 279 24.50
TOTAL: 56,785 27,888 26,621 54,509 229 197 426 83 68 151 204 182 386 123 71 194 55,666 98.03

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Health and Nutrition Profile of
School Children
FORMAT A-2
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
2. Health and Nutrition Profile
(Elementary School Children)

Region: National Capital Region


City/Municipality: Mandaluyong
Period of Weighing: 2015-2016
Total School Children Weighed: 34,453

NUTRITIONAL STATUS Total Rank


Total No. of Total
% School Prev. (Based on
School Location Enrolled Severely School
School Wasted Normal Overweight Obese Children Rate of Prev. of
(Barangay) School Wasted Children
Weighed Under- Under-
Children Weighed
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. % nutrition nutrition)
District I
Addition Hills Integrated School Addition Hills 2,521 13 0.52 22 0.87 2,477 98.25 1 0.04 8 0.32 2,521 100 1.39 13
Andres Bonifacio Integrated School Addition Hills 2,846 5 0.18 13 0.46 2,801 98.42 12 0.42 15 0.53 2,846 100 0.63 17
Doña Pilar C. Gonzaga Elementary School
Hagdan Bato Itaas 1,661 5 0.30 25 1.51 1,573 94.70 43 2.59 15 0.90 1,661 100 1.81 11
Eulogio Rodgriguez Integrated SchoolHagdan Bato Itaas 2,832 43 1.52 138 4.87 2,611 92.20 13 0.46 27 0.95 2,832 100 6.39 2
Highway Hills Elementary School Highway Hills 3,657 25 0.68 17 0.46 3,590 98.17 7 0.19 18 0.49 3,657 100 1.15 15
Jose Fabella Memorial School Addition Hills 1,168 8 0.68 44 3.77 1,090 93.32 19 1.63 7 0.60 1,168 100 4.45 5
Mandaluyong Elementary School Poblacion 2,327 20 0.86 20 0.86 2,256 96.95 15 0.64 16 0.69 2,327 100 1.72 12
Nueve de Febrero Elementary School Addition Hills 3,572 61 1.71 37 1.04 3,366 94.23 93 2.60 15 0.42 3,572 100 2.74 9
Pleasant Hills Elementary School Pleasant Hills 2,372 38 1.60 70 2.95 2,212 93.25 38 1.60 14 0.59 2,372 100 4.55 4
District II
Amado T. Reyes Elementary School Buayang Bato 126 0 0.00 4 3.17 112 88.89 7 5.56 3 2.38 126 100 3.17 8
Doña Basilisa Yangco Elementary School
Namayan 444 0 0.00 29 6.53 387 87.16 27 6.08 1 0.23 444 100 6.53 1
Filemon P. Javier Elementary School San Jose 644 0 0.00 21 3.26 582 90.37 29 4.50 12 1.86 644 100 3.26 7
Hulo Elementary School Hulo - People's 2,090 18 0.86 81 3.88 1,928 92.25 45 2.15 18 0.86 2,090 100 4.74 3
Ilaya Barangka Integrated School Barangka Ilaya 1,716 16 0.93 7 0.41 1,675 97.61 8 0.47 10 0.58 1,716 100 1.34 14
Issac Lopez Integrated School Vergara 1,818 5 0.28 14 0.77 1,788 98.35 10 0.55 1 0.06 1,818 100 1.05 16
Pedro P. Cruz Elementary School Barangka Drive 2,843 34 1.20 25 0.88 2,760 97.08 12 0.42 12 0.42 2,843 100 2.08 10
Plainview Elementary School Plainview 1,438 0 0.00 59 4.10 1,322 91.93 48 3.34 9 0.63 1,438 100 4.10 6

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Renato Lopez Elementary School Mabini J. Rizal 378 0 0.00 12 3.17 356 94.18 9 2.38 1 0.26 378 100 3.17 8

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TOTAL 34,453 291 0.84 638 1.85 32,886 95.45 436 1.27 202 0.59 34,453 100
NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
DIVISION OF MANDALUYONG

WEIGHT/BODY MASS INDEX


PUPILS WEIGHED
SCHOOL SEX ENROLLMENT Severely Wasted Wasted Normal Overweight Obese
NO. % NO. % NO. % NO. % NO. % NO. %
M 2,027 2,027 100.00 14 0.69 22 1.09 1,956 96.50 18 0.89 17 0.84
Kindergarten F 1,943 1,943 100.00 18 0.93 23 1.18 1,867 96.09 18 0.93 17 0.87
Total 3,970 3,970 100.00 32 0.81 45 1.13 3,823 96.30 36 0.91 34 0.86
M 2,714 2,714 100.00 35 1.29 55 2.03 2,580 95.06 25 0.92 19 0.70
Grade I F 2,563 2,563 100.00 15 0.59 63 2.46 2,450 95.59 27 1.05 8 0.31
Total 5,277 5,277 100.00 50 0.95 118 2.24 5,030 95.32 52 0.99 27 0.51
M 2,746 2,746 100.00 13 0.47 41 1.49 2,638 96.07 33 1.20 21 0.76
Grade II F 2,474 2,474 100.00 12 0.49 34 1.37 2,388 96.52 28 1.13 12 0.49
Total 5,220 5,220 100.00 25 0.48 75 1.44 5,026 96.28 61 1.17 33 0.63
M 2,422 2,422 100.00 17 0.70 47 1.94 2,295 94.76 37 1.53 26 1.07
Grade III F 2,357 2,357 100.00 17 0.72 49 2.08 2,258 95.80 23 0.98 10 0.42
Total 4,779 4,779 100.00 34 0.71 96 2.01 4,553 95.27 60 1.26 36 0.75
M 2,715 2,715 100.00 31 1.14 59 2.17 2,568 94.59 39 1.44 18 0.66
Grade IV F 2,394 2,394 100.00 19 0.79 26 1.09 2,317 96.78 24 1.00 8 0.33
Total 5,109 5,109 100.00 50 0.98 85 1.66 4,885 95.62 63 1.23 26 0.51
M 2,549 2,549 100.00 29 1.14 58 2.28 2,406 94.39 41 1.61 15 0.59
Grade V F 2,401 2,401 100.00 20 0.83 39 1.62 2,298 95.71 34 1.42 10 0.42
Total 4,950 4,950 100.00 49 0.99 97 1.96 4,704 95.03 75 1.52 25 0.51
M 2,435 2,435 100.00 21 0.86 47 1.93 2,320 95.28 37 1.52 10 0.41
Grade VI F 2,359 2,359 100.00 19 0.81 50 2.12 2,248 95.29 33 1.40 9 0.38
Total 4,794 4,794 100.00 40 0.83 97 2.02 4,568 95.29 70 1.46 19 0.40
M 235 235 100.00 8 3.40 13 5.53 204 86.81 8 3.40 2 0.85
SPED F 119 119 100.00 3 2.52 12 10.08 93 78.15 11 9.24 0 0.00
Total 354 354 100.00 11 3.11 25 7.06 297 83.90 19 5.37 2 0.56

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M 17,843 17,843 100.00 168 0.94 342 1.92 16,967 95.09 238 1.33 128 0.72
TOTAL F 16,610 16,610 100.00 123 0.74 296 1.78 15,919 95.84 198 1.19 74 0.45

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Total 34,453 34,453 100.00 291 0.84 638 1.85 32,886 95.45 436 1.27 202 0.59
Format A-3:
Situational Analysis/
Socio Economic Profile
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Format A-4:
Ranking of Barangays
FORM A-4
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
RANKING OF BARANGAYS
(SUMMARY SHEET)
REGION: National Capital Region
PROVINCE: _______________________
CITY/MUNICIPALITY: MANDALUYONG CITY

% of Underweight Average Type of Source of Proportion of Garbage Total Computed


Barangays Final
( UW + SUW ) Household Dwelling Drinking Household with Disposal Rank Average
(Name) Rank
PS SC Size Unit Water Supply Water-Sealed Toilets System Score Rank (CAR)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
1. Addition Hills 1.047 9.21 3 3 3 3 5 27.26 3.89 3
2. Bagong Silang 0.718 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.72 2.96 20
3. Barangka Ibaba 0.804 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.80 2.97 18
4. Barangka Ilaya 0.643 1.34 3 4 4 4 5 21.98 3.14 13
5. Barangka Itaas 0.495 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.50 2.93 25
6. Barangka Drive 1.286 2.08 3 4 4 4 5 23.37 3.34 9
7. Burol 0.694 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.69 2.96 21
8. Buayang Bato 0.000 3.17 3 4 4 4 5 23.17 3.31 10
9. Daang Bakal 0.5415 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.54 2.93 24
10. Hagdang Bato Itaas 0.856 8.20 3 4 4 4 5 29.06 4.15 1
11. Hagdang Bato Libis 0.776 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.78 2.97 19
12. Harapin ang Bukas 0.5420 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.54 2.93 23
13. Highway Hills 0.893 1.15 3 4 4 4 5 22.04 3.15 12
14. Hulo 0.594 4.74 3 4 4 4 5 25.33 3.62 5
15. Mabini J. Rizal 1.115 3.17 3 4 4 4 5 24.29 3.47 7
16. Malamig 0.936 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.94 2.99 17
17. Mauway 0.645 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.65 2.95 22
18. Namayan 0.778 6.53 3 4 4 4 5 27.31 3.90 2
19. New Zaniga 0.398 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 20.40 2.91 26
20. Old Zaniga 1.210 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 21.21 3.03 16
21. Pag-asa 1.557 0.00 3 4 4 4 5 21.56 3.08 14
22. Plainview 0.937 4.10 3 4 4 4 5 25.04 3.58 6
23. Pleasant Hills 0.991 4.55 3 4 4 4 5 25.54 3.65 4

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24. Poblacion 0.750 1.72 3 4 4 4 5 22.47 3.21 11

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25. San Jose 0.494 3.26 3 4 4 4 5 23.75 3.39 8
26. Vergara 0.328 1.05 3 4 4 4 5 21.38 3.05 15
Format A-5:
Innovative Projects
Format A-5
INNOVATIVE PROJECTS

Region: National Capital Region City/Municipality: Mandaluyong


City 2015

Development Projects Location Lead Objectives Original Target Group


(Barangay) Implementing
Agency
1. Manda 1000 All Barangays Nutrition City To increase safe facility based deliveries 4 pregnant/ barangay Gravida 1
(Unang Isang Libong Araw para sa Batang Wow!) Health MCMC 19-25 yrs old
To promote proper & guided nutrition on first 1000
days of mother & child

To provide health awareness among fathers

To provide a Family NUTRI Passport

To provide Lectures on BF & Comple

Provide dry rations for beneficiaries

Provide food community production


2. Comple Caravan
A. Oriention of Trainors
City level IYCFTF/CNC To train/orient trainers on the concept of Comple CNC
Caravan and how to implement Comple Caravan Bf Patrol
at the barangay level BNS

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Development Projects Location Lead Objectives Original Target Group
(Barangay) Implementing
Agency
B. Launching of Comple Caravan City Level IYCFTF/CNC To educate mothers/caregivers on CNC
complementary feeding Bf Patrol
BHW
To educate mothers to use indigenous food and BNAO’s
family food as source of complementary food Pregnant and lactating

To decrease poverty and malnutrition thereby


meeting the Millennium Development Goals

To promote/inform stakeholders on the


importance of complementary feeding

C. Implementation of Comple Caravan Barangay level Comple Caravan To educate mothers/caregivers on Pregnant and lactating mothers
All 26 barangays Teams/ CNC/ BF complementary feeding
Patrol/BHW
To educate mothers to use indigenous food and
family food as source of complementary food

To decrease poverty and malnutrition thereby


meeting the Millennium Development Goals

3. WELL PO! EH DI WOW (Wellness Program for DepEd DepEd- To increase awareness on the role and Elementary and Secondary
Obese, Overweight, Education and Health, Dance Mandaluyong importance of proper nutrition and physical pupils/students
Intervention, Wow) activity in the prevention of overweight and
obesity among school children
To conduct lecture on proper diet and physical
activity among children who are overweight and
obese and their parents

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Development Projects Location Lead Objectives Original Target Group
(Barangay) Implementing
Agency
4. FAMILY BIG DAY – for Obese and Overweight DepEd DepEd- To institute simple but effective healthy activities Elementary school children
Children Mandaluyong for family members as part of the physical (Father, Mother and obese
development routine and healthy lifestyle children)
campaign.

To inculcate measures to lessen prevalence of


obesity and over nutrition among pre-schoolers in
the City of Mandaluyong

To strengthen ties and relationship of the entire


family members in a special day intended for
them.

To educate and convey the universal language of


health and nutrition in the family.

5. Infant and Young Child Feeding Program

A. Breastfeeding Terminal All Day Care Centers DCC To allow mothers fetching their children to Mothers of students of DCC
of Mandaluyong City City Nutrition Office breastfeed while waiting.
IYCF Task Force
To promote a breastfeeding environment among
mother of reproductive age as well as lactating
mothers.
B. Breastfeeding BLITZ All Elementary DEPED To promote awareness of breastfeeding in Mothers/Fathers of students
schools of LGU-City Nutrition schools among parents, teachers & non-teaching
Mandaluyong City Office personnel Teachers & non-teaching
IYCF Task Force personnel

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To promote Nutrition on in Emergencies and
Creation of Breastfeeding Rooms in schools.
Development Projects Location Lead Objectives Original Target Group
(Barangay) Implementing
Agency
C.ERPAT for Breastfeeding All Barangays DSWD To promote breastfeeding among fathers in the
City Nutrition Office community
IYCF Task Force
To create awareness among fathers on how to be
a supportive father in the family community
D.ASCIM for Breastfeeding All Barangays ASCIM To promote IYCF among senior citizens in the
City Nutrition Office community
IYCF Task Force
To create awareness on the misconceptions on
breastfeeding that can hinder promotion on
breastfeeding in the family & community.
F. GSP for Breastfeeding All Public School GSP Junior & To promote IYCF among Girl Scouts of
Senior Scouts Mandaluyong
City Nutrition Office
IYCF Task Force To serve as vanguards of milk code in times of
emergencies

To promote Breastfeeding in the community

To instill the 8 Point Challenge in line with IYCF


G. Food Package for BFSG
27 Barangays IYCF Task Force To sustain the organization of peer counselor in 159 PC
every barangay for the promotion and protection
of breastfeeding practice among mothers.

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Format B:
Programs and Projects
FORMAT B.
PROGRAMS AND PROJECT
CITY NUTRITION ACTION PLAN 2015
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY
POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
I. NUTRITION SURVEILLANCE AND ASSESSMENT
A. WEIGHING ACTIVITIES
1. Mass Weighing
All Barangay LGU-General
Nutrition Fund, Health
City Health January to Mimeo paper &
A. Operation Timbang 27 Barangays Committee, Health PS 0-71 mos old 56,785 1st Quarter 5,000.00 Departmen &
Office March computer ink
Centers & Day CHO-Nutrition
Care Centers Division
18 Public City Health Office &
2nd - 3rd Mimeo paper &
B. School Weighing of Children Elementary DepEd-Manda Public Elementary School Children 34,453 June to August 5,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Quarter computer ink
Schools Schools
Persons with
CHO-Nutrition
C. Nutritional Assessment for Disabilities Persons with Mimeo paper & General Fund-
26 Barangays Division, BNC & 30 4th Quarter November 3,500.00
Persons with Disabilities Affairs Cerebral Palsy computer ink PDAD
Health Centers
Division
Persons with
Persons with
CHO-Nutrition Developmental
Disabilities Mimeo paper & General Fund-
Service, BNC & Disability (Autism, 100 4th Quarter November 3,500.00
Affairs computer ink PDAD
Health Centers ADHD, Intellectual
Division
Disability)

2. Follow up Monthly Weighing

LGU- General

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All BNC, Health
CHO-Nutrition January to Mimeo paper & Fund/Health
27 Barangays Center & Day Care UW PSC 396 Year Round 5,000.00
Division December computer ink Department/ CHO-

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Centers
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

LGU- General
All BNC, Health
CHO-Nutrition January to Mimeo paper & Fund/Health
27 Barangays Center & Day Care SUW PSC 80 Year Round 5,000.00
Division December computer ink Department/ CHO-
Centers
Nutrition Division

LGU- General
All BNC, Health
CHO-Nutrition January to Mimeo paper & Fund/Health
27 Barangays Center & Day Care OW PSC 201 Year Round 5,000.00
Division December computer ink Department/ CHO-
Centers
Nutrition Division

LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition All BNC and Health 0-23 mos. PS January to Mimeo paper & Fund/Health
27 Barangays 16,507 Year Round 5,000.00
Division Centers Children December computer ink Department/ CHO-
Nutrition Division
18 Public
June 2015 to Mimeo paper &
Elementary DepEd-Manda All Schools Kinder 3,970 Year Round 2,000.00 DepEd-Manda
March 2016 computer ink
Schools
18 Public
Gr. I to VI, SW June 2015 to Mimeo paper &
Elementary DepEd-Manda All Schools 893 Year Round 1,500.00 DepEd-Manda
and W March 2017 computer ink
Schools
3. Follow up Quarterly Weighing

LGU- General
All BNC, Health
CHO-Nutrition 24-71 mos. PS January to Mimeo paper & Fund/Health
27 Barangays Centers & Day 38,482 Quarterly 20,000.00
Division children December computer ink Department/ CHO-
Care Centers
Nutrition Division
4. Endline Weighing

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18 Public Division of CHO-Nutrition
Mimeo paper &
Elementary City School Division and School School Children 34,453 1st Quarter 2016 February 3,600.00 DepEd-Manda
computer ink

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Schools Manda. Elementary Clinics
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
B. Family Profile
LGU- General
CHO/Nutrition 1st - 2nd January to Forms, Fund/Health
27 Barangays All BNC All households 58,421 3,500.00
Division Quarter June computer ink Department/ CHO-
Nutrition Division

A. MICRONUTRIENT SUPPLEMENTATION
1. Vitamin A Supplementation
Vitamin A
CHO-Nutrition January to
27 Barangays All BNC Infants 6-11 mos. 4,732 Year Round capsules 7,192.64 CHD-MM
Division December
100,000 IU
Vitamin A
CHO-Nutrition January to
27 Barangays All BNC PSC 12-59 mos. 37,857 Year Round capsules 57,542.64 CHD-MM
Division December
200,000 IU
18 Public BNC, NGO, School School Children Vitamin A
July 2015 to
Elementary DepEd-Manda Canteens & City (Kinder-Grade 6 & 34,453 Twice a year capsules 104,490.96 DepEd-Manda
January 2016
Schools Health Office SPED) 200,000 IU
All BNC, Health
Within 1 Vitamin A
City Health Centers & Depending on
27 Barangays Lactating Women 9,464 month after capsules 11,495.35 CHD-MM
Office Mandaluyong City delivery month
delivery 200,000 IU
Medical Center
Severely
SUW PS
Underweight and Vitamin A
CHO/Nutrition (80) January to
27 Barangays All BNC Underweight Year Round capsules 901.36 CHD-MM
Division UW PS December
Preschool 200,000 IU
(396)
Children

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City Health January to
27 Barangays All Health Centers Infants 6-11 mos 4,732 Year Round FeSO4 drops 175,651.84 CHD-MM
Office December
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

LGU- General
City Health PSC 12-59 mos January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers 948 Year Round FeSO4 syrups 200,000.00
Office (St/SSt/W/SW) December Department/ CHO-
Nutrition Division

LGU- General
Underweight
City Health January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers Preschool 396 Year Round FeSO4 syrups 295,500.00
Office December Department/ CHO-
Children
Nutrition Division

LGU- General
City Health Severely January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers 80 Year Round FeSO4 syrups 55,300.00
Office Underweight PSC December Department/ CHO-
Nutrition Division

All Health Centers


City Health January to
27 Barangays & Mandaluyong Pregnant Mothers 9,464 Year Round FeSO4 caps. 280,476.00 CHD-MM
Office December
City Medical Center

LGU- General
All Health Centers
City Health January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays & Mandaluyong Lactating Mothers 9,464 Year Round FeSO4 caps. 2,000,310.00
Office December Department/ CHO-
City Medical Center
Nutrition Division
18 Public
CHO-Nutrition Severely Wasted School Year July 2015 to
Elementary DepEd-Manda 291 FeSO4 syrups 193,752.00 Dep. Ed.-Manda
Division School Children 2015-2016 March 2016
Schools
18 Public
CHO-Nutrition Wasted School School Year July 2015 to
Elementary DepEd-Manda 638 FeSO4 syrups 810,000.00 Dep. Ed.-Manda
Division Children 2015-2016 March 2017
Schools

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City Health CHO-Nutrition July 2015 to Micronutrient
3. Micronutrient Powder 27 Barangays 6-11 mos. Old 741 4th Quarter 2,500.00 DOH-NCR
Office Division March 2018 powder

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City Health CHO-Nutrition October to Micronutrient
27 Barangays 12-23 mos. Old 371 4th Quarter 2,500.00 DOH-NCR
Office Division December powder
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
B. FOOD FORTIFICATION
1. Iodized salt utilization
CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
City Health Division & Health January to Monitoring Fund/Health
27 Barangays Households 49,658 Year Round 3,000.00
Office and Sanitation December forms Department/ CHO-
Office Nutrition Division
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition
Fund, Health
City Health Division & Health Food January to Monitoring
27 Barangays 932 Year Round 3,000.00 Department &
Office and Sanitation Establishments December forms
CHO-Nutrition
Office
Division
All public Public School School Year June 2015 to Monitoring
DepEd-Manda All Schools 22 3,000.00 DepEd-Manda
schools Canteens 2015-2016 March 2016 forms
CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
City Health Division & Health Gov't/ January to Monitoring Fund/Health
27 Barangays 4 Year Round 3,000.00
Office and Sanitation Pri.Hospitals December forms Department/ CHO-
Office Nutrition Division
2. Retail outlets selling iodized
salt
CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
City Health Division & Health January to Monitoring Fund/Health
27 Barangays Sari-Sari Stores 1,049 Year Round 2,000.00
Office and Santation December forms Department/ CHO-
Office Nutrition Division

CHO-Nutrition LGU- General


City Health Division & Health Public & Private January to Monitoring Fund/Health

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27 Barangays 15 Year Round 3,000.00
Office and Sanitation Markets December forms Department/ CHO-
Office Nutrition Division

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3. Salt Testing
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

CHO-Nutrition LGU- General


City Health Division & Health Food January to Forms, Fund/Health
27 Barangays 932 Year Round 2,000.00
Office and Sanitation Establishments December logbooks, pens Department/ CHO-
Office Nutrition Division
CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
City Health Division & Health Public School January to Forms, Fund/Health
27 Barangays 22 Year Round 2,000.00
Office and Sanitation Canteens December logbooks, pens Department /
Office Nutrition Division
CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
City Health Division & Health January to Forms, Fund/Health
27 Barangays Sari-Sari Stores 1,049 Year Round 3,000.00
Office and Sanitation December logbooks, pens Department /
Office Nutrition Division
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition
City Health Public & Private January to Forms, Fund/Health
27 Barangays Division & 15 Year Round 3,000.00
Office Markets December logbooks, pens Department /
Sanitation Office
Nutrition Division
4. Retail outlets selling SPS
products and other Fortified
Foods
All public Public School School year June to March Monitoring
DepEd-Manda All Schools 22 2,000.00 DepEd-Manda
schools Canteens 2015-2016 2016 forms
LGU- General
City Health CHO-Nutrition January to Monitoring Fund/Health
27 Barangays Sari-Sari Stores 1,049 Year Round 2,000.00
Office Division December forms Department /
Nutrition Division
5. Fortified Flour Utilization

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Forms,
City Health CHO-Nutrition January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays Bakery Owners 150 Year Round Logbooks, 2,500.00

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Office Division December Department /
ballpen
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
School Bakery
Pedro P. Cruz Forms,
CHO-Nutrition (Pedro P. Cruz January to PPCES School
Elementary DepEd-Manda 1 Year Round Logbooks, 1,500.00
Division Elementary December Fund
School ballpen
School)
Mandaluyong Mandaluyong
Forms,
Manpower January to Manpower
Addition Hills City Health Office Baking Section 1 Year Round Logbooks, 1,000.00
Development December Development
ballpen
Center Center
6. Others:
12-71 mos. PS
7350 Pinoy Pan de
Creative children Creative Baker's
A. MAM for KIDS (Promotion on CHO-Nutrition children and September to sal &
26 Barangays Baker's Inc. & UW/SUW/St/SSt/ 3rd Quarter 47,500.00 Inc.and Nature's
the use of Fortified Flour) Division their October Malunggay
Nature's Earth W/SW and their Earth
families Juice
families
C. HOME,SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY FOOD PRODUCTION
1. Distribution of seeds,
seedlings and cuttings
3rd Quarter Seed packs,
CHO-Nutrition School Children 90-95 days
18 PES DepEd-Manda 14,853 2014 to 1st seedlings and 25,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Division and BNC Grades IV-VI cycle
Quarter 2015 cuttings
Families of UW LGU- General
Seed packs,
CHO-Nutrition Barangay Nutrition and SUW January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays 448 Quarterly seedlings and 25,000.00
Division Committee Preschool December Department /
cuttings
Children Nutrition Division
2. Establishment of fruit &
vegetable gardens and

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PTA, EPP, TLE,
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DepEd-Manda CHO-Nutrition 22 Seed packs 22,000.00
Schools Gardens 2015-2016 March 2016 Manda/PTA
Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Families of UW LGU- General
Liga ng mga BNC & Health and SUW January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays 448 Year Round Seed packs 24,000.00
barangay Center Staff Preschool December Department /
Children Nutrition Division
LGU- General
27
Liga ng mga BNC & Health Community January to Garden tools, Fund/Health
26 Barangays barangay Year Round 50,000.00
barangay Center Staff gardens December fence, materials Department /
s
Nutrition Division
City Social
Barangay January to Seedlings and
and Welfare Bahay Tuluyan Center Garden 1 garden Year Round 3,500.00 CSWD
Hulo December Cuttings
Development
City Social
Barangay January to Seedlings and
and Welfare Bahay Pag-Asa Center Garden 1 garden Year Round 3,500.00 CSWD
Barangka Ilaya December Cuttings
Development
City Social
January to Seedlings and
Addition Hills and Welfare Activity Center Center Garden 1 garden Year Round 3,500.00 CSWD
December Cuttings
Development
Mandaluyong
KKM / Manpower
Manpower CHO- Nutrtition October to Seedlings and
Addition Hills Center Garden 1 garden 4th Quarter 2,500.00 Development
Development Division December Cuttings
Center
Center
Task Force
Day Care Seedlings,
Addition Hills
Service July 2015 to empty Day Care Service
Integrated Day Parents Committee Center Garden 1 garden School Year 5,000.00
Program March 2016 containers. Program Division
Care
Service Gardening tools
Program
BNC of Wack BNC of Wack
Others: Distribution of root crop CHO-Nutrition Public Elementary 3rd - 4th July to Sweet Potato (

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(Sweet Potato) Division School Canteens Quarter December 25 kgs/School
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3. Safe Drinking Water Supply
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Health & LGU- General
A. HH with access to improved or CHO-Nutrition January to Forms and
Citywide Sanitation Households 58,421 Year round 10,000.00 Fund/Health
safe water supply (Level III) Division December Transportation
Office Department
Health & CHO-Nutrition LGU- General
B. Safe and potable drinking Day Care Forms and
Sanitation Division & Day Day Care Centers 56 School Year June to March 1,000.00 Fund/Health
water supply Centers Transportation
Office Care Centers Department
Health &
C. Water Filtration/ installation of Sanitation CHO-Nutrition
Installation of Rotary Club
Potable drinking fountain in PES Public Schools Office & Division & DepEd- Public Schools 22 School year June to March 169,000.00
Filter Machine Mandaluyong
and HS Rotary Club Manda
Mandaluyong
D. NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM
1. Conduct of Nutrition
Education Classes
LGU- General
March, June, 3 days
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Mothers of SUW Fund/Health
A. Organization of Mothers Class 27 Barangays 75 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 33,000.00
Division & BNS PSC Department /
December ys
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, 3 days
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Mothers of UW Fund/Health
27 Barangays 373 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 171,000.00
Division & BNS PSC Department /
December ys
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, 3 days
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers Pregnant Mothers 1,609 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 475,800.00
Division Department /
December ys
Nutrition Division

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
LGU- General
March, June, 3 days
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers Lactating Women 1,609 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 475,800.00

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Division Department /
December ys
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

Mothers of LGU- General


March, June, 3 days
CHO-Nutrition Stunted/ Severely Fund/Health
Others: 27 Barangays All Health Centers 1,151 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 36,995.00
Division Stunted/ Wasted/ Department /
December ys
Severely Wasted Nutrition Division

LGU- General
March, June,
B. Conduct of Pabasa sa CHO-Nutrition Mothers of SUW Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers 75 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 33,000.00
Nutrisyon Division PSC Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition Mothers of UW Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers 373 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 34,380.00
Division PSC Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers Pregnant Mothers 568 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 84,000.00
Division Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers Lactating Women 568 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 84,000.00
Division Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition Mothers of SUW Fund/Health
C. Nutrition Counselling 27 Barangays All Health Centers 75 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division PSC Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Mothers of UW Fund/Health
27 Barangays 373 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division & BNS PSC Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangays Pregnant Mothers 3,312 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00

122
Division & BNS Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangays Lactating Women 3,312 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division & BNS Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division

Mothers of LGU- General


March, June, 1 day
CHO-Nutrition Stunted/ Severely Fund/Health
Others: 27 Barangays All Health Centers 1,151 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 5,000.00
Division Stunted/ Wasted/ Department /
December ys
Severely Wasted Nutrition Division

LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
D. Conduct of Bench Conference CHO-Nutrition Mothers of SUW Fund/Health
27 Barangays All Health Centers 75 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
and Monthly Mother Class Division PSC Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Mothers of UW Fund/Health
27 Barangay 373 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division & BNS PSC Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangay Pregnant Mothers 2,839 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division & BNS Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June, Forms,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangay Lactating Women 2,839 Quarterly September and Logbooks, 7,150.00
Division & BNS Department /
December ballpens
Nutrition Division

Mothers of LGU- General


March, June, 1 days

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
CHO-Nutrition Stunted/ Severely Fund/Health
Others: 27 Barangays All Health Centers 1,151 Quartely September and snacks/giveawa 5,000.00
Division Stunted/ Wasted/ Department /
December ys

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Severely Wasted Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition Mothers of SUW Fund/Health
E. Conduct of Cooking Demo 27 Barangays All Health Centers 75 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 8,250.00
Division PSC Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Mothers of UW Fund/Health
27 Barangays 373 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 33,570.00
Division & BNS PSC Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangays Pregnant Mothers 1,136 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 102,240.00
Division & BNS Department /
December
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
March, June,
CHO-Nutrition All Health Centers Fund/Health
27 Barangays Lactating Women 1,136 Quarterly September and 3 days snacks 102,240.00
Division & BNS Department /
December
Nutrition Division
All Public July and Materials for
DepEd-Manda PTA Public Schools 22 Twice a year 44,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Schools November cooking demo
Persons with
Disabiities
Affairs
Division, All
PDAD/All health
F. Conduct of nutritional Health
Snacks , Forms, centers/BNS/Proj
counselling & education (Mothers Centers, BNS CHO - Nutrition October to
26 Barangays Mothers 70 4th Quarter Logbook and 75,000.00 ect TEACH
of children with developmental & Project Division December
Ballpen Speech
disability) TEACH
Pathologist
Speech
Pathologist
(c/o Office of

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
the Mayor)
City Social Civil Registry/Pre
G. Planadong Pag-Aasawa Tungo Couples getting Every January to Certificate,

124
27 Barangays and Welfare Marriage 325 2,200.00 CSWD
sa Malusog na Pamilya married Wednesday December Handouts
Development Counseling Team
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Task Force
Day Care LGU- General
Liquid
Service City Health Office & Day Care June to March Fund/Health
H. Handwashing Education 26 Barangays 4,782 School Year soap/Hand 47,820.00
Program BNS Children 2016 Department /
towel
Service Nutrition Division
Program
LGU- General
City Health Office,
Task Force Fund/Health
Dental Health Toothbrush,
Day Care Day Care Day Care June to March Department /
I. Toothbrushing Education Division & 4,782 School Year toothpaste, 239,000.00
Centers Service Children 2017 Nutrition Division
Councilor Charisse towel and glass
Program & Councilor
Abalos
Charisse Abalos
Manual in DepEd-
2. Integration of nutrition in Elementary Public Elementary June to March
18 PES DepEd-Manda 18 School year Nutrition 36,000.00 Manda/PTA/
elementary school curriculum Schools School 2016
Education NGO
3. Development, reproduction
and distribution of NIEC
A. Distribution of Nutrition
Material on
Information, Education and Elementary Public Elementary June to March
18 PES DepEd-Manda 18 School year Nutrition/Poster 9,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Communication materials in Schools School 2016
s/Flyers
Schools
B. Distribution of Nutrition LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition
Information, Education and City Health Mothers of SUW 2nd to 4th April to Fund/Health
27 Barangays Division & Health 448 Leaflets 50,000.00
Communication materials among Office and UW Quarter December Department /
Centers
mothers Nutrition Division

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition
City Health Pregnant and January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays Division & Health 18,928 Year round Leaflets 80,000.00

125
Office Lactating mothers December Department /
Centers
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Public
Information LGU- General
Office & Fund/Health
C. Reproduction/Distribution of CHO-Nutrition Identified UW & CGS Growth
27 Barangays Health, 476 2nd Quarter April to June 10,000.00 Department /
CGS Chart Division SUW PSC Charts
Education Nutrition Division
Promotion & CIPH
Office
22
Tarpaulins
Public Schools, 27 LGU- General
D. Reproduction of Nutritional Materials on
CHO-Nutrition Public Information Barangay Hall, Tarpaulins Fund/Health
Guidelines for Filipinos (10 Citywide 2nd Quarter June Nutrition, 350,000.00
Division Office Day Care Centers 56 Department /
Kumainments) Posters & Flyers
& Health Centers Tarpaulins Nutrition Division
27
Tarpaulins
4. Development/publication or
airing of print/radio/tv
messages and face to face
interview and phone patch
LGU- General
Public
A. TV Interview with CNAO CHO-Nutrition Interview (CNAO Transportation Fund/Health
Addition Hills Information 1 Once a year July 70,000.00
Carmelita Abalos Division Menchie Abalos) Allowance Department /
Office
Nutrition Division
B. Publication of newsletters on BNC of New March, June, BNC of OLD
CHO-Nutrition Computer ink,
nutrition program implemented in 2 Barangays Zaniga, Old Newsletters 2 Quarterly September, 5,000.00 Zaniga & New
Division bond paper
barangay/city level Zaniga and December Zaniga
C. Regular Photo and News Public
City Nutrition Photos and news January to Publication Public Information

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Release (Article on Health and Nationwide Information 12 Year Round 200,000.00
Committee releases December materials Office
Nutrition) Office

126
5. Campaign on Breastfeeding
Promotion
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
CHO-Nutrition
LGU- General
Division and Pregnant,
A. Conduct of Breastfeeding CHO-IYCF January to Fund/Health
27 Barangay Mandaluyong Lactating mothers 18,928 Year round Snacks 45,000.00
advocacy among mothers Coordinator December Department /
Breastfeeding or nursing women
Nutrition Division
Patrol
Empowerment &
Reaffirmation of
1
Paternal Abilities
(ERPAT),

Mandaluyong City
CHO-Nutrition Girl Scout Council 1
snacks/tshirts/ LGU- General
Division and (GSP),
B. Conduct of Breastfeeding CHO-IYCF October to button pins, Fund/Health
Citywide Mandaluyong 4th Quarter 50,000.00
advocacy among different groups Coordinator Association of December Tarpaulin, Department /
Breastfeeding
Senior Citizen in notebook Nutrition Division
Patrol 1
Mandaluyong
(ASCIM) &
Tulong Para sa
mga
1
Disadvantaged
(TUPAD)
6. Promotion of Nutritional
Guidelines for Filipinos (NGF)
Public Information
Office, Barangay
Nutrition
A. Increase awareness on NGF in LGU- General
Committee, City IEC
Nutritionally Depressed City Health NDB 10 January to Fund/Health
27 Barangays Social Welfare & Year Round materials,Tarpul 25,000.00
Barangays (NDB) and other Office other barangays 17 December Department /

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Development & ins
Barangays Nutrition Division
Task Force Day

127
Care Service
Program
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
All Public CHO-Nutrition June 2015 to
DepEd-Manda Public Schools 22 School Year Framing of NGF 25,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Schools Division & PIO March 2016
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
B. Promotion of Nutritional 27 Barangays PIO Health Centers 27 2nd Quarter Apritl to June Tarpulins 22,000.00
Division Department /
Guidelines for Filipinos in Schools
Nutrition Division
(NGF)
Task Force LGU- General
56 Day Care Day Care CHO-Nutrition June 2015 to Fund/Health
Day Care Centers 56 School Year Framing of NGF 25,000.00
Centers Service Division & PIO March 2016 Department /
Program Nutrition Division
LGU- General
Health Centers,
7. Distribution of Mother Baby City Health January to Mother Baby Fund/Health
27 Barangays Lying-ins & Lactating Mothers 9,464 Year round 150,000.00
Book Office December books Department /
Hospitals
Nutrition Division
Task Force LGU- General
8. Reproduction of ECCD 56 Day Care Day Care Public Information 36-59 months January to Fund/Health
4,782 Year round ECCD Checklist 330,000.00
Checklist Centers Service Office Children December Department /
Program Nutrition Division
Public
Information
LGU- General
9. Reproduction and Office & CHO-Nutrition
CGS Growth Fund/Health
Distribution of Child Growth 27 Barangays Health, Division & Health 0-71 PSC 56,785 2nd Quarter April to June 425,000.00
Charts Department /
Standards (CGS) Chart Education Centers
Nutrition Division
Promotion
Office
10. Other activities:
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition Cash Prizes, Fund/Health
A. Nutrition Month Celebration 27 Barangays City Health Office Health Centers 27 Once a year July 300,000.00
Division Meals Department /
Nutrition Division

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Task Force
CHO-Nutrition Daycare Service
56 Day Care Day Care Cash Prizes,
Division and Day Care Centers 56 Once a year July 20,000.00 Program Division

128
Centers Service Meals
Parents Committee Fund
Program
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
22 Public PTA & CHO- Cash Prizes, DepEd - Manda
DepEd-Manda PES and HS 22 Once a year July 75,000.00
Schools Nutrition Division Meals School - Move
Local Council for
LGU- General
Liga ng the Protection of Cash Prizes,
Fund/Health
B. Children's Month Celebration Citywide barangay & Children & City BCPC 27 Once a year October game 300,000.00
Department /
LCPC Nutrition materialsMeals
Nutrition Division
Committee
Parents Committee
Task Force Parents
& Barangay
Day Care Cash Prize, Committee of 56
27 Barangays Council for the Day Care Centers 56 Once a year October 60,000.00
Service Trophy, Meals DCC/LGU - Gen.
Protection of
Program Fund
Children
Cash Prizes,
22 Public Parents Teachers DepEd - Manda
DepEd-Manda PES and HS 22 Once a year October game materials, 50,000.00
Schools Association School - Move
Meals
Street Chidren,
City Social
CHO-Nutrition CICL, SNPC & Giveaways,
27 Barangays and Welfare 200 Once a year October 100,000.00 CSWD
Division Tulong Aral ng meals, certifcate
Development
Petron Children
City Health BNC & Health
C. Women's Month Citywide Health Centers 27 Once a year March Logistics/Meals 25,000.00 City Health Office
Office Centers
SNP Volunteer,
CHO-Nutrition Blk Leaders & Giveaways,
27 Barangays CSWD 60 Once a year March 10,000.00 CSWD
Division Solo Parent, meals, certifcate
Batang Ina
CHO-Nutrition
LGU- General

WORK PLAN: TABULAR PRESENTATION


Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Division &
CHO-IYCF Snacks & Fund/Health
D. Breastfeeding Month Citywide Mandaluyong Health Centers 27 Once a year August 80,000.00
Coordinator Tshirts Department /

129
Breastfeeding
Nutrition Division
Patrol
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition Barangay Nutrition September to Fund/Health
E. Food Fortification Week Citywide Health Centers 27 Once a year Snacks 10,000.00
Division Committee November Department /
Nutrition Division
Persons with
F. National Disability Prevention Disabilities CHO-Nutrition Persons with General Fund-
27 Barangays 300 Once a year July Logistics/Meals 60,000.00
and Rehabilitation Week Affairs Service & LCPC disabilies PDAD
Division
E. FOOD ASSISTANCE
1. Conduct of supplementary
feeding (wet & dry feeding)
A. Pre-school (12-71 mos)
LGU- General
UW/SUW PS
CHO-Nutrition CHO - Nutrition June to Fund/Health
11 Barangays enrolled in City 271 120 days Lunch 1,260,000.00
Division Division (CNAO) December Department /
Funded Feeding
Nutrition Division
UW/SUW PS Barangay
Liga ng mga Barangay Nutrition June to
13 Barangays enrolled in BNC 169 120 days Hotmeals 204,750.00 Nutrition
Barangay Committee December
Funded Feeding Committee Fund
NGO's (Rotary
Club of
Manda, Alay BNC of Addition
UW/SUW PS NGO (Rotary
Pag Asa, Hills, BNC of June to
3 Barangays enrolled in NGO 36 120 days Hotmeals 261,000.00 Club of Manda/
Ruben E. Malamig & BNC of December
Funded Feeding Alay Pag Asa)
Ecleo Senior Pag-Asa
Foundation
Inc.)

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Task Force
September
Day Care Day Care Parents Day Care
56 DCC 4,782 120 days 2015 to Hotmeals 5,739,600.00 DSWD-NCR

130
Service Committee Children
February 2016
Program
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Task Force St/SSt/W/SW (35- Provision of gas
September
Day Care CHO - Nutrition 59 mos.) enrolled and other
56 DCC 577 120 days 2015 to 1,268,400.00 DSWD-NCR
Service Division in feeding cooking
February 2016
Program program materials
Pre school in 650 Normal
City Social September
Barangay Nutrition Supervised Weight
6 HBE SNP and Welfare 120 days 2015 to Hotmeals 900,000.00 DSWD-NCR
Committee Neighborhood 15 UW
Development February 2016
Play (SNP) Children

Barangay
Mandaluyong Barangay Nutrition Selected Stunted
B. Mandaluyong City Girl Scout Addition Hills 3 Times a GSP-
City Girl Scout Committee of and Severely 30 July Hotmeals 67,500.00
Council (GSP) Block week Mandaluyong
Council Daang Bakal Stunded Children
37,Welfareville

Kinder 3,970
CHO-Nutrition August 2015 to
C. School Children (5-12 yrs.old) 18 PES DepEd-Manda 120 days Hotmeals 2,456,601.00 DepEd-Manda
Division Severely Wasted March 2016
929
and Wasted
Soroptimist
Addition Hills Selected Severely Soroptimist
D. Feeding Children Teaching International Dep.Ed 3 Times a Daily
Integrated Wasted and 30 July to March 166,500.00 International of
Mothers of Mandaluyong AHIS week Meals/Lunch
School Wasted Girls Mandaluyong
Mandaluyong
2. Conduct of emergency
feeding operations
City Social City Disaster Risk Hot meals or
A. Provision for emergency Families in crisis Charge to Disaster
27 barangays and Welfare Reduction 1,500 as need arises as need arises Rice , Viands
feeding for families situation Calamity fund Fund/LGU
Development Management Office and Water
Day Care Workers,

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Task Force
Parents Emergency Office of the
Day Care Day Care
B. ECCD in Emergencies 27 barangays Committee, Office 0 feeding & as need arises Food packs 150,000.00 Mayor and DSWD-

131
Service Children
of the Mayor & socialization NCR
Program
BCPC
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
C. Infant Feeding in CHO-IYCF
Report forms,
Emergency/Establishment of Coordinator, CHO-Nutrition Evacuation
27 barangays 10 Year round as need arises mineral water, 1,000,000.00 DRRM Fund-LGU
Breastfeeding Corner in CSWD & Division Center
Fdg. Materials
Evacualtion Centers CDRRMC
Public DepEd-Manda
3. Provision of foods at lower, School year June 2015 to Hot meals and
Elementary DepEd-Manda School Canteens School Children 34,453 108,000.00 (revolving fund)
subsidized prices 2015 -2016 March 2016 snacks items
Schools from canteen
4. Others:
A. Distribution of Food Office of the Task Force Day Food packs/ LGU- General
Day Care
Commodities among Day Care 56 DCC Mayor & City Care Service 4,782 Once a year December Noche Buena 2,270,500.00 Fund/Office of the
Children
Children Council Program Package Mayor
F. NUTRITION IN ESSENTIAL MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH SERVICES
Mother Baby
1. Pregnant women with 4 or City Health January to
27 Barangays All Health Centers Pregnant Women 9,464 Year Round book, records, 379,220.00 LGU, DOH, CIPH
more prenatal visits Office December
Masterlist form
Masterlist form,
tetanus toxoid,
2. Pregnant women given City Health January to
27 Barangays All Health Centers Pregnant Women 9,464 Year Round vaccine, 379,220.00 LGU, DOH, CIPH
tetanus toxoid (TT2 plus) Office December
syringe, cotton
and alcohol
Mother baby
3. Post-partum women with at City Health Post-partum January to
27 Barangays All Health Centers 9,464 Year Round book, Logbook 206,662.80 LGU, CHD-NCR
least 2 postnatal visits Office women December
and pens
PMC
4. Families/Couples attended
City Health Pre Marriage Couples getting January to Certificates,Lect LGU, DOH, CIPH,
classes on responsible 27 Barangays 2,001 Year Round 51,584.00
Office Counseling Team married December ures Materials & MCHN
parenthood
Handouts

5. Families /Couples Practicing New Acceptors 8,964


City Health January to Contraceptives, LGU, DOH, CIPH,
responsible parenthood (Family 27 Barangays All Health Centers Year Round 3,504,164.09
Office December gloves, alcohol MCHN
Planning) Current Users 23,286

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6. High school students Lecture
11 High High School 3rd to 4th July to

132
provided with reproductive DepEd-Manda All Health Centers 18,210 Materials and 22,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Schools Students Quarter December
health education Hand outs
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

7. Infants exclusively breastfed City Health 0-6 months January to leaflets, LGU- Gen.Fund/
27 Barangays All Health Centers 9,464 Year Round 5,000.00
from 0-6 months Office infants December logbooks City Health Office

8. Infants given complementary City Health January to leaflets, LGU- Gen.Fund/


27 Barangays All Health Centers 6-8 months 6,353 Year Round 5,000.00
foods 6-8 months Office December logbooks City Health Office

9. Fully immunized children (9- City Health January to leaflets, LGU- Gen.Fund/
27 Barangays All Health Centers 9-11 months 9,464 Year Round 20,000.00
11 mos.) Office December logbooks City Health Office
All Health Centers LGU, CHD-NCR,
10. Dewormed children ages 1-4 City Health Children 1-4 yrs. Mebendazole
27 Barangays & Day Care 37,857 Twice a year Januart to July 160,290.00 MNCHN, DOH-
yrs old Office Old tablets
Centers CIPH
18 Public School Children LGU, CHD-NCR,
11. Dewormed children ages 5- City Health July 2015 & Albendazole
Elementary DepEd-Manda (Kinder-Grade 6 & 34,453 Twice a year 51,843.00 MNCHN, DOH-
11 yrs. Old Office Feb.2016 tablets
Schools SPED) CIPH
12. Provision of dental care
(curative treatment)
Severely Dental Health
A. Dental Care for pre school City Health July to LGU- Gen.Fund/
27 Barangays Health Centers Underweight & 476 Weekly Items, filling 122,000.00
children Office December City Health Office
Underweight PSC materials
Office of
Councilor Office of
Charisse Mandaluyong Councilor
B. PPANG BEBE: Dental Health
56 Day Care Abalos and Dentist Association June 2015 to Charisse Abalos
(Pagpapaaalala sa pagaalaga ng Day Care Chilren 4,782 Year Round Items, filling 179,000.00
Centers Task Force & CHO - Nutrition March 2016 and Task Force
Ngipin ni Bebe) materials
Day Care Division Day Care Service
Service Program
Program

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
Persons with
Dental Health
C. Children with disabilities Dental Disabilities Mandaluyong Persons with General Fund-
27 Barangays 25 Once a year September Items, filling 5,000.00

133
Evaluation Affairs Dentist Association disabilities PDAD
materials
Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Toothbrush,
School Children
July & toothpaste, DepEd-Manda/
D. School Children 18 PES DepEd-Manda School Clinics (Kinder, Grade I- 34,453 Twice a year 518,430.00
November logbook, LGU/ NGO
VI & SPED)
ballpens
13. Other Activities
Persons with
A. Provision of appropriate PWD Coordinators
Disabilities Persons with January to Form, logbooks General Fund-
Assistive Device to correct and 27 Barangays & Latter Day Saints 50 Year round 50,000.00
Affairs mobility disorders December and ballpens PDAD
prevent postural deviation Charities
Division
3 Day Care LGU- General
Task Force Day 3 Weighing
B. Purchase of new weighing Center (DCC City Health July to Fund/Health
Care Service Day Care Centers 3 Once Scale & Height 25,500.00
scales for Day Care Centers Integrated, Blk Office December Department /
Program Board
32, Bar. Ibaba) Nutrition Division
G. LIVELIHOOD ASSISTANCE
1. Provision of Materials
Mandaluyong Materials to be
City Social Tulong Aral
Selected Manpower used for training
A. Bread and Pastry Production and Welfare Petron/SNP 252 One month Quarterly CSWD
Barangays Development uniform and
Development Participants
Center assessment

Mandaluyong Materials to be Mandaluyong


City Social and Tulong Aral
Selected Manpower used for training Manpower
B. Beauty Care Welfare Petron/SNP 65 Once a year Quarterly 150,000.00
Barangays Development uniform and Development
Development Participants
Center assessment Center

Materials to be
City Social Pagdamay sa Tulong Aral
Selected used for training
C. Food Processing and Welfare Dukha Association Petron/SNP 183 One month Quarterly CSWD

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Barangays uniform and
Development Inc. Participants
assessment

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2. Conduct of livelihood skills
training (3 mos.)
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Skills Training (3 mos) on: Mandaluyong CHO-Nutrition Mandaluyong
89 Materials
A. Dress making Selected Manpower Division, BNS & January to Manpower
Selected Parents 48 Quarterly needed for the
B. Hair dressing Barangays Development Liga ng mga December Development
103 training
C. Massage Therapy Center Barangay Center
Jose Fabella
Rotary Club of Jose Fabella 3rd - 4th July to General Fund-
3. Sewing Memorial SPED Students 8 Materials 100,000.00
Mandaluyong Memorial School Quarter December PDAD
School
Mandaluyong Mandaluyong
Materials
Selected Manpower CHO-Nutrition October to Manpower
4. Cookielicious Selected Parents 25 4th Quarter needed for the 10,000.00
Barangays Development Division & BNS December Development
baking
Center Center
Persons with
5. Production of eco bag and Disabilities Persons with January to
Citywide Leonard Cheshire 20 Year round Seed Capital 20,000.00 LCDPFI
rags Affairs disabilies December
Division
Barangay New BNC of New Bags made of Green Ladies
6. Provision of Financial BNC of New
Zaniga & Zaniga, Malamig, Families with 2nd-4th April to Dyaryo/Lei Movement and
assistance linked with Market Zaniga & 35 100,000.00
Barangay Green Ladies and malnourishes PS Quarter December Made of Blue Ladies of
outlets Malamig
Malamig Blue Ladies Magazine Bgy. Malamig
7. Provision of ALS for Out-of-
School Youth
OSY, Drop Out &
1,463
School Leavers Jan to June
A. Cooking, Food Processing, Cooking
All 2014 &
Baking, Food Preservation and DepEd-Manda LGU/ PTA Twice a year Ingredients/Foo 44,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Highschools Open HS students July to
some of the Courses offered d Items
in MHS,MPNAG & 114 Dec.2015
HHIS
Office of
PESO &
8. Establishment of Negosyo Councilor July to Office of Couun.
CityHall Mandaluyong Negosyo Center 1 3rd Quarter Building /Center

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Center Charisse September Charisse Abalos
Cooperative
Abalos

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H. PROMOTION OF DESIRABLE NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE BEHAVIOR
1. Zumba Dance
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

Water, sound
City Hall,
CHO-Nutrition Different Offices in Zumba session January to system and Office of the
A. Zumba Session at the City Hall Atrium 192 Weekly 48,000.00
Division Cityhall per year December token for the Mayor
Building
dance instructor
Selected Water, sound
Office of
CHO-Nutrition overweight system, fruits Office of
B. Fitness Caravan/Zumba Kids Councilor Every January to
27 Barangays Division & Ciara parents and 27 and token for 57,600.00 Councilor
(Sayaw Para sa Kalusugan) Charisse Saturday December
Marie Foundation children in the dance Charisse Abalos
Abalos
barangays instructor
CHO-Nutrition
Water, sound Office of
Office of the Division, KKM,
system, fruits Councilor
C. Zumba for Guinness World Mayor and GSP, Green Residents of
27 Barangays 12,975 Once July and token for 57,600.00 Charisse
Records Councilor Ladies, Blue Ladies Mandaluyong
the dance Abalos/Office of
Abalos & Ciara Marie
instructor the Mayor
Foundation
June 2014 to
2. Provision of Healthy Food in 22 Public Parents Teachers All Public School March 2015 & DepEd-Manda/
DepEd-Manda 22 Year round raw fruits & egg 20,000.00
the Canteen Schools Association Canteens June 2015 to Parents
March 2016
City Social Tulong Aral
3. Advocacy on Vegetable CHO-Nutrition educational
10 Barangays and Welfare Petron Parents & 60 Once a year July 4,800.00 CSWD
Consumption and Eggducation Division cost, snacks
Development Scholars
4. Wellness program in Schools
Selected
Every Monday DepEd - Manda
A. Zumba Classes for teachers & All Public Teachers & Non-
DepEd-Manda 22 Public Schools 1,845 School Year after Flag water / biscuits 121,220.00 School Feeding
non-teaching personnel Schools teaching
Raising Fund
Personnel
DepEd - Manda/

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22 Public Schools Selected Public LGU- General
B. Fun Run for Teachers and All Public Cash Prizes and
DepEd-Manda & Ciara Marie School Teachers 2,845 Once a year July 75,000.00 Fund/Health
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Foundation and Students Department /
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

Day Care Workers,


Day Care Parents
LGU- General
Committee, CNC, Overweight/Obes Food, Games,
CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
5. Family Big Day All Barangays LCPC & e PSC together 100 Once a year November Cash Prize, 450,000.00
Division Department /
Mandaluyong with their families Materials
Nutrition Division
Federation of Child
Representative

6. WELL PO 2 ! EH DI WOW ! Overweight, LGU- Gen.Fund/


"Wellness Program for Obese All Public Obese School Food, Games, City Health Office
CHO-Nutrition
and Overweight …… Elementary DepEd-Manda Children and 1,403 Once a year November Cash Prize, 400,000.00 / Nutrition
Division
Education,Health and Dance Schools teaching Materials Division/DepEd-
Intervention" personnel Manda
7. Summer Clinic for Children
with Disabilities Persons with
A. Drum & Lyre, Painting and Disabilities SPED Schools and Children with April to General Fund-
27 Barangays 100 Once a year Logistics/Meals 10,000.00
Football Affairs Project TEACH Disabilities September PDAD
Division
B. PWDe MagZumba 200

Integrated Day LGU- Gen.Fund/


Care Centers- Task Force Sound System City Health Office
3,020 x 4
8. Zumba for Obese Day Care Addition Hills Day Care Parents of Obese Obese Day Care July 2015 to Water / Nutrition
151 Every Friday Friday x 9 mos
Students and Saniboy Service Day Care Children Children March 2016 Apple Division/
= 108,720
Day Care Program Banana Councilor
Centers Charisse Abalos
I. PROMOTION OF INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING (IYCF)
4 Barangays
Public 10 key messages LGU- General

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
1. Comple Caravan (Plainview, CHO-Nutrition
Information on Comple Fund/Health
A. Development of IEC for Addition Hills, Division & IYCF 40 3rd Quarter August Laminated IEC 10,000.00
Office & Caravan Department /

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Comple Caravan MJR, Coordinator
HEPO Tarpaulins Nutrition Division
Poblacion)
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
CSWD, DILG,
DepEd-Manda,
Max's
CHO-Nutrition Budget, Task Force LGU- General
Restaurant,
B. Orientation of Trainors on Division & Day Care Service NDs, BNSs & BF Fund/Health
Function 35 2 batches April to June Snacks 10,000.00
Comple Caravan IYCF- Program, Patrols Department /
Room, Shaw
Coordinator Manpower Nutrition Division
Blvd.
Development &
NGOs
400 pcs. Bowl
4 Barangays
CHO-Nutrition styro, 400 pcs, LGU- General
(Plainview, 2 x a week
Division & Barangay Nutrition Pregnant & July to spoon, Fund/Health
C. Comple Caravan in Barangays Addition Hills, 120 from 3rd-4th 54,950.00
IYCF- Committee Lactating Mothers December hotmeals, Department /
MJR, Quarter
Coordinator giveaways, 400 Nutrition Division
Poblacion)
snacks
CHO-Nutrition
Division, IYCF- LGU- General
HR Manager & Coordinator & HRs and Snacks. / Fund/Health
2. Advocacy on RA- 10028 DOH-NCRO 100 2nd Quarter April to June 7,500.00
Nurses Mandaluyong employees Leaflets Department /
Breastfeeding Nutrition Division
Patrol

Batches 3 LGU- General


3. Conduct of training on City Health IYCF-Techinical October to Fund/Health
27 Barangays 4th Quarter Snacks/Venue 174,000.00
MOBCOM for IYCF Office Working Group BNS, BFSG and November Department /
40
midwife Nutrition Division
City Health Office, Health Center 27
4. Establishment of
Task Force Day PES 18
Breastfeeding Station/Corner in BNC Fund,

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IYCF- Care Service Day Care Center 56 January to
health center, school, City Hall Year Round IEC materials 12,000.00 DEPED-Manda
Coordinator Program, Dep.Ed- Community 6 December
workplace, community, hospital and Barangays

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Manda & CHO- Workplace 2
and day care centers
Nutrition Division Hospital 2
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
5. Breastfeeding Patrol CHO-Nutrtion Breastfeeding Fund/Health
City level Patrol members 159 4th Quarter December Food Package 55,650.00
Members given food packs Division Patrol Department /
Nutrition Division
Public CHO-Nutrition
Dep.Ed- Public Elemetary 3rd-4th October to Dep.Ed-
6. Conduct of BF Blitz in school Elementary Division & IYCF 18 Snacks 12,000.00
Mandaluyong Schools Quarter December Mandaluyong
Schools Coordinator
Empowerment &
Reaffirmation of
1
Paternal Abilities
(ERPAT),
Mandaluyong City
Girl Scout Council 1
IYCF- LGU- General
7. Expansion of advocacy (GSP),
Techinical CHO-Nutrition Fund/Health
activity for GSP, ERPAT, City level Association of 3rd Quarter September Snacks 60,000.00
Working Division Department /
ASCIM,TUPAD Senior Citizen in
Group 1 Nutrition Division
Mandaluyong
(ASCIM) &
Tulong Para sa
mga
1
Disadvantaged
(TUPAD)
IYCF- LGU- General
Bond paper,
8. Documentation of BF Month Techinical CHO-Nutrition BF Month 2nd-4th May to Fund/Health
City Level 1 computer ink & 5,000.00
Celebration Working Division Documentation Quarter December Department /
acetate
Group Nutrition Division
IYCF- Mandaluyong LGU- General
9. Conduct of general assembly Techinical Breastfeeding 1st & 2nd January and Fund/Health
City Level Assembly 2 Snacks 11,925.00
among BF Patrol Working Patrol & CHO- Quarter December Department /
Group Nutrition Division Nutrition Division

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IYCF- LGU- General
10. Conduct of IYCF monitoring Techinical CHO-Nutrition 2nd-4th June to Monitoring Fund/Health
27 Barangays Monitoring Visits 4 1,500.00

139
activity under PGN Working Division Quarter December forms Department /
Group Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

III. ENABLING MECHANISM


A. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
1. Capacity Building for
Implementors
Budget Office,
Treasury, Planning Hotel
Office, DepEd- Accomodation, LGU- General
A. City Nutrition Committee
CHO-Nutrition Manda, CSWD, January to Transporation Fund/Health
plans/programs and projects Tagaytay CNC Core Group 25 1st Quarter 488,000.00
Division Task Force Day March expenses, Department /
assessment 2015
Care Service Meals and Nutrition Division
Program, DILG and Venue
PESO
City Planning
LGU- General
B. Workshop on the development Maxs Development CNC Core Group
Monitoring and July to Meals, venue Fund/Health
of monitoring and evaluation Restaurant, Office & Public & Monitoring 15 3rd Quarter 150,000.00
Evaluation Team September and Training kit Department /
scheme for City level Shaw Blvd. Information Team
Nutrition Division
Office
Hotel
Accomodation, LGU- General
C .Lakbay AraL and Team
CHO-Nutrition Liga ng mga All BNAOs in 27 Transporation Fund/Health
Building for the Barangay Nutrtion Ilocos Norte 27 2nd Quarter April to June 425,000.00
Division Barangay & BNC Barangays expenses, Department /
Action Officer (BNAOs)
Meals and Nutrition Division
Venue
D. Orientation on MANDA 1000
days ! "Unang Isang Libong Taon LGU- General
araw , Para sa Batang Wow " and Kaban ng CHO-Nutrition Health Centers & Selected Health October to Meals and Fund/Health

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57 4th Quarter 100,000.00
Refresher course on Nutrition hiyas Division BNC Center Staff December Venue Department /
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140
nurses and midwives
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

Hotel Hotel
School Feeding Accomodation, Accomodation,
E. School Nutrition Program
Oasis Hotel, DepEd- CHO-Nutrition Nutrition Transporation Transporation
Coordinator training on Health 22 3rd Quarter 304,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Tanza Cavite Mandaluyong Division Coordinators & expenses, expenses,
and Nutrition Program
Supervisors Meals and Meals and
Venue Venue

Training
Task Force
Materials, Food
F. Training of Day Care Workers Day Care CHO-Nutrition Day Care Day Care Service
Tagaytay 60 Once a year November Accomodation, 449,700.00
on CGS Service Division Teachers/Workers Program Division
RP and
Program
Facilitator

Bantay Asin Task


LGU- General
G. Orientation and organizing salt Conference Health and Force (CNC
CHO-Nutrition October to Meals and Fund/Health
iodization program for Technical Room, Office Sanitation, Liga ng members & Local 25 4th Quarter 50,000.00
Division December Venue Department /
Working Group of the Mayor Barangay & PNP Bantay Asin Task
Nutrition Division
Force)
2. Conduct of Training for
Beneficiaries:
LGU- General
A. Orientation on the conduct of
CHO-Nutrition CNAO, BNC & Mothers of July to Fund/Health
MCHN among mothers of 27 Barangays 448 Once a year Snacks 150,000.00
Division NGO UW/SUW PS September Department /
UW/SUW PSC
Nutrition Division
B. Social preparation on
City Social Parents enrolled
supplementary feeding for parents CHO-Nutrition July to
6 barangays Welfare in SNP/ SNP 650 Once a year Snacks 9,750.00 CSWD
of the homebased SNP Children Division & BNC September
Development volunteers
Parents/SNP volunteers

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C. Orientation on Child Growth City Social
Maxs CHO- Nutrition

141
Standard Assessment among Welfare SNP volunteers 45 Once a year April to June Snacks 15,000.00 CSWD
Restaurant Division
SNP Development
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
Public
Special Program
D. Orientation on Child Growth Maxs Employment CHO- Nutrition
for Employment of 200 Once a year April to June Snacks 25,000.00 PESO
Standard Assessment (CGS) Restaurant Services Division
Students (SPES)
Office
Ciudad
Meals, Hotel
E. IYCF training for Parent Christhia DOH-NCRO & City Parent Leaders of October to
DILG 105 Once a year Accomodation 898,482.50 LPRAT- BUB
Leaders of NHTS Families resort, San Health Office NHTS December
and Training kit
Mateo
B. NUTRITION ADVOCACY
1. Conduct of advocacy
meeting with various groups
Rotary Club of
Rotary Club of Rotary Club of
Mandaluyong,
Pag-Asa, Mandaluyong, Mandaluyong
Uptown and BNC of Pag-asa,
Addition Hills, Uptown and (Uptown and
Soroptimist Addition Hills, 3rd-4th October to Meals and
A. NGOs in support of nutrition Plainview & Soroptimist 6 20,000.00 Soroptimist
International, Plainview and Quarter December Venue
Hagdan Bato International, International ,
APO, ALAY Hagdan Bato Itaas
ItaasI APO, ALAY PAG- Creative Bakers,
PAG-ASA,
ASA, KKM & GSP Naturre's Earth)
KKM & GSP
B. School/Health Board:
School Feeding
June to August Meeting
Nutrition
b.1 Nutrition/Feeding School 22 Public CHO-Nutrition 2014 lecture,
DepEd-Manda Coordinators & 1 Once a year 40,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Coordinators meeting Schools Division January to Materials, forms
Supervisors
March 2015 & snack
meeting
Selected Nurses,
b.2 School/Division Medical & 22 Public PTA & CHO- January to CGS materials,
DepEd-Manda Dentist & Dental 25 Quarterly 6,000.00 DepEd-Manda
Dental Personnel Schools Nutrition Division December report & snacks
Aide
2. Other Activites

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A. Dialogue/Meeting with
Councilor Charisse Abalos for the CHO- Nutrition Public Employment July to Office of Coun.
City Level 1 Meeting 1 3rd Quarter Snacks 8,000.00

142
allocation of budget for livelihood Division Services Office September Alex Sta. Maria
program
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

B. Meeting with Coun. Alex Sta.


Maria for the Creation of CHO- Nutrition City Health Office & 1 E.O. 1 E.O July to Office of Coun.
City Level 2nd Quarter Snacks 1,500.00
Executive Order regarding the Division IYCF Coordinator 1 meeting 1 Meeting September Alex Sta. Maria
Nutrition In Emergencies Clusters
Health and
C. Dialogue Meeting with
Sanitation, Liga ng
Councilor Alex Sta. Maria for the 1
CHO- Nutrition mga Barangay, 1 meeting & 1 Office of Coun.
passage of Resolution for City Level Resolution 3rd Quarter August Snacks 5,000.00
Division Bantay Asin Task resolution Alex Sta. Maria
BANTAY ASIN Task Force for the 1 meeting
Force & CNC
City of Mandaluyong
members
D. Advocacy Meeting on Drafting
the Creation of Breastfeeding DepEd-Manda, City
CHO- Nutrition 1 Advocacy Office of Coun.
rooms and integration of IYCF in City Level Health Office & 1 meeting 3rd Quarter September Snacks 1,500.00
Division Meeting Boy Sta Maria
the Curriculum in all schools in IYCF Coordinator
Mandaluyong
C. OVER-ALL PLANNING, COORDINATION, MONITORING & SURVEILLANCE
1. Planning
A. Nutrition committee
organized/reorganized
Budget Office,
Treasury, CSWD, LGU- General
CHO -
DepEd-Manda, Supporting Fund/Health
a.1. City Nutrition Committee City Level Nutrition & CNC members 1 1st Quarter March 10,000.00
NGO, Manpower Documents Department /
CPDO
Development & Nutrition Division
Accounting Office
LGU- General
Liga ng Barangay
a.2. Barangay Nutrition Barangay Nutrition Supporting Fund/Health
27 Barangays Barangay / Nutrition 27 1st Quarter January 10,000.00

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Committee Committee Documents Department /
DILG Committee
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B. Nutrition Assessment
conducted
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition Liga ng mga Operation January to Fund/Health
b.1. Conduct of OPT 27 Barangays 1 1st Quarter Forms 10,000.00
Division Baarangay & BNC Timbang March Department /
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
Updated Spot
b.2. Formulation/updating of City & CHO-Nutrition Liga ng mga 1 Fund/Health
Map of the City & 1st Quarter March Tarpaulin 10,000.00
spotmap Barangays Division Baarangay & BNC 27 Department /
Barangays
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
Updated Causal
b.3. Formulation/updating of City & CHO-Nutrition Liga ng mga 1 Fund/Health
model at city level 1st Quarter March Forms 10,000.00
causal model of nutritional status Barangays Division Baarangay & BNC 27 Department /
& Barangays
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
b.4. Availability of updated City & CHO-Nutrition Liga ng mga Updated Nutrition Fund/Health
1 2nd Quarter April Forms 10,000.00
Nutrition Situation Report Barangays Division Baarangay & BNC Report Department /
Nutrition Division
C. Nutrition Action Plans
formulated
CPDO, LGU- General
CHO- Nutrition
Budget, City Nutrition July to Fund/Health
c.1. City nutrition action plan City Level Division and CNC 1 3rd Quarter Report & Forms 10,000.00
Treasury & Action Plan September Department /
members
Accounting Nutrition Division
LGU- General
CPDO, DILG, BNC, Liga ng Barangay
July to Fund/Health
c.2. Barangay nutrition action plan 27 Barangays Budget & Barangay & CHO- Nutrition Action 27 3rd Quarter Report & Forms 10,000.00
September Department /
Accounting Nutriton Division Plan
Nutrition Division
D. Action plans integrated into
the Local Development Plan
CPDO,
LGU- General
Budget Office, CHO-Nutrition

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Fund/Health
d.1. City Nutrition Action Plan City Level Treasury & Division & CNC City Plan 1 4th Quarter September Report & Forms 5,500.00
Department /
Accounting members

144
Nutrition Division
Office
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE

CPDO,
Budget Office,
d.2. Barangay Nutrition Action Brgy. Level, 26 Liga ng mga
Treasury & Barangay Plan 27 3rd Quarter September Report & Forms 5,500.00 BNC
Plan barangays Baarangay & BNC
Accounting
Office

2. Monitoring and Surveillance


LGU- General
BNS, Health Center
A. Submission of PPAN CHO-Nutrition January to Forms & Fund/Health
City Level Staff and CNC PPAN 4 Quarterly 5,000.00
accomplishment report Division December Computer Ink Department /
Members
Nutrition Division
B. Conduct of monitoring visits
Monitoring LGU- General
CHO-Nutrition Monitoring and January to forms & Fund/Health
b.1. Nutrition Staff Barangay level Monitoring Visit 12 Monthly 200,000.00
Division Evaluation Team December transportation Department /
expenses Nutrition Division
LGU- General
City Nutrition Monitoring and January to Monitoring Fund/Health
b.2. Nutrition Committee City Level Monitoring Visit 4 Quarterly 100,000.00
Committee Evaluation Team December forms/ transpo Department /
Nutrition Division
C. Conduct of meetings
Budget Office,
Treasury, CSWD,
LGU- General
DepEd-Manda,
c.1. City Nutrition Committee January to Fund/Health
City Level Mayor/CNAO NGO, Manpower Quarterly Meeting 4 Quarterly Snacks/Venue 40,000.00
(CNC) December Department /
Development,
Nutrition Division
Accounting Office &
DILG

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Mandaluyong City Nutrition Action Plan
LGU- General
Liga ng mga
c.2. Barangay Nutrition Action CNAO/Office January to Fund/Health
City Level Baarangay, BNC & Quarterly Meeting 4 Quarterly Snacks/Venue 40,500.00

145
Officers (BNAO) of the Mayor December Department /
DILG
Nutrition Division
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
LGU- General
c.3 Barangay Nutrition Scholars CHO-Nutrition BNS Monthly January to Fund/Health
City Level BNS Association 12 Monthly Snacks 200,000.00
(BNS) Division meeting December Department /
Nutrition Division
D. Conduct of PIR
Budget Office,
Treasury, CSWD,
LGU- General
DepEd-Manda,
Fund/Health
d.1. City Nutrition Committee City Level Mayor/CNAO NGO,Manpower PIR 1 Once a year September Snacks/Venue 300,000.00
Department /
Development,
Nutrition Division
Accounting Office,
DILG & CNC-TWG
LGU- General
Production of
E. Documentation of Nutrition CHO-Nutrition Documentation Fund/Health
City Level CNC members 1 Once a year August Reports & 15,000.00
Month Division Report Department /
Binding
Nutrition Division
LGU- General
F. Documentation and production Production of
CHO-Nutrition Documentation Fund/Health
of Nutrition Impact Programs and City Level PIO & HEPO 7 Once a year August Reports & 150,000.00
Division Report Department /
other Nutrition Reports Binding
Nutrition Division
D. RESOURCE GENERATION
1. Conduct of fund-raising
activity
Liga ng mga
CHO-Nutrition Technical and Liga ng
Barangay &
A. Kaps Amazing Talent IV City Level Division & CNC Fund Raising 1 Once a year December Production 85,000.00 Barangay/Office
Office of the
members Ticket of the Mayor
Mayor
Persons with
CHO-Nutrition
B. Nutri- Bingo para sa mga Disabilities
City Level Division & CNC Fund Raising 1 Once a year May Raffle Ticket 75,000.00 PDAD

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C. BNAO Raffle Ticket para sa BNAO Liga ng mga BNAO -
City Level Fund Raising 1 Once a year December Raffle Ticket 135,000.00
Nutrisyon Association Barangay & BNC Mandaluyong
IMPLEMENTERS ANNUAL TARGETS TOTAL BUDGETARY POSSIBLE
LOCATION/ FREQUENCY/ TIMETABLE
PROGRAM/PROJECT SOURCE OF
BARANGAY LEAD COOPERATING DURATION (SPECIFY) ITEM OF
GROUP NO. AMOUNT FUNDS
AGENCY/ UNIT AGENCY/UNIT EXPENDITURE
BNS Liga ng mga
D. Cake Raffle City Level Fund Raising 1 Once a year October Cake 10,000.00 BNS Association
Association Barangay & BNC
2. Amount allocated for the
Nutrition Program
Budget Office,
City Nutrition January to
A. City Nutrition Fund City Level City Council Planning Office 14 Million Once a year Nutrition budget 14M LGU
Fund December
&Treasury Office

Prepared by the Local Nutrition Committee: Attested By: Noted By:

MS. TERESA A. DELOS REYES, RND DR. ZALDY R. CARPESO MS. CARMELITA A.ABALOS
Nutrition Program Coordinator Medical Nutrition Program Coordinator, MD, MHA City Nutrition Action Officer

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Monitoring and Evaluation Scheme
The Mandaluyong City Nutrition Committee, through its Monitoring and Evaluation Team and
Nutrition Secretariat, has the prime responsibility of monitoring and evaluation of the nutrition plan
implementation of the city and each barangay. This is done in coordination with different offices and
BNC’s of the city. Monitoring and evaluation is necessary in order to assess the efficiency of city level
plan implementation as well as the management and support given by other local agencies and NGO’s
. It is important to measure changes in weight status of pre-school children in the Barangay, This is
also an opportunity to determine the extent to which nutrition is integrated into the City Development
Plan and the Annual Investment Plan (AIP).

A. MONITORING SCHEME:
Monitoring helps the CNC to make adjustments needed to meet the goals, objectives and
targets, determine quarterly status of implementation of the nutrition interventions and facilitating
activities, and determine the improvement in nutritional status and develop capabilities of the
implementers in monitoring and evaluation.

The following schemes are used in monitoring and evaluation system:


1. Quarterly monitoring through conduct of visits , meetings, and reporting using the PPAN
accomplishment report forms
2. Annual evaluation through the monitoring and evaluation of city and barangay level plan
implementation
3. Impact evaluation through nutrition surveys, Operation Timbang and school nutrition
assessment
4. Nutrition Surveillance
5. Conduct of special programs

B. EVALUATION SCHEME:
The Mandaluyong City Nutrition Committee and the National Nutrition Council (NNC) have a
set of indicators to measure effectiveness of the Nutrition Plan based on the objectives of the
City Nutrition Action Plan (CNAP). A Program Implementation Review (PIR) is conducted by the
City Nutrition Committee at the end of the implementing year. At the national level, an annual
evaluation activity by the NNC Regional Evaluation Team (NNC-RET) is also conducted. This
is called the Monitoring and Evaluation at the Local Level Plan of Implementation(MELLIPI).
It measures the performance of each LGU and determines if the City passes a criteria on
programs in nutritional status efficiency and effectiveness. The Barangay shares part on the
evaluation through the Barangay validation of records and validation of changes in nutritional
status of sampled children. The performance rating is necessary for the annual search
implementing year. The performance rating is crucial in the annual search for the Outstanding
Barangay Nutrition Scholar (BNS).

A special evaluation team composed of highly technical members of the City Nutrition
Council has been established to oversee the barangay nutrition scholars’ documentation and
performance as a whole. The stringent paper and document evaluation was evaluated following
the set of criteria being implemented by the National Nutrition Council with specific inclination

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on the dynamics of documentation, technical writing and data treatment close to the process
of making a technical report. In the evaluation, the team divided themselves according to their
areas of specialty and technical capability to judge and re-examine data, computations needed
and manner of documentation employing the guidelines and criterion set for a well-presented
report.

This evaluation scheme will raise the performance of the barangay nutrition scholars since the
members of the evaluating team will employ rigid procedure in terms of data presentation and
documentation.

It is also in this area where recommendations and suggestions are to be given by the members
of the special evaluation team to further achieve the proper presentation of data and findings
on the services duly provided in the barangay.

In the course of the evaluation, the team is also tasked to call or seek the attention of the
barangay nutrition scholars on matters related to her report weaknesses and gives further
correction for adjustments and justifications. In this manner, coaching and teaching the BNS
makes them see their errors and on the side will employ the necessary adjustments if there
are, or simply put corrections on areas with data and information discrepancies and lapses.

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Budgetary Requirements
The City Nutrition Committee (CNC) is the focal point of implementation of the nutrition programs. The Mayor
is the Chairperson and his wife is the Nutrition Action Officer (CNAO). The committee prepares the CNAP and
translates it into a program action. However, if the plan is not integrated in the City Development Plan, success
would not be possible. It is therefore the role of the Chairperson to mandate, allocate and approve disbursement
of the city funds for the acquisition of materials and logistics necessary for the realization of the City Nutrition
Action Plan (CNAP).

The city government also provides fund for the implementation of the Barangay Nutrition Action Plan (BNAP).
Other sources of funds for nutrition programs may come from various sectors, organizations, within the city, real
estate taxes, business tax, funds from the Office of the Congressman, Internal Revenue Allotment, donations,
fund raising projects, and other funding windows that may be provided thereof.

Summary of Budget
Work and Financial Plan 2015

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