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FEEDING PROGRAM‎(August 2013)‎


Narrative Report on Feeding Program

August, 2013

 

In order to intensify health and nutrition among grade school children, the Balanga Elementary School as spearheaded with KServico Balanga in running targeted supplementary feeding program for wasted and severely wasted children of this school. The project which was launched last week, August 5, 2013, aims at reduction of acute malnutrition among grade school children.

 

Mrs. Perseveranda Rodriguez, one of the health coordinators of the school, threshed-out those who were severely wasted and wasted pupils from Grade I to Grade Vi levels. There are 55 recipients of the program. The school provides daily heavy lunch with MMK (Malunggay, Mongo, and Kalabasa) as main ingredients mixed with chicken or ground pork. The children are to be fed for 120 days during this school year. The budget is P 12 per child per meal. The meals are prepared by the HE teachers, Mrs. Adrados and Mrs. Hidalgo, following low-cost and balanced menus compiled by KServico. In addition, a glass of milk is provided for each child every day at 8 o’clock in the morning.

 

During feeding, health care practices such as hand washing and tooth brushing are also promoted.

 

 

SCIENCE

*      Identifies the foods belonging to the basic food groups.

*      Infers that eating variety of nutritious food in the right amount is necessary for one’s growth and development

*      Name describe health and food habits

*      Practice desirable health and food habits

*      Identify things in the surroundings that are good for people’s health and well being

*      Identify the health habits related to the digestion of food

*      Understands the importance of good eating habits

*      Demonstrates good decision –making skills in choosing foods to eat in every meal.

 

EPP

*      Nakakapagbalak ng masustansiya, mura at sapat ng pagkain angkop sa okasyon

*      Natutukoy ang tatlong pangkat ng pagkain

 

CHARACTER EDUCATION

*      Naisasaalang alang ang kalusugan sa pagpapasya tungkol sa kalinisan tulad ng pagiwas sa pagbili ng pagkaing walang takip

*      Naisasagawa ang paraan upang mapanataling malinis at ligtas ang pamayanan tulad ng paglilinis

*      Naisasa-alang alang ang kalusugan sa pagpapasya tungkol sa kalinisan tulad ng pag-iwas sa pagliligo o paglalaba sa mga pampublikong pinagkukuhanan ng tubig

*      Pagkain ng tamang uri at dami ng pagkain

*      Pagiwas sa paginom ng softdrinks

*      Pagkain sa takdang oras

*      Pagnguya ng mabuti ng pagkain

*      Nakakapagtanim sa bakuran ng paaralan at pambayang lugar

*      Naiisa isa ang mga pangunahing pangangailangan

  

FEEDING 2012-2013

 

The Supplementary Feeding Program at Balanga Elementary School which aims to reduce Malnutrition among grade school children is a successful one.

The following record shows the Weight and Height of Wasted and Severely Wasted pupils before and after the feeding program.

 

Name

WEIGHT

HEIGHT

PRE

POST

PRE

POST

Villaruel, Joshua

26.4

27.1

137.8

141.1

Airla, Airin Grace

24.6

25.3

130.7

133

Galang, April Joy

28

28.8

142.3

143.7

Quejada, Wren Raey

28.7

29

145.4

146.3

Ambrocio, Alsie

27.6

28.8

135

137

Chavez, Gabriel

35.2

36

148.5

149.5

Dizon, John Ritziel

27.2

28.1

139.5

140.9

Paguio, Reynaldo

23.8

24.2

130.8

132

Valencia, Francis Angel

27.9

28.3

140.8

142.1

Canasa, Joselito

25

25.9

133.5

135.1

Padilla, Leonardo

29.4

30.7

139.5

140.2

Pruna, John Mark Edward

26.4

28

139

140.1

Delos Reyes, Rodelico

32.2

33.8

146.4

148

Magallanes, Meljun

34

35.3

151.8

153.1

Ocampo, Hanna Mae

28.1

29

136

137

Abiera, Lyniel

26.7

27.9

138.2

139.1

 

 

Name

WEIGHT

HEIGHT

PRE

POST

PRE

POST

Culibra, Johanna Meriel

14.8

15.9

102

104

Villaruya, Kyeian

13.2

16.3

115.3

115.3

Jainme, Jilliane

17.9

18.2

112

113.2

Crisolo, Jeahan Aizelle

13.9

16.2

117.5

118

Reyes, Princess Carla

15.1

18.8

117

118

Mendoza, Ashley Jane

11.8

14.9

108.5

109

Santuyo, Leslie

12.1

14

105.6

108.1

Guila, Ghiannev

13.7

16.5

112

113.5

Calayag, John Lloyd

17.2

19.5

113.1

115.7

Agulto, Sheree Mae

13.87

15.1

107.3

109.3

Macalinao, John Harry

15.8

17.1

115.2

117

Dela Pena, James Daryl

16.8

18

110

112.2

Drestreza, Nick Leonard

16.9

18.2

117

118.5

Cuasay, Mark Angelo

13.2

15.8

111.3

113.2

Cuasay, Marvin Angelo

14.7

16.3

113

115.5

Peralta, Carlos Miguel

29.6

31.1

114

118.7

Santiago, Adrian

16.3

19.8

118.6

122.2

Candaza, Justine Jade

15.4

18.7

114.3

117.4

Agulto, Sheryl Jane

13.7

15.2

111.3

112.5

Bozar, Rickson

21

21.5

128.5

129.7

Almario, Nishica

17.2

20.9

124.8

127

Alinsunurin, Ridinan

29.5

30.1

124.3

126.4

Abaniel, Onex

24.4

26.1

134.2

138.4

Santiago, John Carlo

15.1

17.2

112.4

115.3

Reyes, Kian Paul

18.4

20.6

125.2

127.9

Molina, Amirah Jane

15.1

17.5

121.2

123.6

Muceros, Ashley

20.6

21.2

124.5

126.7

Lopez, Darwin

18.1

20.9

120.1

123.6

Ramirez, Archie Carl

16.7

19.9

117.3

120.3

Dizon, John Matthew

38.4

42

134.6

137.2

David, Rianne Julia

19.7

22

136.6

139.7

Destresa, Ralph Gian

22.1

24.3

130.2

133.5

Tranate, Pauline

23.9

25.3

139.8

144.2

Castillo, Leigh Janelle

22

33

124

131

Tan, Chareleigh

24

24

129

131

Balay, AJ Carl

21.3

21.5

124.5

126.1

Danque, Ross

22

22.7

125.5

127.2

Ducusin, Majah

20.9

21.1

130.5

131.3

Aguinaldo, Shelley Anne

20

20.7

122.3

123.3

Nakpil, Brent Carlos

20

23

122.3

127

Santoyo, Leynord Andre

17.8

18.7

121.9

122.5

Siton, Cyrell Jay

23.1

23.3

131.5

134.1

Cabana, Limuel

23.7

24.1

129.8

131.7

Delos, Santos, Cy Jhiey

22

23

123.5

127

Helyes, Norbin

25.7

25.7

139

140

Agulto, Arjay Paul

20.6

20.7

125.15

125.8

Alcoriza, Richard

28.3

30

138.5

139.9

Baduya, July

22.3

24.3

123.8

125.1

Ordonio, John Patrick

22.5

22.1

131

131.5

Gines, Greigil

27.2

29.1

144.1

146.3

Marcos, Eisner Josef

23.9

25.3

129.2

130.1

Abrera, Dan Neil

23.7

24.1

135.1

136.4

Evangelista, Mikke

26.5

28.3

135.4

137.7

Miranda, Larence

24.4

23.7

136.5

137.5

Mina, Aunice Joy

22.3

24.7

133.6

135.8

Indiana, Clarissa

30.2

31.1

143.5

145.3

Jaramillo, Charles

29

30.3

144.3

146.4

Capulong, Joanna Monique

19

19.3

124

125.8

Demasis, Rose Zandrea Anne

26

27.4

142.3

144.5

Reyes, Sophia

22.2

22.9

126.8

127.9

Baja, Marvin

22.7

22.8

128.1

129.5

Ramos, Jazer Hans

23.7

24.9

132

134.1

Guinto, Christine Joy

29.9

30.7

146.8

148

Rivera, Remielyn

26.6

27.3

139.3

141.1

De Leon, Maridel

28.8

30.3

140.3

143.2

Flores, Mikaela

25.9

26.6

138.5

140.3

Molina, Lovely Shane

23

25.7

131.3

133.1

Layugan, Jousel

22.9

23

132.7

133.3

Leano, Aeron Clark

24.1

24.2

130.5

131.7

Saravillo, Alicer

21.2

22.5

124

126.3

Chavez, Sherwin

22.4

23.7

128.6

130.9

Santiagi, Vince Daniel

20.6

21

122.5

122.6

Penullar, Charles Jericho

24.2

24.9

132

134.2

Molina, Ralph Rhoden

25.1

26.3

130.8

135

Zulueta, Adrian

27.4

27.8

137.1

138.7

Martin, Marielle

31.1

33.3

149.3

150

Santiago, Rose Ann

22.8

22.9

132.7

133

 


GULAYAN NG PAARALAN

 

Narrative report on

Gulayan sa Paaralan Program

                  

It was June 14, 2013 when my students and I began planting seeds. We planted ampalayas, kalabasa and sitaw directly. The next day, we planted also seeds in the seed boxes, eggplants, tomatoes and pechay. While we are waiting for the seeds ready for transplanting we began preparing the garden plots and its surrounding by cleaning the area. We also planted upo, patola, gabi, ube, camote,sili and papaya. But by the month of July up to August heavy rains fell down which rotten the seedlings so we need to replace them by planting again the seedlings which were damaged heavily. The plants that were left were begin to bloom now like patola, eggplant and upo. We putted also containerized gardening like okra, malunggay, ampalaya leaves, sili leaves, camote tops and eggplant recently. We harvested only few and it is not enough to support the feeding that is why we don’t stop planting even though the weather don’t cooperate to keep on moving and looking forward to be of great help to avoid hunger and help malnourished children.

(Pls. see attached files)

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Ethel Senera,
Nov 26, 2013, 6:29 PM
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