Feeding Projects in 2015

Below are photos of feeding implementations:

Lutucan Central School at Sariaya, Quezon

Beneficiary: 50 school children (5-8 years old) for six-month feeding. Total Amount of Assistance: PhP89,250 (US$2,232.00). The feeding started the third week of October 2013 and completed in March 2014.

 

Municipality of Cordon Day Care Center at Cordon, Isabela

Beneficiary: 58 pre-schoolers for six-month feeding. Total of Assistance: P90,480 (US$2,262.00). The feeding started the third week of October 2013, and ended in early June 2014.

Municipality of Del Carmen, Surigao Del Norte

Beneficiary: 50 children of Barangays Cancohoy, Bagcay, Jamoyaan for six-month feeding. Total Amount of Assistance: P94,500.00 (US$2,362.00). The feeding started in February and ended in July 2014.

Feed the Hungry, Inc.’s (FtH) Feeding and Nutrition Program is designed to provide supplemental food to malnourished children aged 6 and below, as this is the critical brain development age for children. The Program involves providing one complete nutritious meal five days a week for a period of 6 months. Children are categorized from first to third degree of malnutrition by FtH program partners in accordance with DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) standards. Children are monitored and evaluated every month of their progress in weight, height and overall health condition until the end of the 6-month program. A final report is then recorded and submitted to FtH.

The Program also includes training for mothers on proper nutrition, care for their children, and family planning. The mothers are tasked to do the cooking and marketing as part of their participation in the Program.

From 2001 to present, FtH has provided PhP5,395,158.00 to fund 53 modules of feeding program benefiting at least 3,165 malnourished children. Ninety percent of the children who graduated from the program attained the normal level of nutrition after participating in their respective modules. The feeding programs cover the following areas:

Project Area Sponsor/Partner
Iraya Farmers Rice Producers Cooperative, Dolores, Eastern Samar FtH
St. Peter Parish, Ragay, Camarines Sur FtH/KONA Visayan Club, Inc.
Muntinlupa Feeding Center through Muntinlupa Gospel Church FtH
Cabuyao Feeding Center through Rotary Club of Metro Cabuyao FtH
Under the Bridge, Paco, Manila FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Nazareno, Sta. Ana, Manila FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Sitio Sto Nino, Navotas FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Sitio Puting Bato, Navotas FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Brgy. Wawa, Bacoor, Cavite FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Villa Coastal-Madrigal, Brgy. Daniel Fajardo, Las Piñas FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Villa Coastal-Lopez, Brgy. Manuyo, Las Piñas FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Aeta Rehab and Resettlement Center Sitio, Gala Brgy. Sacatihan, Subic, Zambales FtH /Our Lady of Peace Mission, Sister Maamo
Purok Sto. Nino, Glan, Sarangani Province, Mindanao Glan Assembly of God Foundation
Mt. Province Feeding Center through Kabisig ng Kalahi Foundation FtH
Davao Oriental Feeding Center through the Kabisig ng Kalahi Foundation FtH
St. James COPA Foundation, Inc., Muntinlupa City FtH
Molave Regional Pilot School, Zamboanga del Sur Dr. Willie & Lottie Buhain
Fishgate Foundation, Alfonso, Cavite FtH
Old Bulihan, Silang, Cavite in partnership with Kabisig ng Kalahi Foundation Dr. Willie & Lottie Buhain
Brgy. Anahaw, Silang, Cavite in partnership with Diocese of Imus Goody and Betty Litorja
Aming Munting Foundation, Muntinlupa City FtH
Minalulan Elementary School, Maria, Siquijor FtH
Bacoor, Cavite Dr. Willie & Lottie Buhain
Medical Missions to Pilar Foundation, Pilar, Sorsogon FtH/IMF Civic Affairs Program/endorsed by Gloria Caoile
Kalawaan, Pasig City FtH
Santiago City, Isabela IMF Civic Affairs Program c/o Kathy DeBoe
Buhi, Camarines Sur Endorsed by Ben & Gloria Caoile
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan PAFAI
Southern Leyte Fil-Am Manassas—Danny Lunaria
Muntinlupa Center FtH
Maybunga, Pasig City Martin & Lily Gaw
San Joaquin, Pasig City Solita Wakefield
Sta. Ana, Manila FtH
Pasay City Endorsed by Ben & Gloria Caoile
Tabuk, Kalinga FAPI/continued by Stephen & Josie Keat
Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City De La Salle Alumni Assoc
Romblon De La Salle Alumni Assoc
Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo Endorsed by Ben & Gloria Caoile
Castillejos, Zambales FtH
Canaman, Camarines Sur IMF Civic Affairs Program c/o Kathy DeBoe
Barangay Balaytique, Nasugbu, Batangas Endorsed by Ben & Gloria Caoile
Baao, Camarines Sur IMF Civic Affairs Program c/o Kathy DeBoe
Barangay Sta. Ana, Pateros FtH
Barangay Caa, Las Piñas City FtH
Navotas, Metro Manila FtH
Barangay Param Center, Sulop, Davao del Sur FtH
Abulug, Cagayan World Bank Community Outreach c/o Viki Betancourt
Claveria, Cagayan PAFAI & Ms. Eppie Daproza

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Feed the Hungry, Inc. (FtH) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit charitable organization based in Washington, D.C. Started in 1992 and officially incorporated in 1993, FtH is wholly volunteer-driven and started as a gift giving and feeding project for indigent children in the Philippines by a group of World Bank Group and IMF (International Monetary Fund) Filipino staff and joined by Filipino-American volunteers in the community.

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