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MALNUTRITION AMONG

CHILDREN IN CDO
BACKGROUND

MALNUTRITION

- poor nutrition due to an


insufficient and poor
utilization of food
In the Philippines,
malnutrition has become
mainstreamed for many
years.
"Nearly 1/2 of all reported deaths are
children thru 4 years old, and 1/2 of
the accelerated death rate among
those age 5 and younger is related
to malnutrition...."
DEFINITION OF TERMS

MALNUTRITION
It is a condition that results from eating a diet in
which one or more nutrients are either not enough or
are too much such that the diet causes health
problems.
DEFINITION OF TERMS

S T U N T E D G ROW T H

It is also known as nutritional stunting. It is a


reduced growth in human development. It is a primary
manifestation of malnutrition.
DEFINITION OF TERMS

H E A LT H E D U C AT I O N

It refers to any combination of learning


experiences designed to help individuals and
communities improve their health by increasing
knowledge or influencing their attitudes
DEFINITION OF TERMS

AG E N C I E S

Refers to local affairs and systems which


shoulder the programs and activities under health and
sanitation.
P U R P O S E S TAT E M E N T

• Lessen the number of malnourished Filipino


children in Cagayan de Oro City
Decrease number of deaths due to
malnutrition
Decrease number of illnesses and
infections among children
P U R P O S E S TAT E M E N T

Strengthen the projects of Local


government under DOH and DSWD

• Build better health center communities

Promote better health education


P U R P O S E S TAT E M E N T

Strong implementation of feeding


programs
A P P L I C A B I L I T Y A N D S C O P E O F L I M I TAT I O N

This project on decreasing


number and cases of
malnutrition among children in
Cagayan de Oro City will be
applied in all children ages 10
and below.
A P P L I C A B I L I T Y A N D S C O P E O F L I M I TAT I O N

This shall take place


within the 80 barangays in the
said locality which includes 56
urbanized barangays and 24
rural areas.
A P P L I C A B I L I T Y A N D S C O P E O F L I M I TAT I O N

2nd District
Baikingon, Balulang, Bayabas, Bayanga, Besigan,
Bonbon, Bulua, Canitoan, Carmen, Dansolihon, Iponan,
Kauswagan, Lumbia, Mambuaya, Pagalungan, Pagatpat,
Patag, Pigsag-an, San Simon, Taglimao, Tagpangi,
Tignapoloan, Tuburan, Tumpagon—with a population of
290,913.
A P P L I C A B I L I T Y A N D S C O P E O F L I M I TAT I O N

1st District
Barangays: Agusan, Balubal, Bugo, Camaman-an,
Consolacion, Cugman, F.S. Catanico, Gusa, Indahag,
Lapasan, Macabalan, Macasandig, Nazareth, Puerto,
Puntod, Tablon, and the city proper barangays of Barangay
1 to 40 (Poblacion)—with a population of 311,175
Policies Statements

PD 491: Creating A National Nutrition


Council and for other Purposes

DO 13, S. 2017 – Policy And Guidelines


On Healthy Food And Beverage Choices
In Schools and In DepEd Offices,
Policies Statements

DO 13, S. 2017 – Policy And Guidelines On


Healthy Food And Beverage Choices In
Schools and In DepEd Offices,
Policies Statements

There must be a specific Barangay Kagawad


per barangay that will look over the welfare of the
nutrition status of their children.

The Barangay Health Workers (BHW) shall


be held responsible of the malnourished children
assigned in their areas;
Policies Statements

The feeding programs shall be done


separately: out-of-school and in-school
malnourished children;
Each Barangay must have a “Gulayan sa
Tugkaran”;
School Canteens must be responsible of the
foods they are selling to children;
Responsibilities Section

The National Nutrition Council (NNC) was created


in 1974 by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 491,
otherwise known as the “Nutrition Act of the
Philippines”.

School Canteens must be responsible of the


foods they are selling to children;
Responsibilities Section

Presidential decree 491 sec. 6


The NNC was instructed to realign its
operations to focus on client-based activities and to
address hunger and malnutrition in the context of
Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
Responsibilities Section

Presidential decree 491 sec. 6

“Nutrition Act of the Philippines”


Responsibilities Section

Presidential decree 491 sec. 6


The NNC was instructed to realign its operations
to focus on client-based activities and to address
hunger and malnutrition in the context of Millennium
Development Goals (MDG).
Responsibilities Section

Presidential decree 491 sec. 6


The primary responsibility of policies of the nutrition
developers are to formulate national food and nutrition policies and
strategies; coordinate the planning, monitoring and evaluation of
the national nutrition program; coordinate the release of funds,
loans and grants from government and non-government
organizations; and call on any department, bureau, office, agency
and other instrumentalities of the government for assistance in the
form of personnel, facilities and resources as the need arises.
Responsibilities Section

Presidential decree 491 sec. 6


Chairman-Coordinator of the National Food and
Agriculture Council shall be the Chairman of the Council.
He shall maintain a close link of the nutrition program with
the food programs of the government. In his absence, the
Secretary of Health shall be the Acting Chairman.
Incentive/Penalty Clause

For Public institutions like DOH, barangays and any


other public institutions. If they failed to make the said
support to the public school the institution will be banned
and will be filed a penalty of being imprisoned for 6 months
(only for then people are in charge for the said feeding
programme)
Incentive/Penalty Clause

For Public institutions like DOH, barangays and any


other public institutions. If they failed to make the said
support to the public school the institution will be banned
and will be filed a penalty of being imprisoned for 6 months
(only for then people are in charge for the said feeding
programme)
Incentive/Penalty Clause

For the private institutions, if they failed to make their


promises they may be banned in supporting the school for
1year.
Incentive/Penalty Clause

For the person in charge in a school base feeding


program, taking home ingredients and food for the children
the person in charge will be suspended from his/her
position for about 6months.
Incentive/Penalty Clause

For the school base feeding programme, if the said


school will not be able to produce the sufficient food and a
good quality of food for the children, the school officials will
be suspended for 6 months from their position.
Effective Date

This policy or project shall take effect on June 2019.


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