Chapter 6: Food Nutrition Program Planning (Programs,Plans, Activities

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Plan

A cluster of programs that is comprehensive, long range in time-frame and includes defined goals, strategies and guidelines for implementation.

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predetermined planning / top-down approach

type of planning that requires a top-down approach which is characterized mainly by the formulation of the plan at a higher level, for implementation at a lower level

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predetermined planning / top-down approach

type of planning that is characterized mainly by a program already prepared by a group external to a community or environment

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Joint planning

aka participatory planning and may be a combination of the top-down and bottom-up planning; which involves local leaders, implementors, and the people themselves

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predetermined planning / top-down approach

what type of planning is used?

national government plan for a barangay

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self-determined/ bottom-up planning

what type of planning is used?

municipal plan to be the basis for the provincial plan

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self-determined/ bottom-up planning

type of planning that is based on the principle that people will support a program if it is based on their needs

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self-determined/ bottom-up planning

type of planning is characterized by community participation and requires a top-down approach which is characterized mainly by the formulation of the plan at a lower level, for implementation at a higher level

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micronutrient supplementation

involves the provision of pharmaceutical preparations of vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, iron, and iodine (in endemic areas) among at-risk groups

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food fortification

processing of adding nutrients to a food of one or more nutrients absent or present only in minimal amounts.

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120 days

supplementary feeding duration

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guidelines for supplementary feeding:

it should provide ___ of the requirement

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supplementary feeding

The immediate and direct intervention design as a temporary measure to rehabilitate underweight children and prevent further worsening of their nutritional status.

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vitameal

Supplementary feeding example:

a mixture of rice and lentil that is high in vitamin A and zinc (6 months and older)

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mannapack

Supplementary feeding example:

made of rice, soya, and dehydrated vegetables wh

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plumpy doz

Supplementary feeding example:

lipid based nutrient supplement medium quantity (LNS-MQ) that is peanut based paste and 1 pack is equal to 270 kcal

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fortified blended foods

blends of partially precooked and milled cereals, soya, beans, and pulses fortified with micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) designed to provide protein supplements ; CAN BE MIXED WITH WATER

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Ready-to-use foods (RUFs)

Better suited to meet the nutritional needs of young and moderate malnourished children than FBFs; may contain vegetable, dry skimmed milk, malt dextrin, sugar, and whey ; CANT BE MIXED WITH WATER

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micronutrient powder

a tasteless powder containing the recommended daily intake of sixteen (16) vitamins and minerals for one person ; should not be sprinkled before or during cooking

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nutri-bus

a vehicle equipped with a video tape recorder and playback facilities as communications support for the BNS

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Pabasa sa Nutrisyon

an information-sharing type of activity that provides nutrition information to 10-12 participating mothers who are seated in a circular position

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Bayang Mayaman sa Iron, Iodine, at Bitamina A (BIDA project)

aims to improve the nutritional status of the barangay population through the delivery of minimum, doable nutrition services

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homestead food production project

a project that help the communities to establish technically improved local food production systems by creating gardens with micronutrient-rich fruits and vegetables year-round

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bio-fortification

breeding and by genetic engineering aims at improving nutrient content and bioavailability particularly to increase

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NGF 1

NGF #_:

Eat a variety of foods everyday to get the nutrients needed by the body.

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NGF 2

NGF #_:

Breastfeed infants exclusively from birth up to six months and then give appropriate complementary foods while continuing breastfeeding for two years and beyond for optimum growth and development.

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NGF 3

NGF #_:

Eat more vegetables and fruits to get the essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber for regulation of body processes.

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NGF 4

NGF #_:

Consume fish, lean meat, poultry, egg, dried beans or nuts daily for growth and repair of body tissues.

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NGF 5

NGF #_:

Consume milk, milk products, and other calcium-rich food such as small fish and shellfish, everyday for healthy bones and teeth.

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NGF 6

NGF #_:

Consume safe foods and water to prevent diarrhea and other food-and water-borne diseases.

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NGF 7

NGF #_:

Use iodized salt to prevent Iodine Deficiency Disorders.

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NGF 8

NGF #_:

Limit intake of salty, fried, fatty, and sugar-rich foods to prevent cardiovascular diseases.

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NGF 9

NGF #_:

Attain normal body weight through proper diet and moderate physical activity to maintain good health and help prevent obesity.

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NGF 10

NGF #_:

Be physically active, make healthy food choices, manage stress, avoid alcoholic beverage, and do not smoke to help prevent lifestyle-related non-communicable disease.

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Infant and young child feeding

program jointly endorsed by the WHO and UNICEF which emphasizes the impact of feeding practices on the nutritional status, growth and development

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Pilipinas Kontra Gutom (PKG)

a national and multisectoral anti-hunger movement with support from the private sector, non-government organizations and foundations, civil society groups, digitals and media partners, and national government agencies.

With the slogan "Lahat kasali, Lahat kasalo"

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Inter- Agency Task Force on Zero Hunger (IATF-ZH)

who initiated PKG (Pilipinas Kontra Gutom)

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Alagaan ang buntis. Breastfeeding kay baby. Komplementary feeding na sapat. Dapat lahat suportado ang PPAN. 

In the 47th nutrition month, ABAKADA messages was identified and created to support the campaign.

The ABAKA messages focus on key actions in the first 1000 days of life while DA calls on all stakeholders to support “Malnutrisyon patuloy na labanan, first 1000 days tutukan!” 

A-

B-

K-

D-

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  1. Frequency and Amount (Dalas at Dami) - Introduction of complementary foods should only begin at six months, not too early and not too late. 

  2. Variety (Uri- minimum acceptable diet is when an infant receives at least 5 of these 8 groups daily

  3. Texture (Lapot) - complementary food should be soft, easy to digest, thick, and nutrient-dense because the baby's stomach is small, and every meal needs to be dense with nutrient

  4. Safety (Ligtas-  Food safety and sanitation should be appropriately observed when preparing complementary food, including all utensils and ingredients.

  5. Active feeding -  Complementary feeding should be a fun and learning activity for both the caregiver and child.

Proper complementary feeding has the following components, with the DDULLA acronym: 

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Regional Director

Chair of the Regional Nutrition Committee

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Governor

Chair of the Provincial Nutrition Committee

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Mayor

Chair of the City Nutrition Committee

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Mayor

Chair of the Municipal Nutrition Committee

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Barangay Captain

Chair of the Barangay Nutrition Committee

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2021 (47th nutrition month)

"Malnutrisyon patuloy na labanan, First 1000 days tutukan! is the chosen nutrition month theme for the year ___ ?

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2018 (44th nutrition month)

The chosen theme is “Ugaliing magtanim, sapat na nutrisyon aanihin!” of the year ___ ; the selected focus of the Nutrition Month campaign is on food gardening.

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Food Always in the Home (FAITH) garden

garden is a type of vegetable gardening that can provide the necessary protein, vitamins and mineral requirements needed by a family with 6 members. It is a basic guide that was designed in such a way that it requires minimum cost, labor, and land utilization.

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300 grams (or one bowl)

The FAITH garden, when properly followed, can provide ___________ of fresh vegetables daily.

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2018 (44th nutrition month)

This Nutrition Month campaign aims to contribute to improved nutrition through improved food access by increasing the number of households, schools, and communities engaged in food gardens. Specifically, it aims to:

1. Encourage development of food gardens among families and in communities, schools, government offices, and workplaces; and,

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Magic Square Meter Garden

one-square meter plot planted with “plant and forget” and “die hard” type of plants – Malunggay, Alugbati, Camote tops, Kangkong and Pechay (MACK-P) and can accommodate 20 to 30 plants.

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Malunggay, Alugbati, Camote tops, Kangkong and Pechay (MACK-P)

These vegetables are for the magic square garden activity:

(MACK-P) stands for:

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Hydroponics

is a method of growing plants in a water-based, nutrient-rich solution. It does not use soil, but instead the root system is supported using an inert medium (such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, or vermiculture).

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2017 (43rd nutrition month)

Healthy diet, gawing habit – FOR LIFE!” celebrates the nutrition month for the year

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2017 (43rd nutrition month)

The campaign aims to increase awareness on the importance of healthy diets which protects against both under- and overnutrition and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and certain types of cancer.

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Food Always in the Home (FAITH) Gardening

In 1974, this was used to promote home gardening in Davao del Sur, the Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center (MBRL) commenced to develop and practice in its farm a simple but effective vegetable growing technology

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2023 (49th nutrition month) 

Healthy diet gawing affordable for all!” is the chosen nutrition month theme for the year ___ ?

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2019 (45th nutrition month)

The ______ Nutrition Month theme is “Kumain nang wasto at maging aktibo... push natin ‘to!” (Eat healthy and do physical activity ... let’s push this!)

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2019 (45th nutrition month)

This nutrition month encourages everyone to advocate and realize the importance of healthy diets, increased physical activity and reduced sedentary behavior. Pushing the advocacy means that each and every one can contribute to better nutrition and physical activity for better health.

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2020 (46th nutrition month)

“Batang Pinoy, SANA TALL... Iwas stunting, SAMA ALL! is the chosen nutrition month theme for the year ___ ?

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2020 (46th nutrition month)

This nutrition month focuses on catalyzing actions to address child stunting. To raise awareness on the impact of stunting and evidence-based solutions among families and communities leading to change in behaviors to prevent stunting;

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2022 (48th nutrition month theme)

New normal na nutrisyon, sama-samang gawan ng solusyon!" is the chosen nutrition month theme for the year ___ ?

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2022 (48th nutrition month)

What nutrition month promotes this key message:

Good nutrition is key to building immunity, protecting against illness and infection, and supporting recovery. Efforts to preserve and promote proper nutrition must be part of pandemic resilience strategies

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2023 (49th nutrition month) 

The nutrition month theme of the year _____________ is also aligned with the Philippine

Development Plan, particularly Chapter 3 - Reduce Vulnerability and Protect

Purchasing Power with the intended outcome of expanded access of consumers to

affordable, safe, and nutritious food, and attainment of sufficient and stable supply of

food commodities.

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Four phases of the nutrition program management

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Program

A set of interrelated projects and presents personnel, facilities, money, equipment, supplies and other items directed to accomplished specific goal and objectives.

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Project

A specific and time bound set of tasks or activities undertaken to achieve a given objective according to a defined budget and timetable

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Activity

A task that is short-term effort and performed by one or several members of a project team

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Goal

It is a general statement to aim for but is not detailed enough for planning activities (no time line); It is a broad definition of what we aim or want to achieve usually at long range;

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Mission Statement

A written declaration of an organization's core purpose and focus that normally remains unchanged over time;

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Vision Statement

is a company’s road map indicating what the company wants to become and guiding transformational initiatives by setting a defined direction for the company’s growth

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Cause: Mission

Effect: Vission

Mission Vs Vision Statement

Cause: ______

Effect:_______

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Something to be accomplish: Mission

Something to be pursued: Vision

Mission Vs Vision Statement

Something to be accomplish: _______

Something to be pursued: _____

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Objective

It is a concrete and specific statement of desired achievement; more focused and concretely worded about end states; stated with time dimension and client population specified

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1. to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger;

2. to achieve universal primary education;

3. to promote gender equality and empower women;

4. to reduce child mortality;

5. to improve maternal health;

6. to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases;

7. o ensure environmental sustainability; and

8. to develop a global partnership for development.

8 Millenium development goals

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GOAL 1: No Poverty.

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger.

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being.

GOAL 4: Quality Education.

GOAL 5: Gender Equality.

GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation.

GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy.

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth.

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Goal 10: Reduce Inequality

Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Goal 13: Climate Action

Goal 14: Life Below Water

Goal 15: Life and Land

Goal 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Goal 17: Partnerships to achieve the goal

17 SDGs

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Integrity

Having a sense of truthfulness and reliability regarding the performance of roles and functions;

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Transparency

It is about making decisions that are done in a manner that follows rules and regulations; making information available and accessible to those who will be affected by programmatic decisions such as clients.

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Efficiency

It is implementing nutrition programs or projects with minimum use of resources at minimal cost and at reasonable speed with the most impact on nutrition;

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Equity

is being fair to everyone regardless of socio-economic status, ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation or providing equal opportunity to reduce disparities

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involvement

entails active participation of everybody; including the beneficiaries and forming partnerships in the decision-making process

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comprehensiveness

means that the desired breadth of whatever has been decided as the scope of the program is truly reflected in the program

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workability

means that the plan must be operational, the objectives are realistic, and can be accomplished within the given time frame and available resources

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balance

emphasizes that specific activities or tasks must contribute to the achievement of the objectives.

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doh secretary

chair of the nnc

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Excellence in work

Is delivering nutrition services that are of good quality, appropriate and timely; Includes continuous updating on knowledge and skills related to the performance of one's job.

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Respect for Human Rights

Giving value; The ability to preserve the dignity of the people serverd the community

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Accountability

Being responsible in the performance of duties and the use of resources

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ra 10862

aka the nutrition and dietetics law of 2016

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PD 1286

Nutrition and dietetics decree of 1977

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DOH

Health agency that delivers and promotes nutrition-related health programs and interventions to promote desirable nutrition practices and healthy lifestyle; rehabilitate the malnourished, prevents/controls/eliminates micronutrient deficiencies

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Department of Agriculture

Agency that ensures household food security by integrating nutrition consideration in its policies ,plans, and programs ; it is aimed at increasing nutritionally-at risk areas as priority in targeting interventions for agriculture

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Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Agency that integrates nutrition objectives in its policies, plans and programs that address the total welfare and development of the individual, family and community; Allocates funds for supplementary feeding of pre-school children

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Department of education (DEPED)

Agency that conducts nutritional assessment of elementary school children at the start of every school year and monitor changes in their nutritional states;

Undertakes school feeding activities to rehabilitate severely and moderately underweight school children and promote utilization of indigenous commodities; School-based Feeding Program

Supervises the management of school canteens and cafeterias to ensure promotion of nutritious foods, proper eating and health practices.

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Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)

Agency that issues directives through Memorandum Circulars to LGUs encouraging them to incorporate nutrition programs and projects in their local development plans and annual investment plans; and Organizes local nutrition committees.

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