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T H E S

  1. 1. THE SCHOOL NUTRITIONTHE SCHOOL NUTRITION SERVICESERVICE The School Nutrition Service (SNS) is theThe School Nutrition Service (SNS) is the sum total of all efforts designed to promotesum total of all efforts designed to promote and maintain the nutritional well-being ofand maintain the nutritional well-being of the school population. It consists ofthe school population. It consists of services and other appropriateservices and other appropriate interventions like: school feeding, foodinterventions like: school feeding, food production and nutrition education, aimedproduction and nutrition education, aimed to address the problem of malnutrition thatto address the problem of malnutrition that confronts the learner. It is also consistentconfronts the learner. It is also consistent with the effort of the Department ofwith the effort of the Department of Education to strengthen health andEducation to strengthen health and nutrition education as a strategy towardsnutrition education as a strategy towards the attainment of quality basic education.the attainment of quality basic education.
  2. 2. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVESSPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 1.1. Reduce the prevalence of undernutrition and overnutrition;Reduce the prevalence of undernutrition and overnutrition; 2.2. Intensify/diversify production of nutritious foods for school feeding;Intensify/diversify production of nutritious foods for school feeding; 3.3. Encourage pupils to consume variety of foods rich in calories,Encourage pupils to consume variety of foods rich in calories, proteins, vitamins (especially iron and iodine);proteins, vitamins (especially iron and iodine); 4.4. Develop wholesome attitudes and desirable nutrition habits andDevelop wholesome attitudes and desirable nutrition habits and values;values; 5.5. Improve school health and nutrition facilities; andImprove school health and nutrition facilities; and 6.6. Strengthen intra/inter agency linkages and partnerships toStrengthen intra/inter agency linkages and partnerships to enhance capability to provide service on a wider base;enhance capability to provide service on a wider base;
  3. 3. POLICIES FOR THE SCHOOLPOLICIES FOR THE SCHOOL NUTRITION SERVICE (SNS)NUTRITION SERVICE (SNS) 1.1. Planning and implementation of the SNS shall be directed to thePlanning and implementation of the SNS shall be directed to the improvement and maintenance of the nutritional well-being of theimprovement and maintenance of the nutritional well-being of the school teaching-learning process.school teaching-learning process. 2.2. Schools shall implement school feeding to identified beneficiariesSchools shall implement school feeding to identified beneficiaries to address nutritional deficiencies that may affect quality learning.to address nutritional deficiencies that may affect quality learning. 3.3. All beneficiaries of the supplementary feeding program shall beAll beneficiaries of the supplementary feeding program shall be dewormed.dewormed. 4.4. Periodic nutritional assessment shall be done as basis forPeriodic nutritional assessment shall be done as basis for planning, implementation and evaluation.planning, implementation and evaluation. 5.5. Every school shall designate teachers who will take charge ofEvery school shall designate teachers who will take charge of supplementary feeding, and food production.supplementary feeding, and food production. 6.6. Training on the management of the SNS shall be integrated in theTraining on the management of the SNS shall be integrated in the continuing Human Resources Development Program of allcontinuing Human Resources Development Program of all personnel concerned.personnel concerned.
  4. 4. 7.7. Production of nutritious and safe foods shall beProduction of nutritious and safe foods shall be intensified/diversified in all school and in the community to ensureintensified/diversified in all school and in the community to ensure availability of food supply for supplementary feeding.availability of food supply for supplementary feeding. Implementing GuidelinesImplementing Guidelines 1. Organic gardening technologies should be adopted in the school and1. Organic gardening technologies should be adopted in the school and community to improve quality and quantity of crop yield.community to improve quality and quantity of crop yield. 2. In areas where space for school gardens is limited, alternative2. In areas where space for school gardens is limited, alternative technologies such as porch gardening, hanging garden, windowtechnologies such as porch gardening, hanging garden, window gardening, pathway gardening and basket gardening and the like shouldgardening, pathway gardening and basket gardening and the like should be adopted.be adopted. 3. Functional plant nurseries should be established/maintained in every3. Functional plant nurseries should be established/maintained in every school to serve as source of planting materials and for technologyschool to serve as source of planting materials and for technology transfer.transfer.
  5. 5. 4. Selective production of nutrient – rich crops such as legumes,4. Selective production of nutrient – rich crops such as legumes, rootcrops and leafy green vegetables should be undertaken year round torootcrops and leafy green vegetables should be undertaken year round to address the nutrient deficiency problems.address the nutrient deficiency problems. 5. Utilization of net proceeds in food production should be as follows:5. Utilization of net proceeds in food production should be as follows: Supplementary feedingSupplementary feeding 40%40% Maintenance of food production activitiesMaintenance of food production activities 25%25% Pupils’ sharePupils’ share 25%25% School AdministrationSchool Administration 10%10% 6. Food production teachers should maintain an up-to-date, accurate and6. Food production teachers should maintain an up-to-date, accurate and readily-available records on income and financial statement for audit byreadily-available records on income and financial statement for audit by authorized officials.authorized officials.
  6. 6. 8.8. Use of fortified foods shall be encouraged.Use of fortified foods shall be encouraged. 9.9. Self-sufficiency measures and income generating projects shallSelf-sufficiency measures and income generating projects shall be established to sustain supplementary feeding.be established to sustain supplementary feeding. Implementing GuidelinesImplementing Guidelines 1. School administrators should lead in the establishment of at least one1. School administrators should lead in the establishment of at least one income generating project to sustain supplementary feeding.income generating project to sustain supplementary feeding. 2. The net proceeds from income generating projects should be disposed2. The net proceeds from income generating projects should be disposed as follows:as follows: Supplementary feedingSupplementary feeding 35%35% School ClinicSchool Clinic 5%5% School AdministrationSchool Administration 10%10% Food productionFood production 10%10% Capital build-upCapital build-up 40%40% 10.10. The school Health and Nutrition Personnel shall establish andThe school Health and Nutrition Personnel shall establish and maintain active linkages with GOs, NGOs, Pos and LGUs tomaintain active linkages with GOs, NGOs, Pos and LGUs to sustain SNS.sustain SNS. 11.11. Monitoring and evaluation of the SNS shall be focused on theMonitoring and evaluation of the SNS shall be focused on the attainment of the program objectives.attainment of the program objectives.
  7. 7. Existing Nutrition Programs/ProjectsExisting Nutrition Programs/Projects Applied Nutrition Program – a self supplementary feeding endeavorApplied Nutrition Program – a self supplementary feeding endeavor of the school and the community.of the school and the community. Alternative School Nutrition ProgramAlternative School Nutrition Program Food for School ProgramFood for School Program Other Special Programs/ProjectsOther Special Programs/Projects School-Based Aids Education ProjectSchool-Based Aids Education Project National Drug Education ProgramNational Drug Education Program DepEd-DOH Comprehensive School-Based Program on theDepEd-DOH Comprehensive School-Based Program on the Prevention and Control of Soil – Transmitted HelminthiasisPrevention and Control of Soil – Transmitted Helminthiasis DepEd-Colgate Palmolive Philippines Inc – “Bright Smiles, BrightDepEd-Colgate Palmolive Philippines Inc – “Bright Smiles, Bright Future” ProgramFuture” Program
  8. 8. CNS Baseline SY ’06-’07 & ’07-’08CNS Baseline SY ’06-’07 & ’07-’08 Gr.1 Enrlmnt 64,286 Gr.2 Enrlmnt 50,068 Gr.3 Enrlmnt 48,656 Gr.4 Enrlmnt 46,403 Gr.5 Enrlmnt 46,476 Gr.6 Enrlmnt 43,783 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Consolidated Nutritional Status Elementary Level baseline '06 - '07 below nornal normal above normal Gr.1 Enrlmnt 66,870 Gr.2 Enrlmnt 52,391 Gr.3 Enrlmnt 48,318 Gr.4 Enrlmnt 47,251 Gr.5 Enrlmnt 45,123 Gr.6 Enrlmnt 43,987 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Consolidated Nutritional Status Elementary Level Baseline '07 - '08 below nornal normal above normal
  9. 9. Comparison of CNS Endline data SY 06-07 & 07-08Comparison of CNS Endline data SY 06-07 & 07-08 Gr.1 Enrlmnt 64,286 Gr.2 Enrlmnt 50,068 Gr.3 Enrlmnt 48656 Gr.4 Enrlmnt 46,403 Gr.5 Enrlmnt 46,476 Gr.6 Enrlmnt 43,783 10416 38146 582 7418 32453 503 7156 31433 845 8135 27449 773 7892 28885 757 6678 27626 8220 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 Consolidated Nutritional Status Elementary Level Endline '06 - '07 below nornal normal above normal 12672 42796 766 9009 35965 895 8847 32371 1139 9191 31753 788 8885 30161 840 7751 30236 961 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Gr.1 Enrlmnt 65,638 Gr.2 Enrlmnt 52, 098 Gr.3 Enrlmnt 47,964 Gr.4 Enrlmnt 46,905 Gr.5 Enrlmnt 44,792 Gr.6 Enrlmnt 43,779 CONSOLIDATED NUTRITIONAL STATUS ELEMENTARY LEVEL ENDLINE '07-'08 below nornal normal above normal
  10. 10. MalunggayMalunggay According to the Biotechnology Program Office of the Department of Agriculture, theAccording to the Biotechnology Program Office of the Department of Agriculture, the malunggay has been found by biochemists and molecular anthropologists to be richmalunggay has been found by biochemists and molecular anthropologists to be rich in vitamins C and A, iron, and high-density lipoprotein or good cholesterol.in vitamins C and A, iron, and high-density lipoprotein or good cholesterol. Due to its high calcium content (four times the calcium in milk), lactating mothers inDue to its high calcium content (four times the calcium in milk), lactating mothers in the Philippines are often advised to consume malunggay leaves to produce more milkthe Philippines are often advised to consume malunggay leaves to produce more milk for their babies. The young malunggay leaves are being boiled and drink as tea.for their babies. The young malunggay leaves are being boiled and drink as tea. Malunggay leaves are loaded with nutrients. Gram for gram, malunggay leaves alsoMalunggay leaves are loaded with nutrients. Gram for gram, malunggay leaves also contain two times the protein in milk. Likewise, it contains three times the potassiumcontain two times the protein in milk. Likewise, it contains three times the potassium in bananas and four times the vitamin A in carrots.in bananas and four times the vitamin A in carrots. Health nutritionists claim that an ounce of malunggay has the same Vitamin C contentHealth nutritionists claim that an ounce of malunggay has the same Vitamin C content as seven oranges. An important function of vitamin C not known to many is its beingas seven oranges. An important function of vitamin C not known to many is its being an antioxidant. In fact, it has been recognized and accepted by the US Food andan antioxidant. In fact, it has been recognized and accepted by the US Food and Drug Administration as one of the four dietary antioxidants, the others being vitaminDrug Administration as one of the four dietary antioxidants, the others being vitamin E, beta-carotene and selenium. (A dietary oxidant is a substance in food thatE, beta-carotene and selenium. (A dietary oxidant is a substance in food that significantly decreases the adverse effects of harmful chemicals.)significantly decreases the adverse effects of harmful chemicals.) Because of its nutritional content, malunggay strengthens the immune system,Because of its nutritional content, malunggay strengthens the immune system, restores skin condition, controls blood pressure, relieves headaches and migraines,restores skin condition, controls blood pressure, relieves headaches and migraines, manages the sugar level thereby preventing diabetes, reduces inflammations andmanages the sugar level thereby preventing diabetes, reduces inflammations and arthritis pains, restricts the growth of tumors, and heals ulcers. This informationarthritis pains, restricts the growth of tumors, and heals ulcers. This information comes from Dr. Kumar Pati, an Indian doctor who is an expert in natural medicine.comes from Dr. Kumar Pati, an Indian doctor who is an expert in natural medicine.
  11. 11. THANK YOUTHANK YOU NUTRITION MONTH 2008NUTRITION MONTH 2008 Sa wastong nutrisyon niSa wastong nutrisyon ni Mommy, siguradong healthyMommy, siguradong healthy si babysi baby

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