Rappler's latest stories on malnutrition in the Philippines
Rapid inflation and misconceptions on what to feed children would aggravate the 'very high' levels of child malnutrition in the Philippines, says UNICEF
To date, the Philippines has no comprehensive law directly addressing food insecurity and hunger. Where is the Zero Hunger Bill?
The Philippine government has shown a history of focused policy, but scattershot implementation
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Hunger stunts the potential of the youth. How does it worsen existing problems in the country?
Members of the private sector and the government need to invest in nutrition to secure a better future for the next generation
The End of Childhood Index identifies in what countries children enjoy their childhood and where they are deprived of it The Philippines is 96th of 172
The annual competition seeks to encourage and engage members of the media to continue raising the public’s awareness regarding the reality of hunger and malnutrition’s impact on Filipino children and their families
With a score of 20 1 in the 2015 Global Hunger Index the Philippines is above the regional average meaning the level of the hunger problem is higher
Programs that empower women especially those in the poorest sector can help end the persistent cycle of hunger and malnutrition says a Food and Agricultural Organization report
Other Southeast Asian countries are proof that ending hunger and malnutrition within a short period is possible but the Philippines needs to step up its efforts
The Philippines ranks second shortest among ASEAN countries Are Filipinos really just genetically short?
Malnutrition and hunger among Filipinos – especially children – should be the centerpiece of electoral campaigns for 2016
The government has earmarked P4 32 billion for the Supplementary Feeding Program in 2015
84 out of 88 children hit their normal body weight after 120 days under the program
The EWS FNS is a food security information system that can empower communities to immediately identify hunger and malnutrition problems in their areas
The P7 7 billion allotted to the Sangguniang Kabataan can be used for programs addressing hunger and malnutrition across the country
Official data show that all of the cities in Metro Manila are faring better than others in the war against malnutrition
Ending malnutrition among children is key to finally fulfilling the dreams their parents never realized
The United Nations Special Rapporteur will check on how accessible food is in the country and if the right to food is fully realized
World Vision s Pinoy Nutrition Hub is ending malnutrition one child at a time in several barangays in the Philippines
How can a community with not too many opportunities save its hungry children? Good Neighbors International Philippines is doing its share
How can one store help end malnutrition and poverty?