NCot Serbisyong Totoo, DepEd launches School Feeding Program


Just in time for the celebration of Christmas season, the Provincial Government of Cotabato in partnership with the Department of Education launches “Serbisyong Totoo Supplemental School Feeding Program” on November 15, 2017 at Lawili Elementary School in Aleosan.

Addressing hunger issues among school children is just one of the many priorities of the provincial government. It simply aims to improve nutritional status of affected students and increase their interest in participating to school activities, improve their attendance, and enhance their knowledge.

In order to resolve the said concern, the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office together with teachers and advisers conducted assessment to qualified students province-wide early this year. As a result, list of schools were identified.

Governor Emmylou “Lala” Taliño-Mendoza personally directed PSWDO to prioritize schools that were not included in DepEd’s feeding program from previous years. “There is malnutrition happening in these schools based on monitoring, and we need to help them too,” she said during the meeting.

First District Board Member Rose Cabaya who represented the Governor during the launching thanked DepEd personnel and parents for supporting the said mission. “We at the provincial government of Cotabato would like to express our gratitude to all of you for coming here and for helping us successfully implement the program. Without your support, we can never make this possible,” on her message.

Aleosan Mayor Vicente Suropia represented by Manuelito Hillado (Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office Officer) also conveyed his support for the feeding initiative stating that it is very important to provide proper nourishment to every child for someday they will also become future leaders.

DepEd Officials, Supervisors, Teachers, and Nurses were also present to witness and help facilitate the activity.

Serbisyong Totoo Supplementary Feeding Program will continue to feed student beneficiaries for 120 days and will look after their health status and performance in their respective schools.

300 pupils were catered during the launching program. (Sharon H. Deuna/PGO-IDCD/photo: PSWDO)

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