Health
August 10, 2020
Philinsure, PBSP launched Supplemental Feeding Program ‘NutriSapat, Batang Angat’

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Philinsure, PBSP launched Supplemental Feeding Program ‘NutriSapat, Batang Angat’

PhilPacific Insurance Brokers and Managers, Inc. (Philinsure), together with Philippine Business for Social Progress, launched the Supplemental Feeding Program ‘NutriSapat, Batang Angat,’ in support to the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition (2017-2022) at Barangay San Luis in Antipolo City.

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There are 30 wasted and undernourished children who will be part of the program of Philinsure and PBSP. The Supplemental Feeding Program helps improve the health, growth, and development of the undernourished children in the community by providing them supplemental dietary support for 120 days or six months.

This year marks the first partnership of PBSP and Philinsure for the Supplemental Feeding Program with the support from the local government unit of Antipolo City and 20 employee-volunteers of Philinsure. Photo shows one of the employee-volunteers of Philinsure assisting the beneficiaries during their art activity in Brgy. San Luis, Antipolo City.  

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