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Republic of the PhilippinesBatangas State UniversityNational Service Training ProgramCivic Welfare Training ProgramBatangas City


PROJECT DOCUMENATIONPresented to Ms. Malen Honorata A. SemiraBatangas State University Province of Batangas

PresentedIn the requirement ofNational Service Training ProgramUnderCivic Welfare Training Program

March, 2013



The proponents of the project are the first year college students from College of Accountancy, Business Economics, and International Hospitality Management. Below is the list of the proponents of the project:Abrahan, Cindy A.Austria, Conrado R.Azucena, Ellie Rose F.Bueno, Anabelle L.Caballero, Jessa Joyce M.Caaway, Pamela Jeane C.Casapao, Mary AnnCortez, Geronimo V.Cuadro, Pamela May C.De Guzman, Phia Suzette B.Desacula, Pearlene Joy B.Dote, Lyca Mae C.Gupo, Venus D.Magpantay, Ma. Ellaine Sairel R.Martinez, Jenelyn C.Panopio, Rhea P.Perez, Jean Caniza M.Pulan, Rheysshiel M.Zaraspe, Mary Joy D.Remigio, Rosebell A.Robles, Eljane C.Tadas, Mark Anthony M.Velasco, Frances Jhasmine M.Ramirez, Sharmine J.B. TYPE OF PROJECT

The type of project conducted by the proponents focused on the Food Health and Sanitation conducting nine (9) feeding session.


The project is conducted at the Rr Station Day Care Center at Barangay 24, Batangas City.


The beneficiaries of the project were the Day Care Student of the Rr Station Day Care Center Barangay 24, Batangas City. Below is the list of Day Care students who had actively participated on our program:

Donn Ervin John A. BaricanDaryl N. BreboneriaGian Laurence E. CamachoRafi C. CanayaoRaphael Andrei M. DimayugaCarl Jaimetch F. FalogmeBrenth Shaslie G. FaderagaoEldrich M. FragoMher Adrian A. MacalaladMark Aj R. MolinaMiguel Angelo M. QuijadaNajib M. Hadji RacmanWarren Andrei A. RemoOrly A. RizaJohn Robi I. VillanuevaGian Carlo PapasinAngeli M. AndayaAmelene R. AtienzaJoersi Iiyah D. AquinoHeart Angel R. BeredoPatricia Mae M. CatapangPrinces Apple L. CastilloAhyezia Reign A. EvangelistaHazel Ann T. FragoJhazmine Micaella C. GamabRaicel Erich L. GamierCassandra Mae R. JamillaPatricia Anika G. MacalaladVernice Gail A. LontocEryn Chloe A. MagsinoCristine Joy I. NavarroMary Ellaine F. PanerCrezmae Anzel J. PergesHana M. Del Castillo


Barangay Captain of Barangay 24, Batangas City: Flordeliza P. AntenorDay Care Worker in Barangay 24, Batangas City: Margarita Delica

F. DURATION/TIME FRAMEThe project is conducted during Saturdays of January and March. It started January 12, 2013 and ended March 09, 2013.



Hunger and malnutrition among school-age partnership for child development children are significant deterrents to school progress and to current and future good health. School feeding programs can be an important component of school-based health programs designed to ameliorate these problems. By adopting the recommendations presented here, countries can help to ensure that feeding program contribute to children attaining their full educational potential and good health. Education and learning depend on good nutrition and health. Nutritional and health status are powerful influences on a childs learning and on how well a child performs in school. Children who lack certain nutrients in their diet (particularly iron and iodine), or who suffer from protein-energy malnutrition, hunger, parasitic infections or other diseases, do not have the same potential for learning as healthy and well-nourished children. Weak health and poor nutrition among school-age children diminish their cognitive development either through physiological changes or by reducing their ability to participate in learning experiences - or both.

Barangay 24 Day Care Center provides support programs that ensure total development and protection of children. The center caters to 55 children of the Barangay 24, Batangas City with age brackets between 3 to 6 years old who are all attending weekday classes. The proposal have come up with certain issues regarding what we observed based on their situation. First, parents are now dependable on processed good that were easily both on malls and markets. No one had brought a food that was cooked and prepared by their mothers. The proponents had appreciated the effort of parents that buying goods in mall is more convenient than preparing food at home. However, the health of the children is at risk. Children may be prone on sickness. Second, the enjoyment felt by children every time they eat junk food and soft drinks. Were all worried about the growing demand of children in eating junk foods rather than fruits and vegetables. It is, therefore, that the proponents aim to propose the project Wealthy Nation lies on the Health of its Nation: Improving Healthy Lifestyle through Proper Eating Habits and Diet in hope of renewing the culture of treasuring the health of every child for they will be the future steward of nation. The project also aims to give parents a new perspective of right and convenient food which is appropriate to their growing children. The eight feeding session that the proponents will be conducting would make sure of bringing children a perspective of life based on fruits and vegetables. Our Feeding program in Barangay 24 Day Care Center can also help in contributing to the norms of our government to reduce and erase clearly the number of children whom experiencing hunger and famine due to poverty. The proponents would exert their full effort of upbringing a healthy lifestyle for wealthy nation lies on the health of its nation. B. OBJECTIVESThe general objectives of our program are:i. to improve nutritional health of the studentsii. to stimulate regular attendance at schoolsiii. to enhance broader development initiatives andiv. To introduce nutrition education to the students as well as to the parents so that they can practice it at home. The specific objectives of our feeding program are:i. to provide healthy and supplemental feeding to the children that they will enjoy every Saturday of the month ii. to give them with their parents a talk about must-eat foods, healthy lifestyle and proper hygiene andiii. To keep them away of junk foods and instead making close to fruits and make them realize it is better.

III. PROJECT MANAGEMENT A. MANAGEMENT VIABILITY 1. Organizational Structure This chapter includes the activities, committees and persons assigned to monitor for the achievement of the organizational aims. The table 3.1 below is the organizational structure by the proponents:


INSTRUCTORMs. Malen Honorata A. Semira

Project LeaderCindy A. Abrahan

Pamela CaawayManagement & Documentation CommitteeGeronimo CortezLogistics CommitteePhia Suzette De GuzmanMary Joy ZaraspePamela Mae CuadroFinance CommitteeEllie Rose Azucena



GROUP AAustria, Conrado R. 7. Dote, Lyca Mae C.Azucena, Ellie Rose F. 8. Perez, Jean Caniza M.Bueno, Anabelle L. 9. Ramirez, Sharmine J. Casapao, Mary Ann O. 10. Tadas, Mark Anthony M.Cuadro, Pamela May C. 11. Zaraspe, Mary Joy D. Desacula, Pearlene Joy B.

Group BCaaway, Pamela Jeane C. 7. Panopio, Rhea P.De Guzman, Phia Suzette B. 8. Pulan, Rheysshiel M.Gupo, Venus D. 9. Remigio, Rosebell A.Magpantay, Ma. Ellaine Sairel R. 10. Robles, Eljane C.Martinez, Jenelyn C. 11. Velasco, Frances Jhasmine M.Caballero, Jessa Joyce

The Instructor of the class supervised the overall action of the proponents during the exercise of the program. The Project Leader is the one who had been responsible on whole project. The organization is composed of three committees with assigned person. The Finance Committee, kept and collected the money entered to our project, Logistics Committee, take care of the resources of the project and the Management & Documentation Committee, recorded the very detail of the project. The class was divided into two groups: Group A and Group B. The rotation of tasks depended on the groupings.

2. Services and Assistance Offered The proponents had provided Rr Station Day Care Children the proper and healthy foods that should be eat by the children. Weve also checked the nutritional status of the children every week from January to March to monitor if theres a change on their weight and improvement on health. Aside from giving foods and feeding them, weve also shared lessons to them and some encouragement for them to eat what weve offered. Weve also devoted ourselves to them and be a good Ates and Kuyas that they would lean on during the whole project. The Ates and Kuyas also served like the school bus of the Day Care Children for some of the children are being assisted by us in going home for us to assure their safety. The proponents also decided to give the Day Care Center a new look so we painted the Day Care Center including the chairs and tables.

3. Implementation Schedule The project had existed every Saturdays that started January 12, 2013 to March 09, 2013. The service was consisted of four (4) hours a week, 7:00 to 11:00 in the morning.