Information, Education and Nutrition Awareness includes programs which promotes the enhancement of nutritional status through information drive.
|Food Security Policies and Programs||Description||Year/s Implemented||Implementing Agencies|
|Nutriskwela Community Radio Network Program||
Aims to empower the community through the dissemination of correct, relevant and up-to-date nutrition and health information, as well as educational and developmental information from all relevant sectors of the community, government agencies, and non-government organizations
|2008 to present||NNC, State Universities and Collages, Local Government Units|
|Promote Good Nutrition Program||
Aims to improve the nutrition knowledge, attitudes and practices of families to increase demands for adequate, nutritious and safe food
1. SDC Resolution No. 1 S. 2003
|2007 to present||NNC and Local Government Units|
|Plant Audit and Inspection||
This is a part of the Quality Assurance Program wherein dairy processing plants are checked and inspected as to their adherence to the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
|2005 to present||National Dairy Authority (NDA)|
|Milk Quality Assurance Program||
Ensures quality control through quality-based milk payment, regular laboratory tests of raw milk and finished products and plant audit. The Central Milk Quality Laboratory monitors the quality of milk and milk products that are being marketed by NDA- assisted cooperatives especially for the Milk Feeding Program as to its conformity to the set quality standards based on Original Pilipino Milk (OPM) and or BFAD.
|1995 to present||National Dairy Authority (NDA) in partnership with the local government units, other government agencies and the private sector.|
|Food and Nutrition Researches Towards Policy Development||
The Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology’s (FNRI-DOST) continuously invests on linking research and development and policy development. The significance of bringing the research results to action is imperative as we face the challenge of addressing the persistent problem of malnutrition among the vulnerable groups.
The goal is to open opportunities for the FNRI researches to continuously reach the national and local political stakeholders and provide basis for the wider use of evidence-based data in policy making.
The project continuously develops policy statements and policy memo on different areas and aspects of nutrition for use by local and national policy makers as basis for crafting bills, resolutions and for advocacy.