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Implementation of Feeding Program
in Obrero Elementary School

A Research Paper
Presented to
The Faculty of Nursing Department
Butuan Doctors College

In Partial Fulfilment
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

By
Falcon, Shelvee
Guyonan, Jovie
Morial, Rafael Lorenzo
Pascual, Irene
Secote, Lea Margaret
March 2011

Acknowledgement
The researcher would like

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Pagei
Acknowledgementii
Approval Sheetiii
Chapter 1- Introduction
Rationale of the Study
Theoretical Framework
Conceptual Framework
Statement of the Problem
Statement of Hypothesis
Scope and Limitations of the Study
Significance of the Study
Definition of Terms
Research Method
Research Locale
Research Population
Construction and Validation of Instrument
Collection of Data
Statistical Treatment
Chapter II Review of Related Literature

CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

Rationale of the Study
The function of the feeding program is to give nutritious foods for less fortunate children who are malnourished in a certain area and also to impart knowledge to parents and also for children of what to eat in order to have a healthy body and to be away from any diseases. This requires a lot of preparation in order to deliver education effectively and appropriately in a simple and understandable ways. Because of this, it can help putting the children’s health status to normal. Malnourish is a dangerous condition where it can lead to numbers of illnesses due to low resistance and weak body.

Legarda filed a Senate Bill No. 1347 which calls for the activation of the “Healthy Food for Poor Children Program” by mandating the DSWD, DA, DOH, and DepEd to coordinate with each other and establish feeding programs in low-income communities and depressed areas. Although the government has several feeding programs, the spirit of this bill is to mitigate hunger especially among poor children and pregnant...