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Diffusing knowledge and technologies in food and nutrition and providing S&T services to relevant stakeholders has always been part of DOST-FNRI’s mandates.  As one of its strategies, the Nationwide Technology Transfer and Commercialization Program is geared towards improving the nutritional status of Filipinos by providing economic opportunities to entrepreneurs. Strong partnership between the Institute and private sector is vital in promoting a dynamic pathway   between   technology generation and utilization.

e NNS

“Kumusta kayo? Nasaan na kayo ngayon?” are the most common questions we ask our team leaders in the field through text, call or FB messenger. Not getting a response immediately has been a common sign that their team is covering a difficult area and we understand.

We’re halfway through in covering the areas for Year 1 of the Expanded National Nutrition Survey (eNNS). The new survey design of the eNNS, with the sample size quadrupled compared to the previous NNSs necessitated our teams to stay longer in one province or highly urbanized city (HUC). Thus, they are covering more households and more areas previously not included in the past surveys.

SPP Launching

The Department of Science and Technology, Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) held back to back events to launch DOST- FNRI’s new projects, nutrition tools & partnerships and recognize partner LGUs and technology adoptors in implementing Malnutrition Reduction Program (MRP). These were held on July 27, 2018 at Dusit Thani Hotel, Ayala Center, Makati City.

FNRI Service Laboratory’s mission is to protect customer health and national economy through quality assured laboratory data generation. FNRI Service Laboratory’s vision is to be the premier Philippine laboratory for chemical, microbiological and biochemical analyses of food/functional food, feed, water quality and safety, and biological samples, that is comparable with international laboratories. The drug cialis is a generic - a cheap substitution for top brands in the treatment of impotence. The drug generic cialis is based on herbs. It is contraindicated to allergic people, people with heart diseases and a number of other categories of men. Food and Nutrition Research Institute; Department of Science and Technology: 837-2934, 837-2071 to 81 loc 2284; mvc@fnri.dost.gov.ph:
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