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NutEdKit

The Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development-Regional Office No. VII conducted the 1st Trainers’ Training on Nutrition Educator’s Kit and Meal Management on May 22-23, 2018 for Batch 1 and May 24-25, 2018 for Batch 2’, respectively at Golden Prince Hotel, Cebu City.

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Another public-private partnership promoting the latest per-meal food guide, the Pinggang Pinoy®, was launched on June 18, 2018 at Patio Queen Sofia, Maysan, Valenzuela City. The project “MAG- PINGGANG PINOY® TAYO” is a collaborative project of the Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST- FNRI), Department of Health (DOH), Department of Education (DepEd) and Ajinomoto Philippines, Corporation (APC). Dr. Mario V. Capanzana (Director, DOST-FNRI),

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The Food and Nutrition Research Institute’s Institutional Ethics Review Committee or FIERC held its first organizational meeting in February 9, 2018. The meeting was organized by the FIERC Secretariat to welcome the new members of the committee. Present during the meeting were Dr. Gemiliano DL. Aligui, the newly appointed Chair, Dr. Rodolfo F. Florentino, Co-Chair, Ms. Evelyn Villapando, lay member and two new members, Dr. Rodolfo E. Sumayao, Jr. and Rev. Fr. Lucrecio V. Paquet. Two other FIERC members, Dr. Marie Joy B. Arguillas and Rev. Fr. Leonardo E. Dollentas were out of the country during the meeting. FIERC affiliates who are composed of representatives from selected FNRI technical divisions were also invited to the meeting.

The Department of Science and Technology - Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOSTFNRI) starts the three-year field data collection of the Expanded National Nutrition Survey (ENNS) in 2018. The change in survey data collection from six months in every five years to three years data collection in every five years was in response to the requests from different stakeholders, particularly the local government units (LGUs) to have local survey results that can be used for local level program planning.

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