Mayor Salvador inks MOA on carabao milk supplementation for Grade 1 students
San Jose City Mayor Kokoy Salvador on July 18 signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Philippine Carabao Center (PCC), and the Department of Education (DepEd) San Jose providing for a milk supplementation program in the city’s schools.
The milk supplementation program aims to reduce the number of children, particularly Grade 1 students, afflicted with malnutrition.
The project will be implemented in the following schools: Calaocan, Balacat, Abar 2nd, Ciriaco and San Jose West Central School.
The project also aims to assist the city’s dairy farmers sell their carabao’s milk.
Unlike other municipalities which implement the program for only 100 days, San Jose will implement the milk suppmentation project for 204 days.
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