062022 Typhoon Odette

Palawan Province – The National Nutrition Council MIMAROPA headed by the Nutrition Program Coordinator and OIC Ma. Eileen B. Blanco together with Information Management Officer (IMO) Xylene Ann B. Notario was assisted by Provincial Nutrition Action Officer (PNAO) Rachel T. Paladan in the conduct of monitoring visits in Dumaran, Roxas, and San Vicente, Palawan last 7-10 June 2022.

062022 Baragatan

Palawan Province – As part of the Baragatan Festival 2022, the Liga ng mga Barangay in partnership with the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) convened for the Barangay-Yan sa Baragatan at the Asturias Hotel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan last 16 June 2022. It was attended by almost 800 Barangay Captains and SK Officials from the 23 municipalities throughout Palawan with the aim of discussing the problems in the barangays such as malnutrition, low vaccination rate, and peace and order throughout the province.

05162022 Reorganization and Orientation of LNEWS FNS Team of Abra de Ilog

The Local Nutrition Early Warning System – Food and Nutrition Security (LNEWS-FNS) is a form of monitoring and analysis of collected data, such as food production, food prices, climate, and other factors, that could identify and address different problems, such as food and nutrition insecurity in the community.

The meeting covered a four-point agenda which includes the introduction to the National Nutrition Council (NNC), the overview of the LNEWS-FNS, the reorganization of LNEWS-FNS Team, and the submission of LNEWS-FNS reports.

Talking Points

We are happy to announce that the 2022 Nutrition Month Talking Points is NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!

You may check these links to download the said materials:

The theme for this year's Nutrition Month campaign which is "New normal na nutrisyon, sama-samang gawan ng solusyon!" calls for strengthened nutrition interventions and solidarity towards nutrition improvement as the country shifts towards living with the COVID-19 virus. The theme signifies the key role of nutrition in building resilience from pandemic to endemic paradigm. The term "new normal" was adopted to indicate a transition to a better normal while bringing the positive impacts of the pandemic to become more resilient and prevent future pandemics. The pandemic has made a huge impact on nutrition, such as disruptions in delivering nutrition and related services, increased hunger incidence, etc. But there are also positive impacts such as innovation in service delivery, home food production, increased awareness of one's health and consuming healthy diets, and solidarity amongst the people to help each other.

As to what the objectives of the campaign state; 1.) Raise the awareness of the importance of nutrition in building resilience and recovery from the pandemic, 2.) Stimulate discussions among stakeholders on how to build back better the design, delivery, and scale-up of nutrition interventions; and 3.) Engage various sectors and the public in activities that promote nutrition.

The regional office is looking forward to conducting more webinar series to get a larger scope or group to help disseminate nutrition information and improve the overall nutrition well-being of the people in MIMAROPA.

Written by: NO I Lorelie Millares

05102022 TK Coordination Meeting Occidental Mindoro


The National Nutrition Council MIMAROPA, led by NPC Blanco together with PNFP Torres convened a coordination meeting with DAR, ARBOs, and LGUs of Occidental Mindoro to prepare for the upcoming wet feeding phase of the Tutok Kainan Dietary Supplementation Program, which will begin on May 18, 2022.

06012022 PROMO Nutri Com convenes for 2nd Quarter Meeting

PROMO Nutrition Communicators, the local media group of National Nutrition Council MIMAROPA convened for its second quarter meeting last 31 May 2022 via Zoom. Ten (10) members were present during the meeting to discuss status of media placements, production of MIMAROPA Nutri-times 2022 Issue, video documentary project and nutrition month celebration.