Malnutrition remains to be one of the top problems in our country today. An estimated seven million children across the Philippines currently experience hunger and malnutrition, painting a bleak picture amid rosy economic growth figures. This public health problem is largely driven by inadequate access to nutritious food, lack of nutrition education, and poor health and sanitation services. According to SWS 4th quarter survey in 2015, 2.6 million families experience voluntary hunger.
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