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Title: Tubigon, Bohol Best in Nutrition Council Program
Post by: MIKELIGALIG.com on December 14, 2009, 04:54:06 PM
TUBIGON Nutrition Council Program achieved the highest provincial nutrition recognition when it bested all other Bohol towns with total of 94.91 nutrition credit points to top ten other towns already in the top list.

Mayor Luna Piezas proudly received the trophy and cash prize, which the Provincial Nutrition Council (PNC) prepared for the winners in different categories during the awarding day Wednesday at the Jjs Seafoods Village.

That day, nutrition advocates from winning towns and nutrition awardees converged at the venue to receive their awards and get recognized for their outstanding efforts in fighting malnutrition.

After the highly innovative Tubigon NC program came Garcia Hernandez program with 93.82 and Panglao at 93.00 at close third.

Mabini program came fourth at 92.6, Catigbian at 92.3 placed fifth, Trinidad scored 91.35 to be at the sixth followed closely by San Miguel at 91.3 at seventh position.

Antequera got 91.28 to place eighth, Ubay at 90.71 placed ninth while Candijay and Balilihan reaped 90.17 to stay tied on tenth place in the province-wide search for best town nutrition programs.

Also awarded during the day were district honors for best barangay nutrition councils.

Dorol, Balilihan packed 90.5 points to win for District 1, Soom Trinidad got 91.5 to hitch the best spot on District 2 and Concepcion, Mabini won hands down for District 3.

Also winning in the town nutrition council program maintenance awards were Talibon at 99.4, Inabanga at 98.9 and Calape at 98 points.

On the outstanding nutrition scholar category, Inabangnon Virgincita Aunio bagged the prize.

Provincial Nutrition Council Coordinator Juliet Manliguez shared that a team composed of representatives from the Provincial Health Office, Provincial Agriculture Office, Social Welfare and Development Office, Department of environment and Natural Resources and the Department of Education evaluated the town programs last April 12 to June 2.

Towns that get an average of 92 to 94 ratings usually get to be considered outstanding winner in nutrition and has to maintain it to be called consistent outstanding winner in nutrition, she explained. (PIA)
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