Five (5) out of ten (10) Filipino kids are suffering from malnutrition. Nationwide, more than 3 million of them are suffering from this health problem. To 1,000 malnourished Filipino kids aged 5 to 10 years old from Imus, Rosario, Noveleta, Trece Martires in Cavite, Aral Pinoy and The Appledrive Project will provide FREE apples, healthy and nutritionally balanced meals and vitamins, and their parents will be given hands-on training on urban container gardening (UCG) to grow their own healthy vegetables.
Aral Pinoy and The Appledrive Project ensure that for one whole year 1,000 poor Filipino children in the communities of Imus, Rosario, Noveleta, Trece Martires in Cavite, Philippines will:
(1) get FREE apples (and other fruits) for them to eat, not once but more often,
(2) receive healthy and nutritionally balanced meals and vitamins,
(3) make their parents get training on urban container gardening (UCG) to grow their own healthy vegetables, and
(4) be taught the importance of living a healthy life.
With a minimum of $15 dollars / ₱ 659 pesos we will provide 15 apples ($1 dollar each) for a poor Filipino child for 15 days. With $45 dollars / ₱ 1,975 pesos, we will provide a malnourished child 30 apples for 1 month and once a week a total of 8 balanced meals plus vitamins.
Project Name: Make 1,000 Poor Filipino Kids Eat Healthy Meals Project Id: 17217
Link to this project: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/make-1000-poor-filipino-kids-eat-healthy-meals/
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We know that there are a lot of other ways you could spend the money, but you believe in our project, thus you will be making these 1,000 Poor Filipino Kids to Make them Eat Healthy Meals and learn the importance of healthy living.
Please also consider telling to your friends and family about this project by sharing the link on your blogs or social networks.
Thank you again for all your support to this cause.
RJ "Appleboy" Garcia Jr
Founder. Entrepreneur. Advocate.
THE APPLEDRIVE PROJECT
Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Project Leader for Aral Pinoy in