DSWD 10 distributes food pack to PWDs in Liboran, Bukidnon


The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 10, through its Disaster Response Management, recently delivered food packs to persons with disabilities (PWDs) affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

PWDs in Baranagay Liboran, Baungon, Bukidnon received around 37 Family Food Packs (FFPs). 

“The distribution pf FFPs is in response to the request letter of their Committee Chairman on Social Services who have proritized the PWDs especially with their needs in this time of pandemic,” DSWD said.

A box of FFP can sustain a family of five to six people for up to three days, with each containing four tins of canned tuna flakes, two tins of canned sardines, four tins of corned beef, five sachets of 3-in-1 instant coffee, five sachets of powdered cereal drink, and six kilos of NFA rice.

DSWD added that “[t]he purpose of this activity is to sustain the well-being of the poor, marginalized and vulnerable individuals, families, and communities through responsive social protection programs and services.”

—(Source: DSWD X)

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