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Food security, health and nutrition issues affecting families in crisis, Philippines

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ALE Center Inc (Angelica Louise Education Center) Verified non-profit organisation

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

We are a Filipino relief and development charitable organization that’s committed to complementing government’s efforts to break the cycle of hunger and poverty in Nueva Ecija, a landlocked province of the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region.Our primary focus is to reduce the suffering of families in crisis especially those in which mothers and children live in hunger and have fear of starvation.

What is your project and how will it help?

For our Client families, our projects are designed to reach for all the three facets of food security – Food availability: having available sufficient quantities of food on a consistent basis; Food access: having sufficient resources, both economic and physical, to obtain appropriate foods for a nutritious diet; Food use: the appropriate use based on knowledge of basic nutrition and care, as well as adequate water and sanitation. For our Child Development projects, we run a school and feeding programs that make impacts on children’s health and educational outcomes.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

We are happy to receive financial assistance such as grants; or supplies such as food, medicine, and equipment; or technical assistance through labor such as volunteer services; or expertise such as technical advice and training.

Please detail the resources that you need.

Click the Further Information link below to see our financing requirements and budget estimates

Further information

Contact details

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Partnership types

Doing business with the poor; Project funding

Regions / countries / territories

Asia: Philippines

Global issues

Education and training; Environment and climate change; Food security and nutrition; all (4)


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