Kaagapay ng Batasan Hills (KBH) Cares, Incorporated, an organization of Purok (Area) Leaders, resumed a Saturday mass feeding program after placing it to rest for a couple of months. The comeback happened in the morning of June 11, 2016 along one of the streets in Kalayaan B.
This resurgence fed two big pots of MannaPack Rice to over a hundred children. MannaPack Rice is a formula consisting of:
MannaPack Rice, an easy-to-prepare food blend has won rave reviews all over the world. While the formula was designed to save the lives of severely malnourished and starving children, the ingredients also improve the health, growth and physical well-being of children who are no longer in immediate danger of starvation. A team of food scientists continues to monitor the MannaPack Rice to ensure that it meets nutritional needs of the world’s hungry children.
The session also provided sachets of Syoss shampoo, packs of dried meat and capsules of vitamins for adult bystanders.
Goods were distributed by Captain John “Jojo” M. Abad and Miss Charo Mangune, daughter and representative of Kagawad Charlie O. Mangune, to the residents of the area being headed by Purok Leader Conrado B. Flores.
This mass feeding project that KBH Cares, Inc. has long been participating in has always been through the joint sponsorship of Capt. Abad and the Divine Care Mission Center Church, and the perpetual support of 2nd District Councilor Ranulfo “Rannie” Z. Ludovica and the Batasan Hills council, namely, Kgds. Mangune, Luisito “Tata” Z. Ludovica, Edgar “Junjun” S. Macario, Jr., Jhorwin D. Santos, Ernesto “Ernie” S. Custodio, Filomena “Luming” V. de Guzman and Roberto “Bobby” B. Miras.
Written by Aphrodite
Photos taken by Lea Serenas