FN 165.1 Nutrition Education and Training II

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With the guidance of the faculty-in-charge (FIC), the students are guided to assess the training and education needs of a specific target group (e.g., pregnant/lactating women, children, adolescents, adults, and elderly, and community health workers) in a low-income community. They are also guided in formulating an instructional design for a nutrition education session. They implement the instructional design to the chosen target group, and document and evaluate the seminar or training session.

The FIC partners with the Quezon City Health Department in implementing the course in one of the city’s barangays.

Duration / Date:

Every first semester

Target / Beneficiaries:

Community members of an urban poor or under-served community, with a focus on those with high prevalence of malnutrition and disease

Cost of Participation:


Office in Charge:

Department of Food Science and Nutrition
College of Home Economics
University of the Philippines Diliman

Contact Details:

Casiana Blanca Villarino, PhD
Department Chairperson
Department of Food Science and Nutrition
Room 220 Alonso Hall
College of Home Economics
Regidor St.
University of the Philipines
Tel. no.: 981 8500 loc. 3412
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

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