• is that painful sensation, or exhausted
condition that one feels from want of food.
• also scarcity of food
8/7/2015SIMO...
IN THE
PHILIPPINES8/7/2015SIMON.JM
• Pope Benedict XVI, during a
summit of the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organization
(FAO) in November 2009 in Rom...
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
POVERTY
• – Poor people do not have the resources like
land, tools or money which are needed to grow
or buy food on a dail...
*POVERTY TRAP
• People living in poverty cannot afford nutritious
food for themselves and their families. This
makes them ...
NATURAL DISASTERS
• typhoons, floods, drought and other calamities
can lead to severe food insecurity among those
who are ...
RAPID POPULATION GROWTH
• particularly in urban areas make it harder
for poor people to feed themselves.
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
WAR
• forces millions of people to flee their homes,
leading to hunger emergencies as the displaced
find themselves withou...
FOOD PRICES
• increasing food prices directly affect
the people’s capacity to buy food
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
LACK OF AGRICULTURAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
• Lack of farm-to-market roads, post-
harvest and irrigation facilities, and
modern te...
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
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PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4PS)
PROGRAM OF THE GOVERNMENT SAYING THE
MOVE WILL BOLSTER THE ANTIPOVERTY
INITIATIV...
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
• Agri-Pinoy is the overall strategic framework of
the Department of Agriculture that guides the
various ...
8/7/2015SIMON.JM
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Hunger in the Philippines

  1. 1. • is that painful sensation, or exhausted condition that one feels from want of food. • also scarcity of food 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  2. 2. IN THE PHILIPPINES8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  3. 3. • Pope Benedict XVI, during a summit of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in November 2009 in Rome, referred to hunger as • “the most cruel and concrete sign of poverty.” 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
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  5. 5. POVERTY • – Poor people do not have the resources like land, tools or money which are needed to grow or buy food on a daily basis. 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  6. 6. *POVERTY TRAP • People living in poverty cannot afford nutritious food for themselves and their families. This makes them weaker and less able to earn the money that would help them escape poverty and hunger. 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  7. 7. NATURAL DISASTERS • typhoons, floods, drought and other calamities can lead to severe food insecurity among those who are affected 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  8. 8. RAPID POPULATION GROWTH • particularly in urban areas make it harder for poor people to feed themselves. 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  9. 9. WAR • forces millions of people to flee their homes, leading to hunger emergencies as the displaced find themselves without the means to feed themselves. The conflict in Syria is a recent example 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  10. 10. FOOD PRICES • increasing food prices directly affect the people’s capacity to buy food 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
  11. 11. LACK OF AGRICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE • Lack of farm-to-market roads, post- harvest and irrigation facilities, and modern technology all affect food availability and access 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
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  19. 19. PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4PS) PROGRAM OF THE GOVERNMENT SAYING THE MOVE WILL BOLSTER THE ANTIPOVERTY INITIATIVE OF THE AQUINO ADMINISTRATION. 8/7/2015SIMON.JM
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  21. 21. 8/7/2015SIMON.JM • Agri-Pinoy is the overall strategic framework of the Department of Agriculture that guides the various services and programs of the DA from 2011-2016 and beyond. • Agri-Pinoy has 4 guiding principles, namely: • food security and self-sufficiency, • sustainable agriculture and fisheries, • natural resource management, and; • local development.
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