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Trece Martires launches first 1,000 days of life program

Apr 4, 2022 @ 9:45

The local government of Trece Martires has shown its commitment to taking care of mommies and babies in the first 1,000 days of life.

It has launched the Magnanay ay Gabayan sa maButing kaLusugan to provide proper care for expectant mothers and newborn babies, according to Mayor Gemma Lubigan.

“Ang programa pong ito ay nagbibigay halaga sa mabuting kalusugan at nutrisyon ng ina at sanggol sa loob ng unang isang libong araw ng buhay,” Lubigan said on Facebook.

The City Health Office screened pregnant women in their first trimester and included them in the F1K program.

They would then be given medical care even after they give birth, until their child turns two years old.

The child would receive care as well.

The services they would receive include consultation, laboratory tests, rotating ultrasound, vaccines, medicines vitamins, maternal care and newborn care package, immediate postpartum and post-natal care, deworming for the child, dietary and supplementary feeding, birth registration, baptism, enrollment in early childhood care and development. seeds for home gardening, job placement assistance and livelihood training, family development sessions, routine water maintenance and toilet sanitation, and Philhealth membership

“Gusto po natin na ang susunod na henersyon na mga batang Treceño ay ay lumaking malusog, matalino, at may kakayanan sa buhay,” the mayor said.

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