“Maraming gumagalaw, pero itong ating issue, kailangan hindi lang galaw ng galaw kundi dapat intelligent and discerned ang paggalaw.”
Today, we continue with the discussion of the huge concerns we’re experiencing alongside the national issues of hunger, stunting, and malnutrition. Can the government solve this alone, given that they work around a limited budget each year? How can the private sector help, and how much does their help weigh in solving this problem? What can concept management do to aid in the efforts to eradicate hunger, stunting, and malnutrition?
In this episode, Fr. Tito Caluag, together with Carlo Santiago, Leloy Claudio, Manuel L. Quezon III, and our guest, discussed how proper management can help with the different programs both the government and the private sectors have planned to figure out how to handle and manage this national issue. Atty. Benedicta Du-Baladad, the president of the Management Association of the Philippines, shared how their association works with the government and private sectors to help address the big problems of hunger, stunting, and malnutrition in our country. This episode also tackled some of the ways that could be effective in attempting to make food more cost-efficient and accessible to all, especially those in need.