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News and Features

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PPP: A strategy to meet goals
 “What this program is showing us now is that public-private partnership is a good strategy toward the achievement of our goals. Together, we must continue to work hand-in-hand. Together we can do it.”
 
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Mayors clamor for coordinated support in Eastern Visayas
As aid pours into typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda) affected municipalities, mayors are asking that a well-coordinated system be in place for speedier recovery and rehabilitation. 
 
During a partnership meeting organized by Tabang Visayas and the Zuellig Family Foundation last month, Marabut Mayor Percival Ortillo Jr. noted the lack of a municipal system for donor assistance. “It is important to implement a centralized system at the municipal level to manage donor assistance with municipal priorities.” 
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Health and Livelihood Recovery Begins in E. Samar
Recovery of health and livelihood programs formally begins in three Eastern Samar municipalities that suffered massive destruction in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda).

Mayors Mark Biong of Giporlos, Nedito Campo of Quinapondan and Melchor Melgar of Salcedo recently signed their respective tripartite partnership agreements with the Zuellig Family Foundation and CARD Inc. to help their towns restore proper maternal and child healthcare (MCH) services.
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Public health challenges highlighted in US forum
The challenges and progress in the Philippine public health became the focal points of discussion in a forum held last November in Washington D.C.
 
The forum, sponsored by the US-Philippines Society (US-PS), Center for Strategic & International Studies and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-Center for Communications Programs, had as presenters former Health Secretary Esperanza Cabral, Zuellig Family Foundation president Ernesto Garilao and Merck for Mothers Executive Director Dr. Naveen Rao.
 
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ZFF, Fil-Am and US Groups Aid E. Samar Towns
A wide stretch of white sand beach will enthrall first time visitors in this part of Salcedo, Eastern Samar. There is, however, a grim story behind this new “paradise.” Before super typhoon Haiyan, the landscape was dotted with tall coconut trees and several houses. Some houses were made of concrete. No house was left undamaged.
 
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ZFF Comes to Aid of Capiz Towns
Some 30 kilometers south of the Capiz provincial capital of Roxas City, sits a typhoon-devastated rural town getting little outside help.
 
In a short speech before the distribution of relief packs to 120 families of Barangay Mapulang Bato, Dao Mayor Joselito Escutin said Zuellig Family Foundation, along with the Social Action Center of the Archdiocese of Roxas, was the first non-government organization to help his town. 
 
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HEALTH OUTCOMES MONITOR

ZFF aligned its goal to the country's Millennium Development Goals. This is to objectively assess health improvements (or lack of) in its partner-municipalities. Maternal mortality ratio (MMR) is given close attention in the monitoring because, as Health Secretary Enrique Ona puts it, "MMR serves as a sentinel information which can be a good gauge of the state of the entire health system."
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