Cauayan Mayor Showcases Zero Hunger Initiative

In this Mayors’ Challenge video, Mayor Bernard Dy proudly introduces Cauayan City’s response to SDGs 2 and 3. In an effort to alleviate hunger and malnutrition while ensuring that no food goes to waste, Cauayan established a “Food Bank” where food is stored and distributed to poor families and children. The Food Bank is operated by the city government but receives generous support from individuals, establishments, local retailers, companies, NGOs, and other charitable institutions: a small-scale but inspiring example of partnerships for the Goals. #UrbanOctoberPh #MayorsChallengePh

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