Enhanced Partnership Against Hunger and Poverty (EPAHP)

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/MMD-cZbpxfL4tCatLJJY0_WqLWyeCy4nPW4YWZDq9wvq_yRfo0xo2zngyVwn86jDtF7SnAzDVDQawbVSixf4ctILiEdk47P3BAJ34YEWydg9yAJxM8bucLYxVic-bLplg6wqO-vpNa7ZN8BywRcThe EPAHP is a convergence program which aims to mitigate hunger, ensure food and nutrition security, and reduce poverty in urban and rural communities, including marginalized communities. It is composed of 28 government agencies and two international partners, namely the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the World Food Program.


As the lead agency of EPAHP, the DSWD will continue to contribute towards the government’s efforts to achieve food security, reduce poverty, and end hunger and malnutrition.  The agency implements the Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP), Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), delivery of disaster response management programs, projects and services to victims of disasters, and the provision of food supplies to clients of Residential Care Facilities (RCFs).