このほどフィリピン・ドゥテルテ大統領の政党PDP-Labanは、貧困層向けに給食プログラムを開始しました。(⌒-⌒)

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こういったニュースは日本のマスコミはあまり取り上げないよね。

たぶん「独裁者」とか「殺人者」のレッテルを貼りたいんだろうな。┐( ̄ヘ ̄)┌

 

ソース元

プログラムの名前は「ドゥテルテのキッチン」で、マニラ首都圏クバオのエドサ通り沿いにオープンし、毎日50人から70人のストリートチルドレンたちに、朝昼晩の3食を提供しています。

食事は一般的なフィリピン料理ですが、寄付される食材によって内容は変わるそうです。

10月からオープンしていますが、子供だけでなく飢えた大人にも食事を提供しているそうです。

また食事だけでなく子供に読み書きを教えるなど、生活を向上させる機会も提供しています。

「ドゥテルテのキッチン」は、ほかの地域にもオープンさせる予定です。

 

ソース元→ ‘Duterte’s Kitchen’ in Cubao serves free food for street kids

“Duterte’s Kitchen” is now serving free food to street children, Mondays through Saturdays, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

“Duterte’s Kitchen,” which was launched last October 10, is located in a building along EDSA, just across Farmers Plaza — a few steps away from the MRT station there.

Project head Dexter Araquel told ABS-CBN News that concept was inspired by a project of Duterte when he was still mayor of Davao City.

He said the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) adopted the concept in Metro Manila to aid kids who are begging for money on the streets.

“Nagsimula ito sa project ni Mayor Digong noong nasa Davao pa siya,” he said.”Meron daw para bang karinderya o lugawan sa likod ng city hall, doon para ‘yung mga nagugutom, pupunta lang doon. Eventually, in-adopt ito ng PDP-Laban.”

(This came from a project of Duterte when he was still serving as mayor of Davao. There was this eatery serving free rice porridge for anyone who is hungry but has no money to buy food. Eventually, this was adopted by PDP-Laban.)

According to Araquel, “Duterte’s Kitchen” relies only on donations in-kind and volunteer work.

Street children chilling at “Duterte’s Kitchen” after a heart dinner.

 

Araquel recalled that in their first few weeks, the only food in their menu was either lugaw or champorado (chocolate rice porridge).

But nearly two months after they opened, donations poured in which enabled them to cook full meals for the kids.

Araquel said “Duterte’s Kitchen” already has regular patrons, but volunteers continue to look for street kids who need food in nearby areas.

Aside from food, he said they are now also able to teach kids how to read and write, with the help of teacher-volunteers.

Vivian Pulga, a volunteer in charge of food, said she is happy to see the kids having fun and satisfied with their meals.

Aside from this, “Nanay Vivian”, as she is fondly called by eatery volunteers and patrons, said she is also happy that “Duterte’s Kitchen” has been keeping kids from solvent addiction.

“Karamihan kasi ng mga bata, nagso-solvent lang naman kasi walang makain. Pero dahil may nakakain na sila, hindi na sila nagso-solvent,” she said.

(Most of these kids inhale solvent to forget their hunger. But since they can now eat for free, they no longer abuse solvent.)

Volunteers Danilo Abano, Joan Barcelon and Nanay Vivian Pulga.

 

Nanay Vivian said “Duterte’s Kitchen” is able to feed at least 40 street children a day, Mondays through Saturdays, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

During Saturdays, she said, more volunteers come to “Duterte’s Kitchen” to hold learning activities and games for the kids.

Araquel said this aspect of the project is very important because they want the kids to feel that they have a family to go to in “Duterte’s Kitchen.”

He said they are planning to expand the project when opportunity allows. Anyone is also welcome to help.

Those who would like to donate food or do volunteer work, can reach “Duterte’s Kitchen” through their Facebook page here.

“Duterte’s Kitchen” only accepts donations in-kind and volunteer work.


 

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