BIDANI@45: Boosting Positive Impact through Revitalized Partnerships and Sustainable Practices
VOLUME 2
NO 2
2024

The Barangay Integrated Development Approach for Nutrition Improvement (BIDANI) is the extension flagship program of the College of Human Ecology. It is a comprehensive nutrition-in-development program prioritizing the improvement of the nutritional status of Filipinos to achieve rural development. It was originally called the Nutrition Improvement Model (NIM) founded in 1978 and evolved as BIDANI in 1984.

In its 45th Anniversary, the network of eight SUCs, namely: University of the Philippines Los Baños, Batangas State University, Bicol University, Central Luzon State University, Central Mindanao University, Isabela State University, University of the Philippines Visayas, and Visayas State University held a convention to celebrate the achievements of the Program.

This special issue aims to share and showcase the selected papers presented during the BIDANI’s 45th anniversary convention as well as other action research and extension activities of the network, including outputs related to barangay management information systems, community empowerment, community development, strategies and experiences, nutrition interventions among others.

Keywords: BIDA, BIDANI Network Program, BMIS, community development, nutrition intervention, PNEA

Guest Editors

Dr. Clarissa B. Juanico
Associate Professor and Program Leader of BIDANI Network Program
Institute of Human Nutrition and Food, College of Human Ecology, UPLB
[email protected]

Dr. Vaberlie P. Mandane- Garcia
Director, Extension Services and Vice Chancellor for Research, Development
and Extension Services – Pablo Borbon Campus
Batangas State University (BSU)
[email protected]

Dr. Estrella Yambon Dacillo
Director, University Extension CMU-USWAG with BIDANI Component
Central Mindanao University (CMU)
[email protected]

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ARTICLES

The BIDANI Strategy in the Face of the New Normal: Learning from the Experiences of Baybay City in Leyte, Philippines
Merry Jean A. Caparas , Lilian B. Nuñez , Saloma B. Gisulga, Melodina P. Edullantes, Randy G. Omega, and Ian Dave B. Custodio

Browse Articles

Household Willingness to Pay for Constructed Wetlands as Nature-Based Solutions for Wastewater Treatment in Bayawan City, Philippines
Patricia Marie C. Guila, Casper Boongaling Agaton, Ryan Randle B. Rivera, and Edwin R. Abucay
Online Food Delivery Service Satisfaction, Food Choices, and Usage Frequency Among UPLB Students Aged 18-24 During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Christine Andrea R. Arias and Recylyn I. Bayna-Mariano
Diesel to Solar Irrigation System: Economic, Environmental, and Social Acceptability Analyses by Small-Scale Farmers of Calapan, Oriental Mindoro
Charmaine Samala Guno