The first six months of its implementationin Antique were allotted P37.611 million. (With a report from PNA/PN) The Lot 2 component of the program willstill be subjected to bidding. Lot 2 is composed of vegetable variants to becooked and served to children beneficiaries. Jessie Cristales, focal person of the SFP,said that Barbaza is the first municipality in the province to implement theprogram targeting children within its 30 child development centers (CDCs). “In the coming days, I expect the other17 towns in the province to implement this program,” he said. Cristales added that except for theisland municipality of Caluya, all the other towns in the province alreadyreceived their first 60 days of Lot 1 viand allocation. Lot 1 is composed ofcooking oil, pineapple tidbits, spaghetti pasta, spaghetti sauce, corned beef,tomato sauce, and green peas by the supplier. “The National Food Authority provincialoffice has already delivered the rice for the cereal,” he noted. The SFP runs for a total of 120 daysthat will benefit 674 CDCs from the 18 municipalities of Antique. SAN JOSE, Antique – The municipality of Barbaza in this province has started toimplement the supplementary feeding program (SFP) of the Department of SocialWelfare and Development (DSWD). The 716 enrollees of the CDCs wereprovided with rice cereal and viand funded through the SFP. Cristales said the DSWD Region 6 advisedthat municipalities can start with their SFP once their Lot 1 and rice arealready available.