A new program has been unveiled by the government to better serve the poor Filipino in the country by providing them with healthy breakfast meals.
The project first opened up in Cubao, Quezon City and fed locals with breakfast. National exec. director of PDP-Laban Glen Badon revealed that the project aims to progress their Social Services and Development Program under Duterte's administration to feed the poor.
Duterte's Kitchen is targeting 50 to 70 individuals to feed street children and the underprivileged with three meals during the day. The food mostly served is rice porridge (lugaw) or chocolate rice porridge (champorado). The plan is to launch more Duterte's Kitchen to other places of the country to reach a wider audience and cater to those in need. "We will bring Duterte's Kitchen nationwide to feed and teach children roaming the streets aimed at uplifting their situation," Badon said.