Top officials in the central office of Commission on Population and its regional directors have been undergoing the Zuellig Family Foundation’s Bridging Leadership training program. Among the objectives is improving their capacities at engaging local government officials to allow the collaborative and effective implementation of reproductive health and family planning programs in local communities.
In May 2013, the Department of Health (DOH) and Zuellig Family Foundation (ZFF) entered into an unprecedented three-year public-private partnership agreement. The “Health Leadership and Governance Program” (HLGP) uses the ZFF Health Change Model to fix local health systems and help the country achieve its national health targets. The National Anti-Poverty Commission has identified 609 areas for inclusion. Local […]
It was in 2012 when the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and ZFF first formed a partnership for a four-year joint project on “Strengthening Provincial and Municipal Health Champions.” In 2018, another partnership was forged to pilot the “Youth Leadership and Governance Program” (YLGP) in Mindanao municipalities whose leaders had finished a ZFF health leadership and governance […]
In October 2013, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and ZFF participated in a three-year Global Development Alliance to implement capability-building programs in 121 LGUs, including three cities under USAID’s Cities Development Initiative. The aim of the joint project is to enhance leadership and governance skills of local chief executives and health officers so they […]
There are two components under the seventh country programme (2012-2016) of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF): (1) services and systems to address inequities for the fulfilment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015, and (2) a well-developed human security and social policy framework to lessen risks from inequities, conflict, and natural disasters by 2016. […]
In 2017, the Zuellig Family Foundation piloted a two-year project funded by the Swiss-registered Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Foundation . It built on the health leadership and governance program given to leaders of two ZFF alumni municipalities: Gamay in Northern Samar, and Looc in Romblon. The project aims to increase the leaders’ capacities to establish harmonized and responsive […]
Headquartered in Canada, Nutrition International has programs in over 60 countries supporting or implementing programs to address malnutrition. In 2019, it partnered with the Zuellig Family Foundation to implement ZFF’s approach in improving the first 1000 days nutrition in the cities of Puerto Princesa, Tagum, and Tacurong. The approach is a strategic adaptation of what was used […]