Rise Against Hunger Philippines has partnered with the Department of Health (DOH) in its First 1,000 Days Program targeting pregnant and lactating women. Rise Against Hunger Meal packs are used in the supplemental feeding of pregnant and lactating women that visit rural health clinics for antenatal care, post-partum check-ups, mothers’ classes, nutrition classes, vitamin supplementation, vaccinations as well as medical check-ups of children. Monthly rations of meal packs are given to the women as they visit the clinics. The meals not only provide the necessary nutrition of the women but also serve as incentives to regularly visit the clinics and attend classes. The DOH partnership is now on-going in the provinces of Zambales and Pampanga among 100 indigenous women. Health and nutrition of mothers and babies will be monitored.