The Municipal Council led by Vice Mayor Rogerio C. Acle, 4th from left, formally turned over the medical supplies to municipal health officer Dr. Juanita K. Llacuna, 3rd from left, at a simple ceremony at the municipal hall
THE municipality of Mahinog has once again benefited from a donation of medical supplies from the Heetens Helpgood Center Philippines, a non-governmental foundation based in The Netherlands devoted to assist people and communities in developing countries improve lives and promote international cooperation.
Boxes filled with medical supplies from Heetens Helpgood Center Philippines (H.H.C.P) were turned over by Vice Mayor Rogerio C. Acle to the Municipal Health Office led by Dr. Juanita K. Llacuna on Monday at a simple ceremony in the municipal hall.
The medical supplies include three units Gooseneck lamp and stand, 3 minor surgical kits, 9 sphygmomanometer, 9 stethoscope, 5 OB bag, 3 nebulizer, 1 crib and 4 emergency kits.
This donation is one of many humanitarian projects initiated by Jo A.M. Schoorlemmer and Truss Schoorlemmer, couple directors of H.H.C.P.
Mr. & Mrs. Schoorlemmer, who were declared adopted son and daughter of Mahinog, have been actively involved in charity projects in the Province of Camiguin, and in the municipality of Mahinog since 2002 until the present.