Issue of January 8, 2017

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4,000 shirts given to residents of MP
by Wabilyn M. Lomong–oy

REACHING OUT -- Mountain Province Rep. Maximo Dalog and Bauko Mayor Abraham Akilit gave out long sleeve shirts to elders at the Bauko municipal grounds to help protect them from the cold weather that started to be felt since December. -- Roger Sacyaten



BONTOC, Mountain Province – Residents of Natonin, Sadanga, Bauko, and Bontoc are recipients of shirts distributed from November to December 2016.

The shirt distribution is a partnership of the office of Rep. Maximo Dalog with the Children International Philippines Inc. (CIPI)  in their bid to bring lasting change in the community, especially to the children living in poverty.

The distribution of shirts labeled with “Warriors Dash” from the popular sneakers brand coincided with the inauguration of the different school buildings funded through the efforts of Dalog.

In 2015, the solon’s office obtained more than 40 volumes of books from the CIPI that were turned over to the Department of Education before the distribution to different schools in the province.

In 2016, Toms shoes and soaps were also given to identified organizations and day care centers in the province while various medical supplies amounting to P1.8 million were also turned over to Luis Hora Memorial Regional Hospital and Bontoc General Hospital.

Medical kits and supplies were also distributed to the identified district hospital, rural health units, and barangay heath stations in the province in July 2016, all of which came from the same organization.

The solon’s office shouldered the shipment of the 4,000 shirts from the port of shipment until the distribution to the identified beneficiaries. The congressman explained the need for a proper documentation in the distribution since it is a requirement from the organization.

Around 3,000 shirts and additional commodities like thread and soaps are expected to be distributed starting next week, which will also coincide with the inauguration of a school buildings in the province.

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