Issue of October 8, 2017
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Children Int’l Phils donates more goods to MP residents
by Erlindo Agwilang Jr.

EXTENDING HELP -- More goods and commodities continue to pour in for Mountain Province residents courtesy of the Children International Philippines which continues to donate and distribute various items like caps, shirts, food packs, soaps, and school supplies in the far-flung municipalities of Barlig, Natonin, and Paracelis. The donation and distribution is a partnership program between the late Cong. Maximo Dalog and the CI, which started in 2014 and being continued by the newly established Maximo Dalog Foundation.
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More goods and commodities continue to pour in for residents of Mountain Province after Children International (CI) Philippines donated and distributed caps, shirts, food packs, soaps and school supplies in the far-flung municipalities of Barlig, Natonin, and Paracelis.

Recipients were day care centers, supervised neighborhood play centers, kindergarten centers, elementary and secondary schools, women groups, and the community.

CI Chief of Programs Rebecca Fuellos said the foundation works to eradicate poverty through diverse programs that provide children access to medical and dental care, educational support, life skills and leadership trainings that empower them to create lasting and positive changes in their communities.

The foundation’s core focus is on education, health, nutrition, youth development, child abuse prevention, infrastructure building, disaster preparedness and risk reduction.

“We require the commitment of all stakeholders concerned – our beneficiaries, the community and the partners from various sectors of the society that support these worthy causes,” she said.

Fuellos added that among the reasons why the foundation continues to choose Mountain Province as a beneficiary is its being always compliant in terms of submission of liquidation reports and photos to document the distribution and ensure ensuring that the goods have reached the beneficiaries.

The partnership program between the late congressman Maximo B. Dalog and the CI started in 2014. Aside from the recently distributed items, the foundation has been donating textbooks, medical supplies and equipment, toys, threads, shoes, and other mixed commodities.

Despite Dalog’s death, the family is continuing the partnership program through his children, lawyers Maximo Jr. and Cyphrine, chief of staff of the Office of the Congressman whose role in the partnership is to handle the customs and transportation charges of the goods and to make sure that the items will reach beneficiaries on time.

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