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The Medical Mission Matters Philippines has served 53 beneficiaries with cleft palate and cleft lip yesterday January 31 in a medical mission which consist of the removal of sutures for those who have already undergone the surgical operation.

The Medical Mission Matters led by Pepito Miagao together with Persons with Disability Affairs Officer (PDAO) headed by Paulo L. Castillo with the support of the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) headed by Lazaro G. Petinglay and also attended by OIC Governor Fernando C. Corvera in behalf of Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao attended the program.

The hospital and the Provincial Health Office together with the Angel Salazar Memorial Hospital staff provided the needed workforce.

“The next medical mission is scheduled on the 3rd week of March to Antiqueños who have not yet availed of the service", said Miagao

The medical mission provided pre- and postoperative medicines and medical supplies required for the pre- and post- operation care. It also shouldered the patients’ transportation and meals. It served poor children with facial deformities, particularly cleft palate and cleft lips.


NTC: Unified Radio Communication System for MDRRMO’s

The National Telecommunication (NTC) Regional Director Nestor P. Monroy, is in Antique to spearhead the establishment of a unified radio communication network system for the Municipal Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Officers (MDRRMO’s) of the Province.

According to RD Monroy, the unified radio system will serve as a unifying system for MDRRMO to enhance their communication within the coverage area during disaster and it can also be used for security purposes.

Monroy also said that Iloilo’s Second District has already established the Rapid Emergency Telecommunication (RETT) which helps the MDRRMO’s to relay messages faster and more efficiently by using one radio frequency.

“Communication is very vital in times of emergency so there is a need for the MDRRMO’s to have a unified communication system”, Monroy added.

He also said that they are planning to put up the repeater system in an upland area somewhere in Hamtic or in Mararison Island in Culasi so that the radio transmission can also reach the nearby provinces.

This year’s Annual Program Planning on Leadership and Empowerment (APPLE) of the MDRRMO also discussed about Barangay DRRM Plan Template, Orientation on the Utilization of LDRRM funds, Organization of RETT and Initial Organizational Planning, Provincial DRRM Plan and DRRM related Ordinances.

In addition, Hon. Fernando Corvera OIC-Governor together with RD Nestor P. Monroy of NTC VI, Mr. Broderick G. Train of PDRRMO, Capt. Zenmond D. Duque (PC6), Assistant Regional Director Aletha Nogra, Engr. Abraham Fabila of DOST, led  the ribbon cutting ceremony of the PDRRMO access road, Binirayan Hills San Jose, Antique which was amounted to Php 544,882.00.


Seven AICS (Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation) recipients from southern municipalities received their cash assistance

Seven AICS (Aid to Individuals in Crisis Situation) recipients received their cash assistance today personally handed by Sangguniang Panlalawigan member, Fernando Corvera, the OIC-Governor.


Corazon P. Boston – Cubay South, Bugasong – 5, 000

Elsie M. Zamora – Tagudtod North, Bugasong – 2, 500

Jocelyn R. Boston – Igbalangao, Bugasong – 4, 000

Lory G. Merendad – Sinundulan, San Remegio – 4, 000

Adelaida B. Magdarapan – Villafont, Sibalom – 3, 000

Jinky G. Dulalia – Butuan, Anini-y – 6, 000

Ana O.Padohinog – Opsan, Tobias Fornier – 4, 000