Archive for January, 2022

PAMAG CRMHI Outreach in Dalaguete

PAMAG supported Sister Cecille Cabahug and Cardinal Rosales Medical Hospital Inc Disaster Relief Outreach in Dalaguete, Cebu. One hundred fifty three families (CRMHI Employees, Chosen families, Security Guards, Garbage Collectors, Oxygen Guys, San Guillermo Parish Personnel and Carpenters).  were given rice packs and grocery packs (canned goods and bath soaps) . In addition, 26 families of CRMHI Employees with major and minor Damaged houses were given construction materials (Galvanized Iron Sheets, Bags of Cement, Nails and Plywood) to repair their homes.

January 29, 2022 at 9:52 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG and CIM Class 76 Disaster Relief Distribution in Pangan-an, Cebu

PAMAG and CIM Class 76 through Dr. Livia Capuy continue the disaster relief work in Cebu. This time, it was rice distribution to 300 families in Pangan-an Island Cebu by Dr Chuchi Quijano, classmate of Dr. Livia Capuy and tireless coordinator of the PAMAG CIM Class 1976 efforts (Jan.14,2022). Thank you to all volunteers and PAMAG Members for supporting the Typhoon Odette Disaster Relief Efforts.

January 29, 2022 at 1:44 am Leave a comment

PAMAG & CIM Class 76 Disaster Relief Distribution in Minglanilla

PAMAG with CIM Class 76 alumni Dr.Belinda Panares (center in pink blouse) and volunteers worked with the Rogationist seminary in Minglanilla Cebu to distribute rice to 200 individuals!

January 28, 2022 at 10:13 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG Disaster Relief Distribution in PASIL

San Nicholas, Pasil has been identified as an area which needs more help in spite  of aid from Caritas and the  UP PGH group. The devastation in Pasil is widespread and most people are fishermen. According to Dr. Paul Beltran a lot of residents live in squatter areas. PAMAG with the help of Editha Estorba Maloloy-on and local volunteers did disaster relief goods distribution to local residents in the area.

January 24, 2022 at 9:52 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG and CIM Class 1975 Disaster Relief Outreach in Argao

Dr Eduardo Lee and Dr Polly Libre of CIM Class 75, Dr Monette Cabral of Philippine Medical Women’s Association Ms. Liza Gaputan, Ms Glovic Romero distributed the donations in Highway Foodpark, Sitio Looc with the help of 7 young volunteers from Sitio Looc headed by Roy Comaling.

One hundred twenty families of Sitio Looc, Argao were given 1 trapal lona and 5 kg bag of rice each last January 16, 2022. Sitio Looc is a coastal area in Argao.

January 21, 2022 at 10:50 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG, CIM Class 75 and the Catholic Bishop of Tagbilaran, Bohol

PAMAG’s own Dr. Marilyn Beltran and CIM Class 75 alumni with Dr Wennie Arsua Arcay in Bohol in cooperation with Archdiocese of Bohol and local medical Society conducted a successful disaster relief effort in Bohol distributing water, rice, other food products to those affected by Typhoon Odette.

Dr. Arsua Arcay said. ” I am more thankful that PAMAG through you came into the lives of the Boholanos not only during calamities but in other ways. I am hoping though that you can come and visit us esp Bishop Abet . He is an amazing person and down to earth in helping people’s lives not only during calamities. More to know about him and his advocates when you will have the chance to see him . Thank you PAMAG thru Drs. Marilyn nd Paul and esp. Dr.Romy. And of course to the CIM Class 75and 76. More power to you. GOD BLESS.”

January 21, 2022 at 10:47 pm Leave a comment

Red Cross and PAMAG Disaster Relief in Coastal Cebu

Dr. Marilyn and Paul Beltran of PAMAG Smile/Train in collaboration with Red Cross thru Dr. Alan Kintanar and Arlene Kintanar Bellarmino in Cebu to provide much needed help in the hard hit areas of Coastal Cebu. Two hundred families have been provided 5 kilo packs of rice, bread and water.

January 19, 2022 at 12:39 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG, King Foundation & Velez College of Nursing Class 75 Outreach in Bgy Cambang-Og and Bgy Malubog

The relief efforts of PAMAG in partnership with the King Foundation and Velez College of Nursing Class 75 headed by Imma KIng continued in Bgy Cambang-Og and Bgy Malubog. They were assisted by PAMAG volunteers and the officers of Toledo City Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) as well as the Bgy Malubog Department of Education.  The group distributed bath towels, blankets, soap, mosquito nets, sleeping mats, and slippers to the people who had walked a long way to get these relief goods, some coming from as far as two hours away. The people were very grateful to the group for making the effort to get these much needed goods.

The relief efforts of PAMAG in partnership with the King Foundation and Velez College of Nursing Class 75 headed by Imma KIng continued in Bgy Cambang-Og and Bgy Malubog. They were assisted by PAMAG volunteers and the officers of Toledo City Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) as well as the Bgy Malubog Department of Education.  The group distributed bath towels, blankets, soap, mosquito nets, sleeping mats, and slippers to the people who had walked a long way to get these relief goods, some coming from as far as two hours away. The people were very grateful to the group for making the effort to get these much needed goods.

January 19, 2022 at 12:32 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG and Cebu Institute of Medicine Class 75 Alumni Disaster Relief in Guihulngan, Negros Oriental

Dr. Zenas Pasigna of CIM Class 75 and PAMAG/Smile Train stalwarts, Dr. Paul and Marilyn Beltran spearheaded this disaster relief project in Guihulngan, Negros Oriental.

Dr. Pasigna and volunteers distributed relief goods of rice, dried fish, canned goods and pail (timba) or palanggana to those affected by Typhoon Odette. Some of the recipients came from far away barrios, crossing rivers barefooted to get much needed relief goods.  

In another distribution center in Guihulngan, since it is also the celebration of the Feast of the Sto. Nino (Feast of the Child Jesus), some children received new rubber slippers and their parents got 5 lb sacks of rice. They were also given boxed lunches as part of the Sto. Nino celebration. The boxes lunches were sponsored by the family of Dr. Pasigna while the rubber slippers and rice packs were supported by PAMAG /Smile Train funds.

January 16, 2022 at 10:54 pm Leave a comment

PAMAG GNC/GAFI Scholar White Coat Ceremony

Christine Pascual, studying BS Pharmacy at the University of the Assumption is one of our PAMAG/GNC GAFI scholars. She is now in the 2nd semester of SY. 2021-2022 and will be a 4th-year regular student in the next school year( by August, hoping for a face-to-face internship). She is scheduled to graduate in SY 2023. She recently had her White Coat Ceremony to mark the final stretch of her pharmacy studies.

January 15, 2022 at 9:57 pm Leave a comment

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