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PAMAG Dental Mission in Dagupan City

PAMAG hosted a successful dental mission in celebration of the National Dental Health Month at Mamalingling Elementary School, Dagupan City last March 3, 2023.  The event was organized by dentistry students from the Lyceum-Northwestern University with the help of Dean Evangeline Padlan and facilitated by Dr. Hazel Alipio and Dr. Sheryl Cruz, in partnership with Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan.

During the mission, 200 Mamalingling Elementary school pupils from kinder to grade 2 were taught proper brushing techniques and oral hygiene.  The LNU dentistry students emphasized the significance of early oral hygiene habits and their impact on overall health.

PAMAG supported the LNU dentistry students in their community outreach as part of their curriculum by providing dental and hygiene kits for the beneficiaries of the school. PAMAG sponsored the dental hygiene kits in honor of its past president Dr. Vic Bautista.  Rotary’s PP Nathaniel Alipio sponsored the meals of the pupils and PP Mae Tañedo supplied the photo/video documentation of the event for media promotion.

PAMAG, Rotary and L-NU endeavor to maintain the health and well-being of the youth and their beautiful smiles.

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March 7, 2023 at 9:17 pm Leave a comment

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July 28, 2022 at 3:20 am

Cardinal Rosales Memorial Hospital Rebuilding After Typhoon Odette

July 18, 2022 at 5:19 am Leave a comment

PAMAG Donation of Books and Used Clothes to Kal-Anan Elementary School

Ms. Rowena Dungog, Principal of Kal-Anan Elementary School in Tabogon, Cebu received the donation of children’s books and used clothes for the school as part of PAMAG’s Books for the Barrios program. This was made possible by the generosity of Dr. Arlene Dijamco and family and Atlas Balikbayan Shipping. 

Kal-Anan Elementary school was one of the original recipients of a school building with two classrooms after the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda in 2013. After that, PAMAG had continued their support with books, school supplies, used clothing through PAMAG’s Books for the Barrios Program. With the Covid pandemic forcing schools into remote lessons, PAMAG continued their support of the school with more school supplies and printers for the school. Hopefully, with the continued support of PAMAG, the school children will enjoy learning by reading and the teachers will also benefit from our donations.

July 12, 2022 at 8:50 pm Leave a comment


The Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan and PAMAG brought compassion to the scavengers in Bonuan Gueset.  They are referred as “manga-ngalakal” in Filipino vernacular. They collect discarded plastics, bottles, papers, and metals and sell these recyclable materials. Bonuan Gueset is located in the coastal area of Dagupan City. These low-income families are vital to the collection of said recyclable materials in the coastal area and it is their primary source of income. Previous projects awarded five “manga-ngalakal” tri-bikes donated by the club through the Rotary District grant as a livelihood enabler to help them become more effective at collecting recyclable materials which translates to a DIRECT POSITIVE IMPACT AT CONSERVING THE ENVIRONMENT

In addition, PAMAG in memory of its Past President Dr. Victor Bautista, and RC Uptown Dagupan distributed 20 grocery packs to these families last June 29, 2022.  The grocery packs contained rice, noodles, milk, loaf of bread with spread, canned goods, coffee biscuits, and multivitamins for children. We hope that these food packs bring some immediate relief to their families and that future projects can help improve their livelihood. 

July 6, 2022 at 4:37 am Leave a comment


The Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan and PAMAG undertook a special project in response to a plea from Ms. Rosita Fernandez, the coordinator of Nantangalan Special Education Center, an elementary public school for special children in Pozorrubio, Pangasinan.  She was very concerned because these pupils often come to school hungry, pale and weak.  These pupils are non-verbal and have mental, intellectual or developmental disabilities.  Thirty-eight pupils attend the class while two special cases are home-based and visited by a teacher.  

In response to the request for assistance to meet the students basic needs, PAMAG and the Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan distributed 40 packs with 2kilos of Rice, Milk packs, Noodles, Canned-goods, loaf bread and cheese spread and multivitamins.  The club members also provided some entertainment and snacks, as well as further assessment of their condition to plan the next nutrition program in the coming months. 

 We believe that people with disabilities need health care and health programs for the same reasons anyone else does-to stay well, active, and a part of the community. 

As one of their teachers said, ”They need our understanding, not our pity. They need to feel like they are part of our community.”


June 21, 2022 at 3:29 am Leave a comment


“THE YOUTH IS THE HOPE OF THE MOTHERLAND”, said our Philippine national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. This means that the youth have the power to shape our nation’s future. We consider the youth as our nation’s hope for transformation, and that they are going to take the leap. That is why, on the last day of this school year, the Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan 2000 and the Philippine American Association of Georgia (PAMAG) conducted empowerment and feeding activities for the youth’s potential as servant leaders of tomorrow. The RCUD2000 members gave brief insights on Rotary and PAMAG, and introduced to them our organizations being at the forefront of creating lasting change across the globe and in our communities.May this youth service activity INSPIRE them to join such youth organizations in the future, to maximize productivity and mold them to become servant leaders of our nation.

We celebrate the PHILIPPINES INDEPENDENCE DAY (June 12) today and the heroic deeds of our past leaders in shaping our nation and look towards the future leaders of our nation as well.

The beneficiaries are 3 classrooms of 48 kinder pupils of the Canaoalan Elementary School, Binmaley, Pangasinan. The principal also received a gallon of alcohol, doxycycline for this rainy season which causes flood-borne diseases.

June 12, 2022 at 6:30 am Leave a comment


PAMAG and Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan has chosen Salvador Tambogon, a 61 year old ambulant popsicle vendor as its latest recipient of its “Pangkabuhayan Tribike”. Day-by-day with a heavy load full of ice buko popsicles, he carried the weight of his styrofoam carrier, the source of livelihood on his back. However, walking on his regular route, he barely sells enough to get by on the short distances he can cover on foot. Today, PAMAG and Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan stepped in to make a lasting difference by choosing him as another recipient of its “Pangkabuhayan Tribike” livelihood project. He has no family and resides in Manaoag, Pangasinan. He is grateful to PAMAG and RCUD for the tribike that will make each day easier and his life better. 

May 12, 2022 at 3:54 am Leave a comment

PAMAG and Couples for Christ Iloilo: Typhoon Agaton Disaster Relief Response 

Couples for Christ, Iloilo with the support of the Philippine Medical Association of Georgia (PAMAG) responded to the recent typhoon Agaton calamity affecting northern part of Iloilo province including Concepcion and neighboring towns by distributing relief goods.

CFC Iloilo is sincerely grateful for the quick and loving response of PAMAG in helping the countless victims of typhoon Agaton.  CFC members repacked the goods to be distributed to the affected areas in Iloilo Upper North (Concepcion and neighboring towns). Many more areas will be helped to include those houses that will need repairs.

May 5, 2022 at 1:18 am Leave a comment


To make a difference in a sustainable way, PAMAG and Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan chose Cristelita Calansanan as a recipient of its “Pangkabuhayan Tribike” project. She is a food vendor and is amongst the poorest of the poor.  She is a mother of 8 children married to a construction worker residing in Sitio Ambalanga, Bonuan Gueset, Dagupan City. 

Their family of 10 live in a shanty with only one enclosed/non-ventilated sleeping room.  For her family, survival depends on how hard they strive day-by-day. She does what she can to supplement her husband’s earnings by selling food, washing clothes and occasionally working as a domestic helper. But with so many children to support they can’t send them all to school so some of the kids have dropped out of school. They also have to skip meals even as she sells food to others. And not having the means to transport goods to sell limits her ability to sell and earn more every day. 

With this gift from Rotary Club of Uptown Dagupan and PAMAG, she hopes to earn more for her family and lift them from poverty. Everyone in her family is excited at the new possibilities this tribike presents them. 

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May 4, 2022 at 4:41 am Leave a comment

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