747 Ka-Pasyente Nakapahimulos sa Medical Mission sa Padada, Davao del Sur

Davao del Sur/PIO—Di mominus sa 747 ka pasyente ang nakapahimulos sa libreng serbisyong panglawas pinaagi sa Medical Mission nga gipahigayon didto sa Barangay Quirino District, Padada, Davao del Sur. Mismong si Gov. Dodo Cagas uban kang kanhi Kongresista ug Provincial Administrator Marc Cagas ang mitambong sa nasangpit nga kalihokan aron personal nga mapahimangnoan ang katawhan sa kamahinungdanon sa pag amping sa panglawas. Mitambong usab si Quirino District Brgy Captain ug ABC President Rolly Guyot ug si Harada Butai Brgy Captain Apolonio Toledo sa naasoy nga kalihokan.

Di matukib ang kalipay nga gibati sa katawhan sa Quirino District ug kasikbit nga mga barangay tungod sa mga libreng serbisyong panglawas nga ilang natagamtaman sama sa tuli, opera sa cyst, ibot-ngipon, check-up sa mata, check-up sa mga bata ug hamtung, libreng tambal ug antiyohos, ug uban pa. Napahimuslan usab sa mga lomolopyo sa naasoy nga dapit ang libreng bakuna ug bitamina sa kahayopan nga gitunol sa Provincial Veterinary Office. Samtang libreng serbisyong legal usab ang naangkon sa katawhan pinaagi sa buhatan ni Atty. Gladys Razonable Gascon ug Atty. Anna Margarita Razonable. Libreng alot usab ang gidalit ni Padada Vice Mayor Frashale Guerrero.

(Provincial Information Office/Sherwin M. Cesar; Photo courtesy of Piper Corpin and Dondon Rodilla)


ENGLISH TRANSLATION:

Medical Mission Held at Padada, Davao del Sur

Davao del Sur/PIO—At least 747 people of Barangay Quirino District, Padada, Davao del Sur availed health and social services from Medical Mission offered by the provincial government last November 14, 2018. Governor Douglas “Dodo” Cagas and former Congressman and Provincial Administrator Marc Cagas led the activity to personally meet the patients and remind them on how essential their health is. Quirino District Barangay Captain and ABC President Rolly Guyot, and Harada Butai Barangay Captain Apolonio Toledo were also present.

Among the free services given were circumcision, cyst operation, tooth extraction, eye check-up, free medicines, eyeglasses, and medical check-up for children and elders, etc. There were also free vaccine and vitamins for animals from the Provincial Veterinary Office through Veterinary Mission. Legal services were also offered by Atty. Gladys Razonable Gascon and Atty. Anna Margarita Razonable. The free haircut was also available as initiated by Padada Vice Mayor Frashale Guerrero.

Julie Datulayta, 29, from Quirino District thanked the provincial government as she availed free vaccine for her pet dog. Also a scholar, she thanked Governor Cagas for his relentless support to the people of Davao del Sur.

(Provincial Information Office/Sherwin M. Cesar; Photo courtesy of Piper Corpin and Dondon Rodilla; Translated by: Marylie Noran)

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