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Helping Indigent

Sharing Everyone’s Limited Resources with Love during the Pandemic

Having given up on life and crouching along the sidewalk, ready to die after being denied admittance to hospitals (See Jan 12, 2015 and Feb 12, 2015 posts), the undernourished boy was asked “Do you really want to die?” He whispered “No.” And so Club members immediately sprang into action to save his life with high energy food such as Ensure, and assistance to his mother to nurse him back to life ...
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Continued Assistance for Students in Camp Hope

On October 6, 2020, our club (Rotary International Multinational Manila: RIMM) assisted 4 of the scholars from Camp Hope for much needed school supplies such as notepads, colored pens, glue, bond paper, marker, folders, etc. Two of them are in senior high school while the other two are in college. One in Grade 12 said that she was worried since she did not have any school supplies at all since he...
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Support for Sexually Abused Children

On October 8, 2020, Gina of DSWD (Department of Social Welfare Development), Councilor Carol of LCPC (Local Council for Protection of Children) and our past president Raymund visited Barangay Marahan Uno in Alfonso, Cavite to see 11 year-old girl who is a rape victim of her stepfather. She was given a Huwei Matepad tablet by DSWD Alfonso out of RIMM's monthly assistance fund for the family since ...
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Aetas in Olongapo – Support for New Distance Learning

Since September 25, 2020 on, our club Rotarian Imelda who lead Aeta support project in Olongapo had assisted in providing sanitary items for the pandemic measure instructed by the department of education of the Philippines prior to school class reopening on October 5, 2020. Rotarian Imelda worked together with Aeta village community elementary school in Subic Bay, Zambales. The donated items by...
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Distribution of Samsung Tablets

By August 1, the 2020/21 RIMM Scholarship list which RIMM was working on for several months had been expanded to 9 applicants for College Scholarships and 21 applicants for Snr. High School Scholarships as more specific feedback had been received continuously from indigent camps and the relocated AETA village in San Luis. This final list was also forwarded to Rotary District Governor Liza as she ...
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Continued Support for AETA village at San Luis, Batangas

While 37 families of the 70 families living in San Luis had already relocated to the newly established mountain village, they were hoping to survive despite being cut off from the ocean resources, their previous home. However, limited employment under the enforced Covid-19 quarantine made it very rough despite government food rations. When it was announced that a Modified Enhanced Community Quara...
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The Aeta Village Project in Batangas

In late January 2020, RIMM was informed about a 64 family AETA tribe relocating from the beach because the present resort owners apparently were reluctant to continue their presence there and also because of tsunami concerns pertaining to earthquakes related to the January 10 Taal Volcano eruption.The AETA tribe had finalized the purchase of a small and steep hillside plot subdivided into 61 lots...
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Distributing Donations during COVID-19

On May 6, 2020 District 3810 governor's office delivered the following: 1 unit of agricultural sprayer & liquid bleach  24 packs of sandwich loaf bread 80 boxes of calcium supplement (100 tablets/box) 300 sachet of "Ready-to-Use Supplement Soy-Based Food" for moderately malnourished children aged 6 months & older. On May 7, 2020, 300 boxes of Calcium supplement and 150 pa...
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Distribution of Rice and Firewood to Indigent Camps

On March 20, 2020 Pres. Henry and IPP Raymund distributed 12 sacks of rice and firewood to Usting 1 and 2 in Brgy. Luksuhin Ibaba and Camp Hope in Brgy. Sicat, Alfonso, Cavite for the second time. There are over 50 indigenous families in the 3 camps. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, they became unable to go out and sell taho (tofu with brown sugar syrup) or balut (boiled duck egg) which brings their ...
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Aetas Relief Operation

March 11, 2020 Volcano Eruption Primary Relief Operation: Agoncillo with additional support for relocated AETA village in San Luis, Batangas. This mission was a cooperative effort between DSWD which identified the needs of the people to be served, the Alfonso Mayor's efforts which authorized the release of emergency supplies and RIMM (Rotary International Multinational Manila) which paid P8,0...
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