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Hygiene Products Distribution in Usting

On March 20, 2018, RIMM members accompanied friends of PP Don Shields of Rotary Club of Geelong Central District 9780 Australia namely Kathie and Anthony to distribute hygiene products that they brought with them from Australia at Usting, Luksuhin in Alfonso, Indigent women and their children were pleased to receive the hygiene products. In the meantime, Since family planning is the flagship...
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Updates on Indigent Settlers

RIMM has continued to provide financial assistance to the indigent settlers originally from Samar Island who were evicted from Gulad, Mangas II and recently relocated to Usting, Luksuhin Ibaba, Alfonso, Cavite, to help constructing their simple housings which mostly consist of plywood, bamboo and tarpaulin (plastic sheet). Their request of C.R. (comfort room) is now fulfilled. Two toilet rooms w...
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Evicted Indigents Settled in Barangay Luksuhin

Captain Cynthia of barangay Luksuhin Ibaba accepted the indigent informal setters who were evicted from barangay Mangas and in corporation with the landowner discussed to settle the rules/regulations witnessed by Rotary members. - Assign a leader to manage garbage disposal, peace & order, prohibition of liquor & drugs, etc. - Luksuhin Health Center gives free medical check-ups & me...
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Birth Certificate Project

Many of the new residents of Gulud, barangay Mangas squatter village, consisting presently of about 47 families, migrated from Western Samar to Manila and also Bacoor about 10 years ago. Children born during these wanderings, along with some of the adults, largely have no birth certificates, which are usually required to apply for Philhealth (national health insurance). Multinational Manila membe...
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Injectable Contraceptives at A Resettlement Site

May 16, 2014 Rotary Club of Multinational Manila (RIMM) has supported distribution of three month injectable contraceptives for needy women whenever such requests are made.  These are the same injectables occasionally stocked by local health centers if government funds are available and purchased by women that can afford them as service costs are added. Only daily contraceptive pills are provid...
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Ligation April 29, 2014

On April 29th the first ligation service sponsored by Multinational Manila in cooperation with local health centers was conducted for indigent women that had already given birth to between 4-7 children and desired to end their child bearing days. The minor procedure was performed free of charge by Friendly Care, an NGO in family planning service that is backed by dedicated doctors and nurses. Mult...
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Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) Survivor Support Projects and Typhoon History

The City of Alfonso had collected and had also saved cash donations for the Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) survivors and also had leftover presents from its annual Christmas party. Officials from the City as well as DSWD (Department of Social Welfare Development) therefore planned a trip to Samar and Leyte to interview typhoon survivors as to their needs and distribute much needed cash to the most needy...
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