Tanglaw Natin Ang Talikud: Unity In Service For A Thriving Future

Aljon Lagdamen Pasuhil
Aljon Lagdamen Pasuhil
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Junior Chamber International Davao Inc together with our co-host JCI Malagos Davao launched Tanglaw Natin Ang Talikud Medical Mission And Serbisyo Caravan last March 24, 2024.

The community service provided a holistic medical approach for the residents of Talicud Island, Island Garden City of Samal offering medical consultations with our volunteer doctors and medical professionals, Dr. Mary Lenin Talisic, Dr. Marocel Celeste Montillano, Dr. Cherry Jean Quines, Dr. Sonia Felisa So, and Dr. Jola Salise. Standing up for the call to be the backbone of this medical mission.

Our Valuable Partners

In partnership with Family Planning Organization of the Philippines, we provided ultrasound for pregnant women, family planning, and HIV Testing and Contraceptives distribution. Ateneo De Davao University- University Community Engagement and Advocacy Council joined the community development event wherein they provided free legal assistance for the residents with concerns and given out school supplies for the children of Talicud.

National and local assistance came from entities like Naval Forces Eastern Mindanao, Philippine National Police-Maritime Group, Department of Health Davao Region, Department of Education, the Office of Senator Bong Go and the Office of Renz Lacorte, which made the event possible.

President’s Message

“JCI Davao is dedicated to providing timely and effective assistance to those in need, guided by a commitment to community betterment and empowerment. Our mission is to create sustainable impact through strategic partnerships and initiatives, focusing on uplifting underprivileged communities and fostering a culture of compassion and social responsibility.”, says Carlo Franco Santos, JCI Davao Inc. LO President.

It was an avenue to raise awareness and provide assistance to the community that lacks access for these basic necessities. It was a successful event which was attended by a total of 454 registered participants.

“Tanglaw Natin Ang Talikud Medical Mission and Serbisyo Caravan” stands as a testament to what can be achieved when communities and organizations come together. In the spirit of service and cooperation, not only brought immediate medical relief but also fostered a sense of solidarity and community resilience that will have lasting effects on Talicud Island and its residents.

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