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Trinidad Health Workers Get Free Raincoat Boots
« on: February 28, 2012, 09:35:01 AM »
By: Rey Anthony Chiu

Come hell or high water, out of sheer dedication, most barangay health workers (BHWs) go absurd lengths to deliver much needed government health services to the grassroots, said Trinidad Mayor Roberto Cajes.

At the recently concluded Trinidad Barangay Health Workers Congress, Cajes pointed out that “health workers sometimes go out in the dead of a stormy night, pursue mountainous trails when summoned for much needed health services.”

“This deserves appreciation,” he said.

For that, Trinidad, through its local officials handed in rubber boots and raincoats to each of the towns’ 162 BHWs to help get them to where those needing their services.

This is our small gesture of thanks and appreciation and this could even motivate our grassroots health advocates to work harder to keep the health and welfare of their co-barangay residents at their prime, he said, according to information officer Jojeline Ruiz-Buendia.

At the recent BHW Congress held at the Trinidad Gymnasium last February 21, town BHW coordinator Alicia Balonga said 157 of the town’s 162 attended the gathering to update the health volunteers of the recent developments in the provincial health and nutrition programs.

The BHW Congress adopted the Theme: “Nagkahiusang serbisyong Panglawas alang sa Himsug ug Malipayong Trinidadnon, Buendia said.

These 162 workers all come from the 20 barangays of the town and have been assigned to take care of the health conditions of people in a cluster of houses or puroks, she added.

Congress guest speaker Machiavelia Caliao, BHW provincial Coordinator hailed Trinidad for its gesture and heaped praises upon the town leaders for their clear gesture of unwavering support to the network of barangay pro-health teams.]deliver[/url] much needed government health services to the grassroots, said Trinidad Mayor Roberto Cajes.

At the recently concluded Trinidad Barangay Health Workers Congress, Cajes pointed out that “health workers sometimes go out in the dead of a stormy night, pursue mountainous trails when summoned for much needed health services.”

“This deserves appreciation,” he said.

For that, Trinidad, through its local officials handed in rubber boots and raincoats to each of the towns’ 162 BHWs to help get them to where those needing their services.

This is our small gesture of thanks and appreciation and this could even motivate our grassroots health advocates to work harder to keep the health and welfare of their co-barangay residents at their prime, he said, according to information officer Jojeline Ruiz-Buendia.

At the recent BHW Congress held at the Trinidad Gymnasium last February 21, town BHW coordinator Alicia Balonga said 157 of the town’s 162 attended the gathering to update the health volunteers of the recent developments in the provincial health and nutrition programs.

The BHW Congress adopted the Theme: “Nagkahiusang serbisyong Panglawas alang sa Himsug ug Malipayong Trinidadnon, Buendia said.

These 162 workers all come from the 20 barangays of the town and have been assigned to take care of the health conditions of people in a cluster of houses or puroks, she added.

Congress guest speaker Machiavelia Caliao, BHW provincial Coordinator hailed Trinidad for its gesture and heaped praises upon the town leaders for their clear gesture of unwavering support to the network of barangay pro-health teams.

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