Sunday, July 21, 2019

Quota ties up with Japanese group for medical mission

JAPANESE socio-civic organization Mirai Ni Kibou Foundation hosted a medical mission and supplemental feeding program for hundreds of residents of Masantol’s coastal villages.

Quota International (QI) Pampanga president Vilma Dungo said the event is part of their group’s cooperation agreement with the Japanese organizations. The Mirai ni Kibou is leading a series of social service missions in Pampanga with the help of other non-government organizations.

The Mirai Ni Kibou Foundation is a Japanese socio-civic organization in the Philippines aimed at providing needed social services to indigents in the country.

Dungo said that QI Pampanga and Mirai Ni Kibou were able to cater to dozens of children and adults who received free check-ups and medicines.

Japanese delegates and other local non-government organizations volunteered their time for the said event.

QI Pampanga has partnered in similar events in Pampanga in the past years like the supplemental feeding program at the Tarik Sulaiman Elementary and High School and mangrove reforestation program in Masantol.

Meanwhile, QI Pampanga is active in programs for disadvantaged children, bringing donations for the SPED class, among others.

Quotarians are known especially for their service to the deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired individuals and poor women and children. Quota members share the values of serving and encouraging others, developing friendships, and promoting international understanding.


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