BAGUIO

Sungduan: RCMB helps Cagayan

Stand Up for Life

THE Rotary Club of Metro Baguio (RCMB) continues to provide help to families in Cagayan Valley severely affected by the massive flooding caused by Typhoon Ulysses.

Rotarian Dr. Christopher Ian Cabalza, who has been leading the relief efforts in the province, said the affected communities need food, water, hygiene kits and other basic relief items, which they immediately provided.

During the first and second wave of relief distributions, they personally distributed rice with viand and relief packs containing bottled mineral water, cup noodles (beef, chicken, seafood), tabo, shampoo, soap, brush, toothpaste, face towel, earbuds, alcohol and facemasks to Barangays Linao East and West, Tagga, San Gabriel and Centro in Tuguegarao.

RCMB President Jerry Chan said at least 200 families benefitted from the relief efforts and they intend to reach out to more distressed residents.

On Wednesday, Cabalza and the team proceeded to two more towns of the province for the third wave of relief distribution wherein another 200 families will be given relief assistance.

The project is made possible with RCMB’s partnership with Dr. Cabalza Medical-Surgical Clinic in Tuguegarao, Dr. Marc Jun Lanuza and Tina E. Lonergan of Golubin Common in Fremont, California, USA, including St. Tonis College Inc. Batch 2015, Dr. Gwen Agyao Gabit and family, Blue Water Refilling Station and Christine Siwao and family.

May all residents in need in Cagayan be given the necessary timely assistance.

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