Donation deed for equipment referred to rules committee

THE deed of donation to be signed by the City Government and a non-government organization for the equipment to be used to screen babies with hearing loss was referred last week to the committee on rules, privileges, laws and ordinances of the Davao City Council.

This deed of donation, if passed on the second and third reading, will pave way for the city to have one unit of BGSI 70 (Grason-Stadlen) and a charging and printing machine GSI-70 to be used to screen babies with hearing loss at a very young age (0-3 months) using Otoacoustic Testing.

Named donor is the Quota International of Davao City and Metro Davao, a non-government organization with office located at Brokenshire Hospital
Integrated Health Ministry Inc.

Quota International regional director Dr. Marilyn Navales, MD, and colleagues from the same group attended the weekly flag ceremony at city hall grounds last November 20, and ceremonially turned over the machine.

Navales said the machine is worth P350,000.

She added they hope their donation will be placed in a government facility so that newborns from outside the city center, especially those from far-flung barangays, can avail themselves of the service.
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