Operation Tuli benefits 14 boys

THE Oasis of Love–Cebu community conducted its annual Operation Tuli project in the Cebu Catholic Television Network compound from 9 a.m. until noon last May 14.

A total of 14 boys, aged six to 16, availed themselves of the free surgical operation.

Volunteers from the Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center, Family Medicine, Matias H. Aznar Memorial, University of Cebu Medical Center and the Department of Education circumcised the boys.

The volunteers were Joseph Ian Reyes, Sheila Mane Caracol, Benjawan Muanprom, Jessa Elaine Fronda, Dexter Mopon, Ken Daren Reoma, Glyla Galban, Vince Araneta, Butch Mercado, Dr. Jason Harold Yu and Dr. Coco Flores Camacho.

Medical supplies used in the outreach project were donated by Destiny Medical Fund Inc. through the efforts of its president Gil Ramas.

The Jesu Christie Charismatic Community donated the medicines.

The annual outreach project was organized and supervised by doctors Jean Dy of UCMed and Nap Camacho, both elders of the Oasis of Love–Cebu.

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