VP Robredo turns over Boys Dormitory project in Sumilao

VP Robredo turns over Boys Dormitory project in Sumilao

Governor Jose Ma. R. Zubiri Jr. (2nd from Left) together with provincial administrator Atty. Jay S. Albarece (1st from Left) and chief of the hospital Dr. Sulpicio Henry M. Legaspi Jr. (3rd from Left) personally turn over the Symbolic Key to the volunteer doctors Dr. Glenn Batilller, Dr. Susan Conception-Echiverri from the state of Illinois and Dr. Anita Jongco from the state of New York for the Medical-Dental-Surgical Mission. The said mission is jointly conducted by The University of the Philippines Medical Alumni Society in America (UPMASA), the UP-Manila Ugnayan ng Pahintungod together with the Provincial Government of Bukidnon starts on February 3 up to February 7, 2020, at Kaamulan Folk Arts Theater, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. (Photo by LGU Bukidnon)

MALAYBALAY CITY (Jan. 30) – Vice President Leni Robredo led the turnover ceremony of the Boys Dormitory project inside the school campus of Sumilao National High School in Brgy. Vista Villa, Sumilao town on January 29.

VP Robredo turns over Boys Dormitory project in Sumilao
Governor Jose Ma. R. Zubiri Jr. (2nd from Left) together with provincial administrator Atty. Jay S. Albarece (1st from Left) and chief of the hospital Dr. Sulpicio Henry M. Legaspi Jr. (3rd from Left) personally turn over the Symbolic Key to the volunteer doctors Dr. Glenn Batilller, Dr. Susan Conception-Echiverri from the state of Illinois and Dr. Anita Jongco from the state of New York for the Medical-Dental-Surgical Mission. The said mission is jointly conducted by The University of the Philippines Medical Alumni Society in America (UPMASA), the UP-Manila Ugnayan ng Pahintungod together with the Provincial Government of Bukidnon starts on February 3 up to February 7, 2020, at Kaamulan Folk Arts Theater, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. (Photo by LGU Bukidnon)

Information from the Information Center head of the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) in Bukidnon said the project is worth P2.2 million.

It is donated by ANCOP USA (Answering the Cry of the Poor Foundation USA).
It can accommodate 20 students with two bathrooms, two comfort rooms and a room for a house parent.

The dormitory will ease the students’ difficulties in walking three to four hours just to get to school.

This is the second phase of VP Robredo’s project for the said school with members of the Indigenous Peoples as beneficiary.

Last year, Robredo has turned over the Girls Dormitory to the same school in partnership with the Rotary Club of Makati. (Mel B. Madera)

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