300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program

  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 1
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 2
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 3
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 4
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 5
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 6
  • 300 Indigenous people children benefited from community outreach program 7

Headquarters 67th Infantry (Agila) Battalion, 10ID, PA, Brgy Salingcomot, Baganga, Davao Oriental – More or less 300 IP students benefited from the community outreach program conducted by the 67th Infantry “Agila” Battalion in partnership with the Finexia Foundation, Inc. held at Tigbawan Elementary School, Brgy Binondo, Baganga, Davao Oriental on Saturday, 06 July 2019

With a joyful heart, the pupils of 3 schools (namely Tigbawan Elementary School, Luyong Elementary School, and Limot Elementary School) received basic school supplies, vitamins, stuffed toys, and hygiene kits. The activity includes Career Awareness Lectures, Games and recreation, and Supplemental feeding to the pupils and their parents.

“We are here to give hope and happiness to the children of far flang barangays in our area of operation. Securing their future is very important for us and seeing smiles on every faces of these children gives us the inspiration to perform our duties well to achieve lasting peace and development.” LTC LOUIE G DEMA-ALA, Commanding Officer, 67IB said on his message.

Collaboration, cooperation, and involvement of various stakeholders with the same goal of reaching to far-flung sitios such as the Finexia Foundation Inc. headed by Ms Robbie Jimenez and other volunteers is the key to the success of the outreach program.