2 July 2016 – After a series of health trainings facilitated by the Negros Island Health Integrated Program (NIHIP), a total of 30 community health workers receive their certificates of completion from the Center for People’s Resources and Services (CPRS) and CDRC in a ceremony held in Hacienda Ylanan, Brgy. Sta. Rosa, town of Murcia in Negros Occidental.
Each hacienda also received a set of medical supplies and equipment to be used by the CHWs for their services to the community.
action medeor and Aktion Deutschland Hilft (ADH) continue to support these typhoon Yolanda-affected communities in Negros through its project Improving Health Care and Disaster Response Capacities in Typhoon-Affected Communities in Negros Occidental, Mindoro Occidental and Iloilo, Philippines.