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Pakil-Tingog help desk to improve access to medical assistance

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The Tingog party-list and Laguna’s Pakil government have reached a collaboration agreement to establish a Tingog help desk to improve people’s access to medical assistance and other social services.

Rioneil Morquinos, Tingog political affairs officer III, said the party-list, led by Rep. Yedda Marie Romualdez, along with Jude Avorque Acidre and actress-television host Karla Estrada would remain relentless in the implementation of a more efficient and effective services and programs to the people.

VACCINES. Members and officers of the Tingog Party-list pose with local government officials after a meeting regarding the party-list group’s commitment to administer 500 free pneumococcal polyvalent vaccines (PPV) next month in Brgy. San Lucas.
VACCINES. Members and officers of the Tingog Party-list pose with local government officials after a meeting regarding the party-list group’s commitment to administer 500 free pneumococcal polyvalent vaccines (PPV) next month in Brgy. San Lucas.

Romualdez is the chairperson of the House Committee on the Welfare of Children in Congress.

“The Tingog party-list, led by Romualdez, Sir Jude and Ma’am Karla, will always be at the forefront of delivering various compassionate social services to the people, especially the most vulnerable individuals and families. Tingog will make these services conveniently available to them,” Morquinos said.

He met with Pakil Mayor Vince for the establishment of a Tingog help desk.

Estrada, mother of actor Daniel Padilla, and Acidre, the chief of staff of Romualdez and national president of Junior Chamber International Philippines, are both nominees of the party-list.

HELP DESK. Tingog officer John Paul R. Sanchez (left), Pakil, Laguna Mayor Vincent L. Soriano (2nd from left), Tingog political affairs officer III Rioneil R. Morquianos (2nd from right) and Sangguniang Kabataan Laguna Federation president Carville Auditor (right) pose for posterity after agreeing to establish the Tingog Help Desk in Pakil town.  Pakil Municipal Councilor Jeffrey Cotoner
HELP DESK. Tingog officer John Paul R. Sanchez (left), Pakil, Laguna Mayor Vincent L. Soriano (2nd from left), Tingog political affairs officer III Rioneil R. Morquianos (2nd from right) and Sangguniang Kabataan Laguna Federation president Carville Auditor (right) pose for posterity after agreeing to establish the Tingog Help Desk in Pakil town.  Pakil Municipal Councilor Jeffrey Cotoner

The Tingog party-list recognized Soriano’s leadership in widening the access and implementation of the group’s assistance, programs, and social services, such as medical assistance for indigent patients, assistance to individuals in crisis situations, burial, transportation, financial, and livelihood assistance to the residents.

The party-list met with the officials of Barangay San Lucas 1 in San Pablo City, Laguna to administer the free pneumococcal polyvalent vaccines to 500 beneficiaries next month as part of Tingog’s wellness program to fight pneumococcal infection, including pneumonia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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