Residents being screened and registered by Barangay Health workers during Apo Agua’s Medical & Dental Outreach Program in Barangay Gumalang, Baguio District.
Apo Agua Infrastructura, Inc. recently finished its long-standing dedication to ensuring the health and wellness of its five partner communities through its yearly medical outreach initiatives. In collaboration with the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) Region XI and the Davao City Health Office (CHO), five separate medical activities—including legal counseling—were offered.
The Medical Outreach, which started last June 2022, has provided care for more than 1,500 residents of barangays, Gumalang, Tawantawan, Tambobong, Tamugan, and Wines. Apo Agua is proud to serve the indigenous peoples communities in Tambobong and Tamugan to augment their accessibility to primary health care. The initiative focused on one-on-one medical consultations, basic dental care, free prescribed medicines, and NCIP’s free legal services.
City Health Office Dental Team conducting basic dental extraction on one of the residents from Barangay Tawantawan, Baguio District.
“We consider this program to be a great opportunity to give back to our communities and make sure their health and wellness are assessed because improving their lives is one of our missions. This not only strengthens our links to the local community but also fosters a spirit of cooperation with all of our important stakeholders, according to Anna Lu, president of Apo Agua.
Apo Agua is eager to continue serving the needs of its communities for years to come by delivering tailored and comprehensive programs thanks to strong collaborations with various government sectors and close collaboration with stakeholders.