No. 67 of 100 Happy Days

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

I already told you about the Domingo Bautista School. But what I didn't tell you was that, it was located in a small area called Tubalan Cove. Water is clear and calm. It is a protected area because of the corals and the school of fish here. While riding the boat, we could see the corals. We spent a bit of the afternoon swimming. We would definitely go back to this place.

Corals can be seen even in our boat.

A little selfie can do no harm.

A few of my co-workers.

our ride

No. 66 of 100 Happy Days

Monday, July 28, 2014

This month we celebrate Nutrition. When teachers and barangay officials come to our office to ask for food stuff to celebrate nutrition month, we are glad to offer little assistance that we could. This was our journey going to Domingo Bautista School.

as you can see, sea level was low.

It was low tide so we had to walk to get to our boat. Thank you Hon. Bradly Bautista for the ride.

picture muna bago bababa ng boat. hehehe

The school was in one of these islands.

Domingo Bautista School

Pre-school Area

One of their garden area. They planted all sorts of fruits and vegetables.

Elementary Department

More of their vegetable garden.

I think this is Ampalaya plant. Instead of throwing those plastic bags, they used it to plant their vegetables.

Lunch time.
I think it was almost lunch time when we left. We hope our little assistance would go a long way.

No. 65 of 100 Happy Days

Saturday, July 26, 2014

When great minds meet, great things can happen. 

Dr. Abdullah Dumama, Regional Director of DOH - RHO Region XI giving his message.

Governor Claude P. Bautista of Davao del Sur giving his commitment for the Interlocal Health Zone. 

Mayor John Johnson of Don Marcelino 

Mayor Rudy Mariscal of Santa Maria

Seated on the right is our OIC-Mayor, our Vice Mayor Bradly L. Bautista. 

Seated on the right is our SP on Health, Hon. Jayson Joyce

Member of the SAMMADOM Interlocal Health Zone

No. 64 of 100 Happy Days

Sunday, July 20, 2014

She saw the fruit and asked what it was. I said, "Marang." Then she said, "ito man yong cha cha namin ni Amay (referring to my mama)." And I said, "yes it is." And she ate it. 

It's the fruit that they both ate together. Mama taught her how to take the seed out. We miss you ma. Wish you were here. 

No. 63 of 100 Happy Days

Friday, July 18, 2014

The Rural Health of Malita conducted a two-day seminar entitles "Orientation and Basic Training on Diabetes and Hypertension Program" in partnership with Handicap International and the Local Government of Malita. Target participants were midwives and barangay health workers. 

This are the initial steps towards establishing a Diabetes and Heart Day every week. This training will cater those at risk of developing the disease and those who are already diagnosed with Diabetes and Hypertension.

Thank you to our partners: Handicap International and the Barangay Local Government Units. 

No. 62 of 100 Happy Days

It's Disaster Consciousness Month and so the Local Government of Malita held an earthquake drill wherein most of the employees participated. It has been announced that we have a new normal - earthquakes, storm, flood and all other disasters, hence we must be prepared for it. 

Kudos to MDRRMC for a job well done.

No. 61 of 100 Happy Days

New toys for a sad little boy...

No. 60 of 100 Happy Days

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Helping out. Don't grow up too fast nak.