Sasmuan folk help demolition victims
SASMUAN— Residents of this town have been contributing money and other resources to help almost 100 residents who were affected by the demolition in Barangay San Antonio.
The affected residents have found temporary shelter in a site of the town’s old materials recovery facility.
This was according to Mayor Nardo Velasco who said on Monday that the affected residents were allowed to temporary make shelter in the old materials recovery facility with the help of fr i ends.
Those affected were reportedly displaced by the demolition of 16 houses in Barangay San Ant oni o.
It was stated in Memorandum Circular No. 001 series of 2018, that the BHW pedicab beneficiaries are enjoined to follow guidelines such as only registered and accredited BHWs can use the pedicab; pedicabs shall only be used by BHWs in performing their official duties and responsibilities (house to house visits, referrals) and during health related activities in the barangay.
Local government units’BHWs are responsible for the maintenance of the pedicabs and these should be parked at the health facility where the BHWs are reporting.
Furthermore, Fe Ocampo, PHO midwife IV, said the vehicles will be used in monitoring dengue cases, facilitate in looking for sick barangay folks, weighing of children and adults, vaccination of children, distribution of vitamins and other related medical purposes for the benefit of kabalens.
Meanwhile, Adoracion Dabu, a BHW from Rural Health Unit III in Guagua thanked Governor Pineda, for the provision of pedicabs because according to her, they can now easily persuade sick kabalens to go to the rural health unit for checkups.
— Aida B. Bungue/ Pampanga PIO