A big boost to so­cioe­co­nomic de­vel­op­ment

The Philippine Star - - OPINION - – MARIA CHRISTINA LIM,

I just want to ex­press my grate­ful­ness and ex­cite­ment that our newly crowned Miss Uni­verse 2018 Ca­tri­ona Gray want to en­list as a re­servist in the Army. As a li­censed pe­di­atric doc­tor and a proud mem­ber of the AFP’s Re­servist Force, I be­lieve that Miss Uni­verse Ca­tri­ona Gray’s ad­vo­cacy is a big help to our mis­sion par­tic­u­larly in so­cioe­co­nomic de­vel­op­ment and in help­ing in op­er­a­tion and main­te­nance of es­sen­tial gov­ern­ment and pri­vate ser­vices.

Where, like me as a pe­di­atric doc­tor, to­gether with the other men and women of dif­fer­ent pro­fes­sions who de­cided to join the re­servists of the AFP we be­lieve that this is the best way that we can help our fel­low Filipinos who are in­ca­pable of go­ing to hos­pi­tals be­cause of the ab­sence of fi­nan­cial ca­pa­bil­ity.

The re­serve force of the AFP is look­ing for­ward to this pos­si­bil­ity of Ms Gray join­ing the Army re­servists so hand in hand we can help so­ci­ety and we both could see the smile in the face of chil­dren not only in Tondo, but whole Philip­pines. Thank you. Que­zon City

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