LINGAYEN, Pangasinan – Now on its 3rd season, the ‘I Love Pangasinan Kalusugan Karaban (ILPKK)’ which was launched by the provincial government of Pangasinan under the leadership of Governor Amado I. Espino, III served the barangayfolk of Gayaman in Binmaley on March 8.
Leading the 15th leg of the season, Gov. Espino, urged the young participants to excel in their studies and work on their dreams for a better future in Pangasinan.
“Simpleng-simple lang po itong regalo ng provincial government para maihatid ang pagmamahal at suporta sa inyong lahat,” Gov. Espino added as he affirmed full support to youth formation and education alongside the concerted efforts of all municipal and barangay officials.
Governor Amado I. Espino, III spearheads the distribution of rolls of olysset net or insecticide-treated nets to school administration; Gerry cans, hyposol and insecticide to barangay officials; sanitation hygiene kits to pregnant women; school supplies and slippers to school children and tokens to senior citizens (top photo) during the 15th leg of the 3rd season of the ‘I Love Pangasinan Kalusugan Karaban’ held in Barangay Gayaman, Binmaley.. Gov, Espino also leads after the feeding program for the pupils (2nd photo). Provincial Health Officer II Dr. Anna Ma. Teresa S. De Guzman conducts pedia consultation to Gayaman barangayfolk as part of the numerous medical services of the Kalusugan Karaban (3rd photo)./SMDG (Photos by EGaner)
In his speech, Gov. Espino also extended his greetings to all the women in the celebration of the women’s month.
“Let me greet all the women, all the mothers and all the ladies dahil araw niyo po ngayon,” he said.
After the feeding program, Gov. Espino also led the distribution of rolls of olysset net or insecticide-treated nets to school administration; Gerry cans, hyposol and insecticide to barangay officials; sanitation hygiene kits to pregnant women; school supplies and slippers to school children and tokens to senior citizens.
The following are the health services provided in the mobile health caravan : medical and pedia consultation, free medicines after check-up, tooth extraction, supplemental feeding program, laboratory diagnostic examination – blood typing, RBS and urinalysis, TB control program – chest x-ray and exam, dog vaccination, water sanitation service, lectures on health programs. Added services are the following: haircut, eye refraction and pneumococcal vaccination for the senior citizens.
It can be recalled that the ILPKK of the provincial government through the Provincial Health Office (PHO) led by Dr. Anna Ma. Teresa S. De Guzman and First Lady Karena P. Espino reeled off its 3rd season in February this year by having three rounds each week. /Shiella Mae C. De Guzman
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