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Aspen Medical0UAE supports city’s relief assistance to PWDs
by Press release

REACHING OUT TO PWDs -- The series of reach-out programs initiated by the Office of Councilor Arthur Allad-iw that benefits persons with disabilities, including those in the marginalized sectors, received support from Aspen Medical-UAE. The local government of La Trinidad augmented the program by donating fresh highland vegetables. -- Contributed photo

The Aspen Medical of the United Arab Emirates is the new sponsor of Councilor Arthur Allad-iw’s relief program to the persons with disability in Baguio City.

Allad-iw identified 100 households of blind and their families who were displaced from their jobs, like the masseurs and folk singers, 30 deaf, and 20 bedridden individuals as beneficiaries of the.

Food packs containing rice and goods, courtesy of Aspen Medical-UAE, and fresh highland vegetables, courtesy of the local government unit of La Trinidad through Mayor Romeo Salda and Vice Mayor Roderick Awingan, were delivered to the homes of the beneficiaries.

Volunteers distributed the goods on Aug. 29 and Sept. 4.

Gemaryle Tedson Magtalas, an employee of Aspen Medical-UAE, said that they support worldwide programs for various nationalities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

He coordinated their program together with nurse Red Cloud Capuyan, one of their UAE staff from the Baguio City, who made the project proposal “lending a hand to the Baguio blind and deaf.” It was approved by their office and were realized after series of communications from both parties.

Aspen Medical is an Australian-owned and a multi-awarded institution which caters global innovative health care solutions across diverse clients in the humanitarian, mining, oil and gas, and government sectors.


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