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Progress with Health Information Drive in Laguna

Goducate Laguna launched a Health Information Drive for the community in February this year. We are helping the community by increasing their awareness of the threats and complications of diabetes, and hypertension and the benefits of Malunggay (Moringa olifera). Apart from free lectures on the topic, we also do weekly follow-up visits to check blood pressures and do some counselling.

Giving a lecture

Giving a lecture

From 2 community workers who were trained at the Goducate Training Center, Iloilo, Goducate Laguna now has 20 community leaders trained to give the lectures and to check blood pressure.

 

Taking blood pressure

Taking blood pressure

These community leaders are also part of the Goducate Scholarship program. They are now reaching their own villages to teach the community the value of health. We have been a partner to 5 barangays (villages) in Bay, Laguna, and hope to reach all 15 before the end of this year.

Part of the team

Part of the team

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