Humanitarian mission goes to Victorias City
Victorias City, Negros Occidental (13 November) -- A delegation of 37 man-team composed of doctors, nurses, medical technicians and auxiliary support staff of Memphis Mission of Mercy from the United States of America is currently conducting free medical services in Victorias City and its neighboring towns and cities.
The humanitarian activity started November 9 at Barangay VI-A and on November 10 to 14, 2008 at the ground of Immaculate Conception Health Center, Bandong Village of the city.
The Memphis Mission of Mercy is a non-profit organization whose goal is to reach out primarily to the medical and spiritual needs of the less fortunate people in the Philippines. The chairman and founder of the organization is Mr. Renato Zalamea, a nurse anesthetist.
Now on its 5th year of service to the people of Victorias, the Memphis medical mission is hosted by the city government of Victorias and the Kaayong Lawas Foundation, Inc. (Victorias City/PIA/EAD) [top]