LILIW, Laguna, Jan. 27 - The Trinity University of Asia (formerly Trinity College of Quezon City) and the Philippine-American Chamber of Commerce (PACC) held a medical mission on Wednesday in Barangays Daniw, Valenzuela and Mojon in Liliw, Laguna.
TUA and PACC served at least 300 residents with varied ailments such as colds, cough, allergy, hypertension, goiter that were responded to properly by the attending physicians who gave their services for free.
TUAs College of Hospitality and Tourism Management (CHTM) taught women practical cooking, the College of Medical Technology did blood typing and Complete Blood Count (CBC), and the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) gave lectures on the Convention on Rights of the Children.
On the other hand, TUAs College of Education conducted storytelling among children, while the College of Business Administration did fellowship, games and gift-giving.
The PACC initially donated 10 wheelchairs to patients.
TUA president Dr. Josefina Sumaya and Dr. Juliet Bucoy, director for Trinitian Center for Community Development (TCCD), are on top of this project which is aimed at promoting health and well-being for a sustainable future. (PNA) scs/JCA