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2016 |  2015

Periodieke updates uit 2016

Public Health Report - July, August and September 2016

Prior to the implementation of the Healthy Lifestyle Program in Barangay Taytayan, Projects Abroad (Supervisor and Volunteers) had arranged a courtesy call with the Barangay Captain or the Local Chieftain of the Barangay (Hon. Teresita A. Ursal).

Public Health Report - January 2016

Prior to the implementation of the Healthy Lifestyle Program in Barangay Taytayan, Projects Abroad (Supervisor and Volunteers) had arranged a courtesy call with the Barangay Captain or the Local Chieftain of the Barangay (Hon. Teresita A. Ursal).

Periodieke updates uit 2015

Public Health Report - November 2015

Prior to the implementation of the Healthy Lifestyle Program in Barangay Taytayan, Projects Abroad (Supervisor and Volunteers) had arranged a courtesy call with the Barangay Captain or the Local Chieftain of the Barangay (Hon. Teresita A. Ursal).

Public Health Report - October 2015

Prior to the implementation of the Healthy Lifestyle Program in Barangay Dakit, Projects Abroad (Supervisor and Volunteers) had arranged a courtesy call with the Barangay Captain or the Local Chieftain of the Barangay (Hon. Efren Tolingin).

Public Health Report - September 2015

Public Health Project in the Philippines in partnership with the City Health Office (CHO), is a decentralized health care approach that provides maternal and child care, general out-patient and dental care, family planning and nutrition advice, control of specific diseases, health education, and environmental sanitation throughout the 29 Barangays (Village) of Bogo City.

Public Health Report - June 2015

Health Statistics in the Philippines are becoming increasingly concerning. 7/10 leading causes of death in the country are associated with Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs) or Chronic Diseases. The majority of NCDs are linked to common and preventable biological risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity.

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