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    December 7, 2019

    At 10:30 am, the Vice President attended CP CARES PH’s 2nd Year End Gathering at the Amphitheater, Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center, Quezon City. CP CARES Philippines, Inc. (Cerebral Palsy Community, Awareness, Rehabilitation, Empowerment, and Support) is a support organization of parents of children with cerebral palsy, many of whom receive care from the Philippine Children’s Medical Center, National Children’s Hospital, and Philippine General Hospital. The gathering was a Christmas celebration for cerebral palsy warriors and their families.

    At 12:00 noon, the Vice President went to the Millenials PH (MPH) 2nd National Summit at the Quezon City Reception House. MPH is a socio-political youth movement dedicated to developing future Filipino leaders who want their voices to be heard concerning different social and political issues that affect them and the society. It is a non-government organization that provides a platform where young people can collaborate with stakeholders such as the government, private sector, and civil society groups to help solve issues.

    Posted in VP's Day on Dec 07, 2019