protect the frontliners project
Ceries D. Glean
As a Local Youth Development Officer I was thinking of how our Youth council can support our frontliners who are risking their health to help out COVID-19 patients on their road to recovery.
Seeing the lack of supplies of face shields to our frontliners. We created a Protect the Frontliners Project (PFP) to seek out supplies in making DIY Face shields with the help of our youth volunteers and with the support of our LGU headed by our Mayor Atty. Jocelyn P. Castañeda, we made a DIY face shields and distributed it to all of our frontliners from medical personnel, triage, check points, garbage collectors, gasoline stations, police station, and hospitals.
We are luckily enough that we have our LGU support with this kind of youth led activities. Our youth volunteers were composed of different youth organizations such as the MAKI Project, Mariveles United Football Club, Aju KaBataan and PUP Athletic Association.
With this campaign we have another donation of thousand more to replace doubt and fear with smiles beneath the face shield of our frontliners.We YOUTHnited together in the fight against COVID-19.
Padayon Kabataang Mariveleño!
ceries d. glean
He is currently the Local Youth Development Officer in Mariveles, Bataan who is also serving the Indigenous Peoples community of his town for more than a decade. He is the founder of Making A Kinship with the indigenous (MAKI) Project Inc. and co-founder of Mental health Advocate Warriors (MHAW).
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