ADMU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH DONATES TABLET CHAIRS
THE ATENEO School of Medicine and Public Health donated 94 tablet chairs to the Kaliwanagan High School in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, which was badly affected by the Super Typhoon Karding.
The ASMPH also donated 62 tablet chairs to the GSIS Village Elementary School and 74 chairs to the Masambong High School in Quezon City.
“The tablet chairs originally came from the ASMPH’s plenary rooms and were retrofitted in compliance with Covid19 health protocols.
“The donation was facilitated by the Ateneo Center for Educational Development with support from the Ateneo Central Facilities Management Office, Central Purchasing Office, Central Accounting Office, and the Office of the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer,” the university said.
The ASMPH affirmed its mission to support the university’s efforts of nation building by making “systemic, systematic and structural changes that improve the health of individuals and communities.”
It said that physical and mental wellness can be achieved by making schools more conducive to learning.
“This endeavor aligns with the ACED’s mission to move up the performance of public schools by facilitating partnerships with individuals and institutions that have human and material resources to offer,” ASMPH said.