Founded in December 2008, GMMN has been an epitome for health care workers that have only one goal – to help other people who are in dire need to obtain free health care services in rural and remote areas.
“We will be conducting series of feeding programs among undernourished children in the Province of Palawan, which will be in the municipalities of Aborlan, Roxas and Taytay. We will also have an orphanage visit and one day activity in Bacolod City, and a medical mission in Puerto Princesa City with the Batac Tribe,” Asahel D. Catap said, chief operations officer/vice president of GMMN.
He added that the group is looking forward extending some activities in Davao City during the Organization Meeting and Strategic Planning for 2012, which will be held in that city on December 25-27, 2011.
Surviving through help and support of friends, sponsors and donors, the different programs GMMN has, have helped more than 10,000 individuals in different projects that have been implemented in Luzon and Visayas strategic areas.
For the next three years, GMMN hopes to expand in some areas in the country and nearby South-East Asian countries. It is looking into establishing training school, home health care nursing, integration of emergency and public health care nursing, and nursing specialized sub-specialties.
GMMN accepts financial sponsorships, donations of materials, and program partnerships. You may reach us through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, for inquires. Contact persons: Mr. Jaspere John Delos Reyes, project coordinator in Palawan, 0063 915-281-5100, Mr. Von Carlo L. Hechanova, project officer in Bacolod City, 0063 919-654-03-06, Mr. John Bryan P. Tapolgo, corporate secretary in Davao City, 0063 918-319-67-25.