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Supporters bid farewell to VP Leni Robredo’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta program

Those who knew how important the program was at the height of the pandemic are sad to see it go.

The Office of the Vice President’s Bayanihan E-Konsulta program will cease operations on May 31.

The program was designed to address the surge in COVID-19 cases and had launched by the OVP on April 7, 2021.

“Nais po naming ipaalam na magtatapos na ang serbisyo ng Bayanihan E-Konsulta (BEK) sa Martes, May 31, 2022,” the OVP said in a statement.

“Taos-puso kaming nagpapasalamat sa lahat ng nakiisa sa inisyatibo nating ito upang makapaghatid ng kinakailangang tulong medikal sa ating mga kababayan ngayong panahon ng COVID-19 pandemic.”

Medical and non-medical professionals provided help through the program that linked patients to healthcare practitioners for consultations, leading to a decongestion of hospitals.

“Sa lahat ng ating volunteer doctors, nurses, at iba pang medical professionals, pati na rin sa mga non-medical volunteers na naglaan ng kanilang oras at kakayahan para maging matagumpay ang ating programa, maraming salamat po sa inyo,” the OVP said.

The OVP thanked its partners for giving the program a wider reach.

“Sama-sama, pinatunayan natin: Walang imposible sa taumbayang nagkakaisa para iangat ang kaniyang kapwa,” it added.

Those who knew how important the program was at the height of the pandemic are sad to see it go.

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Supporters hope the program will [also] be converted into an NGO, a route that the Angat Buhay program is slated to take.

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Some are still digesting the reality that Robredo lost the presidency to the late dictator’s son.


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Written by paulie walnuts

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