A Multi-Stakeholder Health and Wellness Fair for Differently-Abled Children (DAC) was participated in by the National Conciliation and Mediation Board-Cordillera Administrative Region on February 17, 2017 at the Easter College Gym, Guisad, Baguio City.

The activity aimed to provide well-being services, introduce alternative bonding and calming activities for differently abled children and to strengthen multi-stakeholder engagement in the promotion of DAC welfare.

Barbers and hairdressers corner, daily living skills, mini sports corner, art workshop, and story-telling activities were set up to keep the eighty (80) children entertained and occupied.  These booths were put and attended to by partner agencies; Baguio City Health Office, Luke Foundation, Mt. Cloud Bookshop, Philippine Nurses Association, Reading Buddies and Office of Councilor Art Allad-iw.

This pursuit is a follow through of the Branch’s pledge to continuously provide activities and services to Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and Senior Citizens (SCs).

Lyla Jane B. Tacio