35 Volunteers to Join ANCOP USA 2017 Medical Mission in Bohol
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
In collaboration with Governor Edgar M. Chatto of Bohol Province and the Holy See Permanent Representative to the UN, Archbishop Bernadito Auza, who is also a Boholano, the CFC ANCOP USA medical mission will be in Bohol from February 8-12, 2017.
Roger Santos, Executive Director, ANCOP USA, said his group received $190,000 worth of medicines from various US foundations. The donated medicines will be used during the medical mission in Bohol This February.
Around 35 CFC ANCOP USA volunteers will be joining the mission.
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