Bagong Henerasyon has undertaken the Supplemental Feeding Program for the High-Risked Group or the Malnourished Group through an ongoing partnership with the Office of then Councilor and now Representative BH, Philippine Medical Association of Oklahoma and the Quezon City Health Department. The Health and Social Services Departments helped in identifying malnourished children ages 0 to 6 years old, and intervening through a 3-month, 5-day-a-week, sustained feeding program. This was an experimental program that we had since 2002 as suggested by the QC Health Department. Since then, thousands of malnourished children have been nourished back to health, it was hence, proven effective. To date, the the Quezon City Government has adopted this pioneering program on a city-wide scale.



Bagong Henerasyon launched in February 2007 its newest medical masterpiece, through the capital outlay fund of then Councilor BH, the BH Mobile Clinic – a van capable of providing health services such as X-ray, ECG, Laboratory services, Dental services and others – at the doorsteps of Quezon City residents as well as residents of nearby cities and provinces. A first in Quezon City! Bagong Henerasyon implements the services offered by the mobile clinic as agreed upon in the memorandum of agreement. To date, more than 10,000 residents have benefited from this project.


Eight months later, October 2007, the BH Mobile Clinic launched the Free Ultrsound Service for pregnant women as its additional service. Most underprivileged pregnant women don’t have access to such service due to affordability. This was made possible because of the Ultrasound equipment donation by President Rey David of Rotary Club of Timog, who is a continuous partner of Bagong Henerasyon.


Bagong Henerasyon also undertakes regular Medical and Dental Missions, annual Operation “Tuli” especially during summer months, and conducts Anti-Rabies Vaccination, Anti-Dengue Fumigation and Anti-Sars disinfection on a need basis.


Bagong Henerasyon has a strong partnership with the Rotary Club of South Triangle, wherein it was able to access the services of the Philippine Band of Mercy for hydrocephalus and meningoceole patients and for the rehabilitation treatment of cleft lip and palate cases which includes speech therapy and the Quezon City Dental Society for oral health care program. They were also able to provide free Hepatitis B Vaccination particularly to children ages 2 to 12 through RCST’s matching grant.



In order to address the Reproductive Health needs especially of women and children, Bagong Henerasyon ensures that there is a regular conduct of information dissemination and RH services such as free pap-smear, breast and prenatal examination, and counseling and consultation in the community. In partnership with the QC Council on Population, more than 7,000 students were given Adolescent Reproductive Health information through the Teen Mobile Center and other RH trainings and seminars. The project is a resource center on wheels that provides IEC reading materials, interactive learning, film-showing and counseling on Adolescent reproductive health in all public high schools of Quezon City. By advocating on the issue of ARH, particularly on the high-risk behaviors of adolescents, the TMC aims to catalyzing all stakeholders within the schools to institutionalize a school based Adolescent Health and Youth Development (AHYD) Centers by organizing the students into Teen Clubs, capacitating guidance councilors and other teachers, and training a pool of peer councilors.



Bagong Henerasyon has partnered with the Rotary Club of San Francisco Del Monte in the distribution of 1,000,000 Mebendazole 500 mg chewable tablets (deworming tablets) nationwide. It is intended for children ages 2 years and above and a treatment for threadworm, hookworm, roundworm, whipworm and tapeworm. This deworming project, otherwise known as Bata’y Pasiglahin, Bulate’y Puksain to contribute to the health care and welfare of improvised and indigent Filipino Children.



In partnership with the Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Bagong Henerasyon has successfully lobbied the Quezon City Government to establish its Animal Control Facility or Dog Pound to ensure safety of its residents from dog bites particularly from rabied dogs. The QC Pound is now successfully operating in Payatas. They also pushed for the implementation of RA 9482 and QC Ordinance SP#1638, S-2005, authored by former Councilor Bernadette Herrera-Dy on dog registration with free Rabies Vaccination. To date, more than 5,000 dogs have been registered, all with Dog Certificates and Dog Tags and this is continuously being implemented by the Quezon City Government.


* Establishing the BARANGAY POUND

In line with the successful Dog Registration Campaign under SPL# 1638, authorized by Councilor BH and through the courtesy of the Office of Cong. Bingbong Crisologo, 111 Dog Cages were distributed to thirty seven (37) barangays District 1, to temporarily house stray dogs (in 3 days) in the community while waiting for the owners to claim their Dogs.