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Filipino inventors donate to MMDA

In its effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative (FISPC) recently donated alcohol, disinfectant spray, hygiene kits and PROBATON (Patrol Reconnaissance and Operations Baton) to the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)

DONATION.  MMDA Chairman Danilo ‘Danny’ Lim (second from left)  receives the donations of alcohol, disinfectant spray, hygiene kit and PROBATON from FISPC Chairman Francisco “Popoy” Pagayon, Publishers Association of the Philippines Inc. (PAPI) President and FISPC Treasurer Nelson Santos, and National Press Club (NPC) President/FISPC Director Rolando Gonzalo.
DONATION. MMDA Chairman Danilo ‘Danny’ Lim (second from left)  receives the donations of alcohol, disinfectant spray, hygiene kit and PROBATON from FISPC Chairman Francisco “Popoy” Pagayon, Publishers Association of the Philippines Inc. (PAPI) President and FISPC Treasurer Nelson Santos, and National Press Club (NPC) President/FISPC Director Rolando Gonzalo.
FISPC Chairman Francisco Pagayon said: “We share in the burden and suffering that has brought grave threat to the lives of every Filipino, especially to the frontliners against this infectious virus.”

MMDA Chairman and retired brigadier general Danilo “Danny” Lim expressed the agency’s gratitude for the health essentials extended by the inventors’ association.

“This is our way of helping MMDA’s frontliners to fight off COVID-19 with the health essentials .The PROBATON can likewise be used by front liners in warding off stubborn individuals who refuse to strictly observe physical distancing,” Pagayon stressed.

Topics: Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative , FISPC , Metro Manila Development Authority , MMDA , COVID-19 pandemic
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