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The Amlig Project was started by the Batch 2007 of the Trinity Christian School of Bacolod City. They wanted to help their batchmates who are now serving in the medical field. Now, they have expanded their territory.

The Amlig Project Against Covid-19

Amlig is an Ilonggo term that literally means “to care.” The Amlig Project in Bacolod City was born out of the mission of Batch 2007 from Trinity Christian School.

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Amlig is an Ilonggo term that literally means “to care.” The Amlig Project in Bacolod City was born out of the heart and mission of Batch 2007 from Trinity Christian School. Half of their batchmates work in the medical frontlines so they are doing their best to help their friends as well as other healthcare workers in Negros Occidental.

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Christopher Brito, RN, is also a Batch 2007 alumnus of Trinity Christian School.

Caring for Their Batchmates

Trinity Christian School Batch 2007 graduated from high school armed with much hope for the future. Emboldened with Christian values, they sought to change the world in whatever way they can.

Many of them went into the medical field as nurses while some of them proceeded to become doctors. They are now scattered around the country and abroad. But still, many have stayed in their hometown, Bacolod City.

Covid-19 Happened: The Amlig Project

But late last year, Covid-19 happened. And this year, we have seen how this novel coronavirus has changed the whole world.

Many healthcare workers have been infected and a big percentage have passed away because of the infection and complication.

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Delivery to South Bacolod General Hospital.

The Batch 2007 alumni could not just sit down as the whole world crumbles because Covid-19. They teamed up to extend help not just to their batchmates but also to other healthcare workers. That is why, The Amlig Project was born.

As they work together, they hope to be fair and unbiased in distribution. Moreover, they want to be transparent with the money that was entrusted to The Amlig Project.

Hospitals They Want to Help

The group has decided to distribute PPEs directly to doctors and nurses. Here are all the Bacolod City hospitals that The Amlig Project wants to reach:

  • South Bacolod General Hospital
  • Bacolod Adventist Medical Center
  • The Doctors’ Hospital
  • Queen of Mercy Hospital
  • Metro Bacolod Hospital
  • Riverside Medical Center
  • Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Hospital
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Delivery to Riverside Medical Center.

They want to be able to raise funds in order to purchase the following:

  • PPE – 1000 sets
  • N95 masks – 1000 pcs
  • Surgical masks – 3000 pcs
  • Alcohol – 300 liters

TCS 2007 alumni Dr. Katrina Salapante and Dr. Celin Chua are in-charge of distribution for The Amlig Project.

Contact Information

In order to help The Amlig Project, you may contact them through (0917) 716-4333. Follow them on FB and IG, too.

You may send your financial help to either of these accounts:

Celeona H. Borromeo
BPI Family Savings SA 2599015275

Anna Katrina Torrejon
c/o Palawan Express| (0927) 624-1865

Anna Bianca Torrejon
BDO SA 00-2970262564

Please email your payment slip to theamligproject@gmail.com. An acknowledgement email will be sent as soon as the donation has reflected their accounts.

Donations in Kind

Meanwhile, if you have disinfectant alcohol, masks, suits, and other supplies, you may share them too. You may drop them off at The Hostelry, located at La Salle Avenue, Bacolod City. Open 24 hours.

Stay Safe

Many private corporations and individuals have been helping the Philippine government to fight Covid-19. Megaworld has recently donated four high-tech Covid-19 testing laboratories to the Philippine Red Cross.

Multi-national corporations have teamed up to form Project Ugnayan, a movement to help everyone. They give food packs, meals, and medical supplies to practically almost everybody.

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Delivery to Metro Bacolod Hospital and Medical Center.

But these are not enough. If we have nothing to share, the best thing that we can do is to obey the health protocols given to us. Stay safe at home if you don’t need to go out. If you do need to run errands and such, wear a face mask and observe social distancing.

Also, you may want to invest in Covilyzer UV Sterilyzer lamps to sanitize your surroundings and things. Read more: Covilyzer UVC Sterilization Lamps Fight Covid-19

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