April 2017 Medical Mission

On April 4, 2017, our teams lead a medical mission at the Clemencia Moneda Lumbao Hospital that provided doctors, nurses, and health educators to reach and empower the local population of Pilar, Sorsogon.


Specifically, this was a targeted measure building off of formed medical missions to the site, for malnourished children and their mothers.

Currently enrolled are 30 mothers and their 36 malnourished children. Of which, 100% are considered indigenous people.

The program began with prayer and a lesson on Values Formation from Pastor Raguini.

Then, our feeding program began. Providing the mothers and children with a well-balanced meal to address their nutritional concerns, and to serve as a model for the nutritional lesson on proper food preparation of “Go, Grow, and Glow!” food groups which stand for “Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Vitamins/Minerals!” in that order and in materials written in their local language of Bicolano. The lesson was lead by our 2017-2018 Global Health Fellow, Maricres Castro, and Executive Director, Fr. Villa.

After the teaching and the meal, the malnourished children received follow-up check-ups provided by our triage team and lead staff, Nurse Joel and Dr. Expedita L. Castro.



Through the generous donations of sponsors we were able to provide basic medication to address couching and pain, and refer them, with proper follow up, to the rural health clinic, Pilar Municipal Health Clinic.


Our teams continue to be on the ground providing a daily feeding program of a well-balanced meal, coupled with our monthly medical missions to track their health and status, we are ensuring a sustainable and steady recovery for these malnourished children and to help empower their mothers with knowledge and financial stability through business entrepreneurship training they receive through our foundation.


Who Are Our Partners?

We have a longstanding partnership with the Municipal Health Office of Pilar, Sorsogon, for health outreach and education programs. Visit their website here:


As well as with Gawad Kalinga, who have helped us with the licensing cost for MM2P Jam, that is certified to help provide the nutritional supplementation for children of any age — but especially for those who are malnourished. Visit their website here:


Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Proffessionals Kapatiran have been the lead sponsors for our Medical Mission Outreach and Feeding Program for the past 9 years (since August 2009). Visit their website, here:


Child United, representative Larcy Villafuerte Douglas, has sponsored our 3-month daily Feeding Program for 3 months June 2015-August 2015. Visit their website here:


Would you also want to partner with us and the amazing and life-changing work we do? Please contact us!

MM2P is a 501 c(3) Non-Profit Foundation to help save precious lives by providing urgent care and hospital services, livelihood training, and a daily Feeding Program to malnourished, mainly indigenous peoples children to the town of Pilar, Sorsogon, Philipppines. Landline PH #: 798-0442 or 489-9257 USA #: (253) 589-6598 or (253) 719-7405