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Wednesday, February 20, 2013


The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Federation has switched to high gear in preparation for “Operation Tuli” in the city's seventeen (17) barangays.

“Operation Tuli” is held annually by SK in cooperation with the City Population Office (POPCOM) in line with the HELPS program of Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr.

According to  Olongapo City SK Federation Chair Dolly Mae M. Ramos , the project aims to unburden parents of the cost of having adolescent boys undergo circumcision.

“Malaking tulong ito mula sa pamahalaang lungsod para sa mga magulang at sa mga anak nilang nagbibinata,” said Ramos.

The SK and POPCOM will be assisted by the medical staff of the City Health Office (CHO) in implementing the project in each barangay.

The “Operation Tuli” schedule is as follows:

Asinan: April 1
Banicain : April 2
Baretto: April 3-4
East Bajac Bajac: April 5-9
East Tapinac: April 10
Gordon Heights: April 11-12
Kababae: April 15
Kalaklan: April 16
Kalalake: April 17
Mabayuan: April 18
New Cabalan: April 19-22
Ilalim: April 23
Old Cabalan: April 24
Pagasa:April 25
Sta. Rita: April 26-29
WBB: April 30
West Tapinac: May 2

For more information and inquiries, visit the Olongapo City PopCom Office at the ground floor of the Olongapo City Hall.

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