Nope, RH does not stand for “Rhesus,” “Red Horse,” “Rabbit Hole,” “Robin Hood,” or “Rural Health” (this one’s close enough, though). It’s “Responsible Humans.”
This is one of the newest groups in the City of Baguio organized by yuppies who wish to make a positive difference in the community. It is presently comprised of 23 registered nurses most of whom are graduates of the University of the Cordilleras (UC).
Formally registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) early this year, it actually started work in April 2007 with its first medical mission in Kamog, Sablan, Benguet followed by another in Beleng–Belis, Kapangan last March. They intend to go back to Kapangan for a dental mission sometime this year.
In a recent meeting with some officers of the Young yKalinga Professionals Organization, “Tropang RH” will be helping to conduct a medical mission in Tabuk City toward the last quarter of this year.
The group is also setting its sights on doing other projects and activities aside from medical/dental missions. Its upcoming calendar of activities will be bared after its general assembly this June.
Tropang RH is headed by Humprey Alejandro (BS Bio, UP Baguio; BSN, UC).
Mabuhay kayo mga kapatid! J