MANILA, Philippines — The Bayanihan E-Konsulta (BEK) will be back to help the public once more, the Angat Buhay Foundation and former Vice President Leni Robredo announced on Wednesday.
The BEK was a program initiated by the Office of the Vice President under Robredo to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Due to the alarming rise of COVID cases around the country, the Angat Buhay program is getting a new start.
To make this happen, Angat Buhay needs medical and non-medical volunteers.
“Bilang paghahanda, mangangailangan ang programa ng fifty (50) non-medical volunteers at forty (40) medical volunteers (na maaaring madagdagan sa susunod na mga araw depende sa bilang ng request) para sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng ating operasyon.”ANGAT BUHAY FOUNDATION
(In preparation, the program will require fifty (50) non-medical volunteers and forty (40) medical volunteers (which may be added in the coming days depending on the number of requests) for various parts of our operation.)
Angat Buhay further emphasized that BEK will continue to be a remote setup; hence, volunteers are required to have their own computer/laptop, smartphone, and internet connection for e-konsulta.