Mahintana Foundation, Inc. is hiring for the position of Supervising Pharmacist with the following qualification:
Responsible for the day-to-day management of the HEALTH Plus warehouse and all its outlets;
Consolidates purchase requests of HEALTH Plus outlets and clients to be submitted to Supply Chain Officer for review and PO preparation;
Ensures that requested medicines and supplies from outlets and clients are completely procured, packed, and delivered per outlet on time;
Ensures that quality standards of delivered medicines are strictly followed;
Serves as liaison officer to facilitate prompt and accurate transactions concerning the HEALTH Plus products such as outlet’s work schedules of Pharmacists and Pharmacy Assistants and adherence of all outlets to 5S (sweep, sanitize, systematize, self-discipline, sort);
Provides support to the internal audit team in the conduct of regular stocks and sales inventory at the HPSiS and PPF level;
Manages stock levels of the PPF in coordination with the Supply Chain Officer and Warehouse Officer;
Assist in destroying and disposing of expired drugs if need arises;
Checks items prepared by warehouse officer prior to delivery;
Checks accreditation documents of the suppliers and recommends approval to Operations Officer and Project Manager;
Assists in satisfying FDA, EDPMS and PDEA requirements and adhere to their rules and regulations;
Responsible in handling, preparation and participation in PhilGEPS-related activities such as but not limited to its accreditation, submission of quotation and bids, and preparation of documents and stocks on awarded bids;
Coordinate with PPF supply chain and operations officer on the medicines and supplies for bidding;
Perform other HEALTH Plus related activities
Interested applicants may submit their application letter, resume, Transcript of Records, and other pertinent documents to email@example.com, letter addressed to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Mahintana Foundation, Inc. Cannery Housing, Cannery Site Polomolok, South Cotabato
After a month of fasting, Muslims celebrate Ramadan’s conclusion through the Festival of Breaking the Fast also known as Eid al-Fitr – a holiday observed by the entire Muslim community. Communities gather on this day to break the fast known as Iftar, the evening meal where Muslims conclude their regular Ramadan fast at sunset.
In honor and respect of tradition, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. and Dole Philippines, Inc. together with the local government unit of Polomolok pooled resources to support the Iftar in the municipality’s Muslim communities in eight barangays. Goats, rice, freshly baked Nutripan bread products, Dole pineapple products, and fruit juice were provided to the communities.
The activity is supported by the Promoting Peace Engagements and Community Empowerment (ProPEACE) programme funded by the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF). ProPEACE is currently being implemented in the provinces of South Cotabato and Sarangani through a consortium with Kasilak Development Foundation, Maguindanaon Development Foundation, OND Hesed, and Tribal Leaders Development Foundation.
To our dear partners and stakeholders in community development: Hoping all is well with you at this time. This is an update to our previous notice dated May 10, 2021, wherein all Mahintana staff will shift to work-from-home setup as required by Municipal Health Office protocols due to COVID-19 exposure. We have also completed the disinfection and sanitation of our office. All our staff have undergone the RT-PCR test and, unfortunately, some of our staff have contracted the virus. We are now working closely with the LGU-MHO for the contact tracing and to inform our partners who are potentially exposed to our affected staff.
Despite this, we continue to deliver our programs and services to all our partners, stakeholders, and community beneficiaries. You may directly coordinate with our officers and staff of your concern via phone call or virtual meetings. We will resume office on May 24, 2021 or until further notice.
Hoping for your kind understanding and support as usual as we remain steadfast in our commitment in serving our communities in these trying times. Together, let’s proactively beat COVID19 and progress safely in this better normal.
For its Environmental Sustainability Plan through the establishment of its Sustainable Ecotourism and Environment-based Innovations Demonstration (SEED) Farm, Mahintana FOundation, Inc. participated in the Bamboo Bootcamp: Carpentry Crash Course Training on May 5-8, 2021 at Montenawin Eco-Resort & Restaurant/ Brgy. Baganihan, Marilog District, Davao City. Bamboo Bootcamp is a non-profit organization based in Davao City which specializes in bamboo building fundamentals.
Bamboo Carpentry Crash Course is a 4-day intensive training highlighting the essentials in building with bamboo through traditional and contemporary construction techniques. During the workshop, the participants were tasked to build a medium-sized bamboo structure.
Mahintana staff completed the carpentry module which included lectures on bamboo building properties, treatment and treatment methods, and lashing technique (ropemanship) and practical demos on using power tools, joinery and connections, bamboo splitting, methods for walls, floors, etc.
SOLARES project staff conducted a pilot installation of 100 Solar Home System (SHS)
Units at Datal Basak, Brgy. Kablacan, Maasim, Sarangani Province on May 3-4,
2021. The pilot installation will serve as an example to the neighboring
sitios/puroks, barangays and municipalities that the SHS unit is capable of
providing basic needs of energy in each household.
The project staff together with SOCOTECO II – SBU prepared 120 SHS units for the pilot installation. Due to the terrain condition at Datal Basak, SHS units were transported by foot (from the nearest point the truck could reach to the venue).
Distribution formally started after lunch. The project team conducted an orientation to the beneficiary households, with information on SOLARES, its donor European Union, and the implementing partners of Mahintana Foundation, Inc. and Peace and Equity Foundation.
Community members showed appreciation, including those who initially showed no interest during SOLARES and SOCOTECO II social marketing. Several still requested to apply and avail of the SHS units, seeing their neighbors using the light provided by the project.
With the arrival of solar home system units to SOLARES partner electric cooperatives, SOCOTECO II celebrated this event on Monday morning through a ceremonial unloading and acceptance together with SOLARES implementers, Mahintana Foundation, Inc. and Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF) on April 19, 2021 at the SOCOTECO II Warehouse, Brgy. Apopong, General Santos City. Along with PEF, joining online were the National Electrification Administration (NEA), the Department of Energy (DOE), SOCOTECO II Board of Directors and staff, and Sino Soar Hybrid (Beijing) Technology Co,. Ltd. through Mr. Phoenix Zhang.
Mr. Martiniano L. Magdolot, president of Mahintana and project director of SOLARES, delivered the opening remarks by thanking European Union for the opportunity of implementing the project on renewable energy and sharing brief updates on the project and the active collaboration among multiple organizations for the SOLARES project. The Department of Energy gave their message of support through Mr. Marc Louie L. Olap, OIC, Rural Electrification Administration and Management Bureau; Ms. Alice de Guzman also expressed her support during the event. Mr. Zhang shared that it was a great honor to be participating in the event. He shared how from 2017, Sino Soar Hybrid (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd. supplied the Philippines over 20,000 units and counting despite the difficulties faced during shipping amidst the pandemic. He hopes to continue contributing to bring more light to Mindanao and the whole country.
After the video presentation for the ceremonial unloading (as the units had arrived a few days before), SOCOTECO II through Mr. John Tindoy (SBU Coordinator) and Engr. Angelico Boiser (Area Engineer) facilitated the unboxing of the SHS package, showing functional components included in the box. In his message of acceptance, Mr. Geronimo D. Desesto, General Manager of SOCOTECO II recognized notable local and international dignitaries of the partnership in realizing SOLARES and their role of developing and supporting the renewable energy projects to remain relevant in the power sector.
Representing the Board of Directors of SOCOTECO II, vice president Fausto Y. Tan, Jr. delivered his message of acceptance, highlighting the impact of the SOLARES project to MAKIMA (Maasim, Kiamba, Maitum) areas in Sarangani. Mr. Jobe C. Tubigon, project manager of SOLARES thanked the participation of different partners during the event and their contribution to the implementation of the SOLARES project. He also shared to the group the next steps: distribution and installation of the SHS units to Sarangani and Sultan Kudarat areas.
Participants proceeded to inspect the units at the warehouse. SOCOTECO II, assisted by SOLARES project officers Engr. Jose Jerry Tayactac and Engr. Mohammad Alver Amanoddin, continued the inventory for the rest of the afternoon.
Participants observed safety protocols such as wearing of masks during the event.
Mahintana Foundation, Inc.participated the joint 1st quarter meeting of Joint Municipal Council for the Protection of Children and Municipal Peace and Order Council and (MADAC- MCPC) on March 29, 2021 at the 3rd Floor Function Room, Municipal Hall, Tupi.
The meeting agenda included MADAC updates, reports, and concerns such as the quarterly conduct of drug clearing operation (and continuous Community-Based Rehabilitation Program (CBRP) for new watchlist, drug testing, and updating of identified People Who Use Drugs (PWUD), after-care monitoring for PWUD who graduated CBRP and continuous drug testing, conduct of community and school-based advocacy by MADAC oversight committee and PNP, proposal for the livelihood 2021 (PWUD), Action Plan of MADAC, Anti-Illegal Drug & BADAC, and presentation of 2020 updates on VAWC, CA, and CICL.
Other relevant matters included the presentation of Dangerous Drug Board No. 3, series of 2017 aimed at strengthening of Barangay Drug Clearing Program.