In Sulpa, Villaba, Leyte, 106 pupils and six teachers as well as community members received school supplies packages containing bags, notebooks, pad papers, pencils, slippers, and raincoats (for schoolchildren), planting calendar and seeds, health care assessment with the medical mission and medicines (for both pupils and community members).
Villaba is a 4th class municipality in Leyte. 2010 Census statistics put the population at 43,839. During the medical mission conducted simultaneously with the distribution of school packages and planting calendars/seedlings, TYKFI Medical Scholars at UERMMMC Emma Concepcion Sinco and Quillano Cagadas, Jr. noted that many of the children suffered from upper respiratory tract infection and impacted cerumen as well as dental caries. They also documented other afflictions such urinary tract infection, dermatological infection, ear infection, acute Viral Infection, community acquired pneumonia, global developmental delay, diabetes mellitus type I.