Category Archives: advocacy

   

I Voted for Change

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PCOS machine precinct count optical scan

  Today, this Philippine elections 2013 edition, I voted for candidates who: have shown to put the interest of the people first before personal, family or party ambitions; have experience in public service; are not tied to corruption issues or whose immediate family is not tied to corruption issues; have no immediate family members who are already in elective posts;… Read more »

Free Cervical Cancer Screening

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cervical cancer screening

  The month of May is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the Philippines. According to the World Health Organization, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer afflicting women worldwide. In the Philippines, an estimated 12 women die due to cervical cancer each day. The Department of Health (DOH) and global pharmaceutical company Merck Sharp and Dohme (MSD), together with… Read more »

7-Election Philippines: Every Gulp Counts at 7-11 Stores

7 election philippines 2013

Just a little over 2 weeks to go before the Philippine midterm elections will be held on May 13. Have you thought about your choices for the national and local posts? Convenience store chain 7-Eleven participates in this year’s election fever by mounting its 7-Election promo, an informal survey of customers’ preferred political party and senatorial candidates. With this voter… Read more »

DIM2013 La Union: Influencers For Change

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thunderbird resort poro point la union

I had seen some photos of Thunderbird Resorts Poro Point via some relatives who had a brief stay there a few years back. I had been really impressed with the views. So when I learned that the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit (DIM2013, La Union edition) would be held there, of course, I just had to go.  I live in Metro… Read more »

A Song For A Smile

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operation smile kids

Chatters Care for Kids (CCFK), a registered Philippine-based not-for-profit organization, is asking for monetary contributions for its latest project.  CCFK is trying to raise funds to produce a song to be used for awareness campaigns for Operation Smile Philippines  (OSP) and its beneficiaries- children and young adults born with cleft lip and cleft palate deformities. CCFK is an official partner-organization… Read more »

Suffer the Children

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Of course, guns alone don’t kill! But they do kill when placed in the hands of the wrong person. Or a law-abiding person in the wrong time or place or circumstance. I’m for stricter gun control laws. Definitely no guns in schools. No guns for citizens who are not involved in law enforcement work. Gun-related deaths are lower in countries… Read more »

Winners for Operation Smile Raffle for A Cause

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OSP campaign raffle winners

About a month ago, I posted a raffle contest for an awareness campaign for the medical missions of Operation Smile Philippines. The contest has now ended… And the winners are……. 1 Bioessence Oxygen facial treatment Gift Certificate goes to… Gigi C. Beleno 1 Bioessence Swedish massage Gift Certificate goes to… Fiona Allana B. Mason Congratulations to Gigi and Fiona! Thanks… Read more »