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Advocacy :Mobilizing LGUs, Communities to Improve Healthcare Systems in Rural Areas

Weak health systems, poor health-seeking behavior, absence of adequate road infrastructure, and lack of transportation facilities prevent Filipinos living in rural communities from accessing quality healthcare services, according to eight municipality mayors from geographically isolated and disadvantaged areas (GIDA).

In a colloquium hosted by the Zuellig Family Foundation (ZFF) titled "Bridging Social and Health Inequities: The GIDA Experience," the mayors who also stand as their respective municipality's health leaders shared health challenges experienced by GIDA residents, as well as the reforms implemented to address those health gaps with the help of their local communities and ZFF.
Mandaon (Masbate), Del Carmen (Surigao del Norte), Hinatuan (Surigao del Sur), Tinambac (Camarines Sur), Cataingan (Masbate), Magsaysay (Palawan), Matuguinao (Samar), and San Fernando (Camarines Sur) are among the partner municipalities of ZFF in its "Community Health Partnership Program" (CHPP) -- a model of health intervention involving health leadership and governance training activities.

Magic = New Look, New Commercials and more Magic Moments

It is indeed a day of magic and surprises as we witness the new commercial, new look and my own magic moment. The day started with magic-al surprises as I played around some games and won prizes along the way.

This is for our Children :United for Healthier Kids Advocacy

I know you have the commercial about the United for Healthier kids and just to enlighten you more about the advocacy, here’s more information that I know you would want to find out. It is a Campaign launched to address malnutrition among Filipino children. The advocacy is  launched by Nestlé, FNRI, ABS-CBN, and Facebook

About thirty percent of Filipino children are undernourished and this has not significantly improved in the past 10 years, according to the 2013 National Nutrition Survey. It has also been established that consistent under-nutrition can lead to stunting.  Stunting has been linked to health issues in adulthood such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and even obesity.

Nestlé Philippines, in partnership with the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology, ABS-CBN, and Facebook, has launched a movement called United for Healthier Kids (U4HK) to help address the serious problem of child malnutrition in the country.


Mommies, I believe that you can relate with this. I have five kids and it’s really was a big problem when they are on the stage when you can’t stop them on what they are doing and changing diaper time comes. I even tried to let them wear underwear with their diaper just to make sure that the diaper will fit comfortably.

You always keep a careful eye on your little one’s changing needs because you want what’s best for your baby. When your baby learns to move around – crawling, standing, walking, playing -- the entire diaper-changing experience also changes. As he becomes more active, changing time becomes an unpleasant experience for him as he kicks and turns around, eager to go back to playtime, which may result to diaper’s poor fit. Not an enjoyable experience for your baby, right? And we know you don’t want your baby having a hard time. Good thing there’s now a diaper designed for your active and playful baby.

With the new Huggies Dry Pants, there is now a faster, more convenient and hassle-free way to change diapers — one that is easier and more comfortable for your baby!

The Big Fun Event : Jollitown at SMX

It seems like magic when you say the word Jollibee to the kids. Imagine, as early as 6 pm; my kids are up and ready to visit SMX Convention Center in Pasay last Oct 26, 2014. Jollibee celebrated National Kids Month by bringing to life the most loved kiddie show with Jollitown: The Big Fun Event.

My little ones are getting ready, eating a heavy breakfast from Jollibee for the day ahead

Dandrew is ready

the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Surprise Youreself

Have you ever thought of becoming a better version of yourself? Let’s face it, the thought of change may be scary. Change can be as simple as getting a haircut or as big as moving to a new country, but change is nothing to fear. By accepting change and stepping out of your comfort zone, you might even surprise yourself and discover that life can better.

Let’s start with your mobile phone. If you’ve long been using a run-of-the-mill smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will definitely push you out of your comfort zone and surprise you with the new things that you can do.  It showcases new and improved features that can change the way you do things from ordinary to exciting.

If you’ve been using a small screen, its large Super AMOLED QHD Screen will definitely astound you by surrounding you with colors that make watching videos a far clearer, richer experience. The Note 4 features a 5.7” inch screen for a vividly detailed expression beyond the limits of the human eye.

The Winner of Hansel Cracker #CrackerCatchin Contest: Kariz

Fun, fun, fun and a lot more of fun stuff, that’s what life, is all about. And Hansel Cracker’s commercials are what it stands for. Fundosenang Sarap, fundosenangsaya. Hansel Crackers really did it, they made people use Hansel Crackers in the most creative and fun way. Just imagine doing fun stuff and winning P25, 000.00 pesos; how that peoples.  CrackerCatchin; Hansel Crackers recent contest gave away awesome prizes and on top of that, they bring out the best in every contestant that joined the contest with their remarkable entry.

Hansel Crackers awarded Kariz Anne Dumagsang, the week 3 winners as the grand winner of the 15-second video at @HanselCrackersPH. Her video stood out among the rest as she performed a simple yet complex routine to show how fun Hansel Cracker is. She was awarded last Oct. 11 at Market Market, her entry was chosen by Republic Biscuit Corp.

Nurturing Homegrown Talent Can Lead to Country’s Success

Talented, gifted; I really don’t know which is which but what I know is; my children are good on what they do.  When they were in pre-school, I was inform that I children should have an extracurricular. I was to choose between music, dance and sports. It was actually my choice to enroll them into music and dance; taking up violin lesson and ballet class. That was more than 14 years ago and I never regret that decision because they are now known in their chosen fields.  As a sample, my 2nd daughter Jem who is a 4th year student in UST taking up Music Education is already a member of the MPO and the current concert master of the UST Orchestra. My youngest girl; Jessa is a 1st year student at UP Diliman is taking up Bachelor in Music major in Dance is already a company scholar  of  Ballet Philippines. (she was a member of  during her Makiling Ballet school year).
Jem Tangalin


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