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"4 O'Clock Habit" Campaign with DOH Set for Tomorrow!

It's the rainy season here in the Philippines, and together with rains and stock piles of water are dengue-carrying mosquitos as well.
4 o'clock Habit
4 o'clock Habit
With this in mind, the Department of Health, together with Sanofi Pastteur have joined hands in launching the campaign "Linisin Ang Kapaligiran, Dengue Ay Maiwasan" to raise awareness against dengue and for the 4 o'clock habit.

Tomorrow, August 18, 2015, Esteban Abada Elementary School will spearhead the launch in Quezon City through the Dengue Mission Buzz School Caravan 2015. The pre-program starts at 7am with the following set of programs:
  • 7:00 Registration of students
  • 7:30 General Assembly for the Parade 8:00 Dengue School Parade
  • 8:45 Arrival of Participants
  • Opening of Dengue Interactive Booths
  • Opening of Dengue On-line Terminals Intermission Number of Drum & Bugle Games on Stage
We are in particular curious about the "Dengue Booths" and "On-line Terminal" opening. The program proper will start at 9:45am:
  • Welcome Remarks by Dra. Alicia F. Masubay (Principal, Esteban Abada Elem. School)
  • Dengue Mission Buzz Advocacy by Dr. Joseph D. Lachica (Vaccine Polcy & Advocacy Manager,Sanofi Pasteur)
  • Partner Messages
    • Ms. Ching R. Santos (Country Manager, Sanofi Pasteur) 
    • Dr. Elizabeth E. Quesada (Schools Division Superintendent Division of City Schools Quezon City,CESO V)
    • Dir. Ariel I. Valencia (Director IV, Department of Health- NCRO)
    • Hon. Herbert M. Bautista (Mayor, Quezon City)
There will also be a Dengue Dance Competition for the Grade School Level and High School Level
Esteban Abada Elementary School
Map to Esteban Abada Elementary School
The program proper is then highlighted by the following :
  • 11:45 Dengue Educational Talk by Mr. Mark Anthony B. Capiral Sanitation Inspector 1
  • 12:30 Awarding of Certificate of Participation Awarding of Winners
  • 12:35 Closing Remarks by Dr. Rowell B. Romulo QCHD- Sanitation Division Chief
We are excited to meet special guests are Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and Ms. Ching Santos (Sanofi Pasteur Country Manager) in person. I think we are also going to learn a lot from the Dengue Educational Talk by Mr. Mark Anthony Capiral (Sanitation Inspector 1).

See you tomorrow at the "Linisin Ang Kapaligiran, Dengue Ay Maiwasan" 4 o'clock habit Campaign with Sanofi Pasteur & DOH.


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