August 9, 2011

DOH Breastfeeding TSEK

DOH Breastfeeding TSEK is a public health education campaign which encourages mothers to exclusively breastfeed their babies and educates them about the health benefits of breastfeeding. TSEK, stands for Tama (immediate and appropriate brestfeeding within one hour of birth), Sapat (sufficiency of mother' milk in nutrients and quantity) at EKsklusibo (exclusive breastfeeding of just pure mother's breast milk for six months.

In its fight against hunger, infant deaths and maternal mortality, the Department of Health, joined hands with the Armed Forces of the Philippines, and the Quezon City Government to improve child health through exclusive breastfeeding held yesterday at the QC Memorial Cirle.

Here with QC Vice Mayor, Joy Belmonte

The event was hosted by Dr. Eric Tayag, Assistant Secretary DOH

With AFP Representatives

This Breastfeeding campaign was made more joyful when I saw my high school friend, Theela Buen...
...and Abbey Tomas of Protege, whom I last saw at Arnel Pineda Exclusive Meet & Greet

This was the shirt worn by Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte's staff

I may not be a public servant but this is a simple way of doing my share...but who knows, maybe in the future, why not? My father was a 3-term Barangay Captain. My uncles and cousins are into public service also. Hmmm, we'll see...

8 comments:

  1. "I may not be a public servant but this is a simple way of doing my share...but who knows, maybe in the future, why not? My father was a 3-term Barangay Captain. My uncles and cousins are into public service also. Hmmm, we'll see..."

    You are already serving with what you are presently doing...but yes, who knows? We'll see, indeed!

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  2. OO nga we don't have picture together in this event maybe next activity of Q.C. Anyhow, our Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte is an advocate of projects relative to women's and children's health. Not only that you should have seen the urban farming in the Quezon City Circle. It is also the project of the Vice Mayor's Office.

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  3. Imagine DOH and AFP parang d bagay pero for the benefits of little one tlagang supportive cla. Girl matagal ka na nagseservse passport to heaven yan kahit d ka maging politician but if that's your fate count me in as your supporter.

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  4. Ate Chel: Alam ko nasa dugo ko ang mag public service, pero ang pulitika, mahirap na. Naalala ko si Papa noon, sa sobrang gustong makatulong, ay naubos ang oras na dapat ay para sa pamilya

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  5. Theela: WOW! ang saya ko, unang beses kong nakita na nag komento ka dito, salamat kaibigan!

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  6. Sie: talagang binigyan mo ng panahon ang pagsulat ng Filipino. Salamat nakababata kong kaibigan.

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  7. Ako nga rin, I always have a ministry but politics is something I wouldn't want to get into...nadala na yata tayo sa mga tatay natin, hahaha!!!

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  8. woot woot!! ang daming kaganapan nmn n yan JOY!

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Thank you for the joyful comments!