Sunday, March 29, 2015

What Every Family Member Should Do to Maintain an Orderly Home

My attention was caught one afternoon when my daughter complained about how difficult it is to clean her small dollhouse. After only a couple of days from previous cleaning, it was again dusty. I good-naturedly kidded her to imagine my own frustration at looking at how our own home seem to self-destruct with chaos days after a thorough general cleaning. 

To think that her dollhouse doesn't even have live people in it to make it dirty and yet it still needs regular cleaning. How much more a house that accommodates family members who will not always be willing to share in the responsibility of maintaining it? Family members should know that keeping a house in order is a shared responsibility. Not one member should solely bear it since everyone in the family gets to enjoy living in it. 

Here are some things which every family member should do to maintain an orderly home.

1. Pick Up After Yourself 

Very few people can claim to have a personal assistant who will always pick up and clean the mess they leave behind. Now, even if you do, I doubt that everything will always be smooth-sailing at the home-front if you will never learn to pick up after yourself. If every member of the family assumes that someone else will do the cleaning up after, imagine the amount of cleaning-up that needs to be done by the unlucky one.

2. A Place for Everything and Everything in Its Place

Life at home is really much simpler if family members know where to look for the things they need. The secret is having a place for everything and making sure that everything is in its place.  It only takes one family member to "forget" where he or she has placed a particular item to create a need to literally turn the house inside out once it is needed again. Such a waste of precious time.

3. Clean By Sections

I know how ideal it is to be able to clean the whole house in one gigantic sweep but let's be realistic. It will not always be possible. In fact, to some, it is impossible. Thus, cleaning by sections is the next best option. The sense of accomplishment increases at every finished section. Besides, maintaining a home is a continuous process so by the time you are finished with the last section, it is probably time to start again. One way to go about this more quickly is to assign specific areas to every member, appropriate to age and capability.

4. Clean the Small Mess

The obvious reason for a big mess is accumulated small messes. Family members should avoid the temptation of postponing cleaning up small messes by reasoning out that it is not yet needed precisely because they are still "small". You may find it hard to believe how fast these small clean-up issues pile up. 

5. Declutter Now

One of the hardest part in cleaning up is having so many clutter that it becomes difficult to move around. Resist the temptation to just move clutter around the house. Face clutter one at a time and decide which items need to go. The ones that need to be kept must have a final storing destination so that the tiring selection process need not be repeated. 






My Say


Looking at the picture of our own home above, the state of disarray may not be very obvious. Believe me when I say that it is in such a state that my son who has allergy to dust has been having persistent allergy attacks lately. Believe me when I say that we cannot seem to find the things we need. Believe me when I say that the tall weeds in our garden are making it look like it has not been attended to for months. 

That said, we love our home but we know we need to exert more effort to maintain a healthy atmosphere especially since my daughter is still recuperating from her recent sickness. I do not exactly know what my husband and I can do more since we are technically maxed out from physical work. That is why we need every help we can get from our children. I'm sure they will not let us down.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Supporting My Champs

My children have always been my personal champs. Just like any other parent, it is in my interest to see them attain their full potential at every aspect of their lives. This starts at every waking day of our lives.




The start of the day can be a real challenge especially for students like my own two children. This week is more stressful being an exams week for both. All the more reason to ensure that they start the day right with a satisfying breakfast. Easier said than done though with my youngest daughter who really find it hard to wake up, much more finish her food. But parents need to do what we need to do, right?




So I make sure that she finishes her breakfast. It's a good thing that drinking her Milo doesn't require much effort. From what I gathered, Milo contains the malt extract PROTOMALT, which is a mixture of different types of carbohydrates that provide energy and nutrients that the body needs. It is also known to be formulated with a combination of malted barley, milk powder, sugar and cocoa, coupled with the goodness of ACTIGEN-E, a combination of B vitamins and micronutrients. That is precisely the kind of energy needed by my children. 

Everyday, I have to think of something to wake her up with. This morning, I had something special for her to do. We just bought a 1-kilo Milo pack yesterday that came with a free Milo Champ Towel Ball. I asked her to put the ball in water and see what happens. The transformation from ball to towel surely woke her up, prompting her to ask me if she can get another design. She has already decided right there and then that the towel goes to her brother since it has a basketball design. There are actually 3 designs available.


My Say

As you can see in the picture below, both my children are all set to go for the morning. They are truly in high spirits as today is the last day of their exams, marking the end of hard work for the school year. It will soon be vacation time but my support for my champs continue as they now put their attention to enhancing another side of their development through recreation and other summer activities. There is one thing though that is not about to change whatever the season, and that is starting the day with a warm mug of Milo.



Monday, March 2, 2015

Sweet Celebrations with Krispy Kreme

Celebrations are almost always sweet, sometimes bittersweet, but sweet never the less. In the Filipino setting, sweet food is a staple in every occasion. One of the most convenient to bring is a box of delicious doughnut. It is a hit among adults and children alike, with the choices so varied, especially with the entry of international names like Krispy Kreme.






























Krispy Kreme's 1000th Shop

Krispy Kreme had its own celebration recently with the opening of its 1000th shop located in Kansas City. The exciting thing about this event is that it shared the happiness all over the world by giving away at least 1,000 doughnuts at every participating outlet. Imagine how many people got to enjoy the taste of the Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnut.





It was very interesting to see how Krispy Kreme dougnuts were made and a special event at Krispy Kreme The Fort made it possible. There is obvious pride in letting customers see for themselves just how much care goes into making each and every piece. I even got the chance to try decorating doughnuts, tapping into whatever creativity I may have within me.






With the help of a a friendly Krispy Kreme personnel, I tried my hand on dipping doughnuts in chocolate frosting and decorating them with colorful icing. Mommies like me would be glad to know that this booth can be made available for children's parties. I'm sure children will have the time of their life not only decorating but eating their own creations.


My Say

I have always been a sweet tooth. No meal is complete without anything sweet after. The same goes with the rest of the family. Every single day offers a reason for sweet celebrations. Nothing beats the satisfaction of seeing the joy in their eyes when I hand them my "pasalubong" of Krispy Kreme doughnuts. After all celebrations, need not always be big. They can be celebrations for each and every day spent with people who matter to us, made sweeter by delicious food shared together.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Ordinary Day, Extraordinary Love

My husband and I have counted many Valentine's Days together but I honestly cannot think of one that I find memorable in the usual way most would define the word. Something always comes up to prevent a celebration filled with flowers, chocolates, and all the sweet things associated with it. Family concerns, work, and even financial limitations almost always manage to make Valentine's Day an ordinary day for us. This year was no different.
























Image Source: Prawny

Going Commercial

Like most women, I had romantic ideas of what a perfect Valentine's Day celebration would be. You know, the stuff of which commercialized Valentine's day celebrations are made of - gifts, candlelit dinner, and some sort of "public display of affection" just enough to make onlookers sigh with a hint of envy and not disgust...ha ha ...those were the days. I admit there was a time I wished that my husband would have been more showy during our boyfriend-girlfriend days especially when my female office-mates would get their flowers and chocolates delivered to the office on V-Day. 

I would get my flowers and chocolates as well but he prefers to bring it to me at home. He would bring food as well so we won't have to go out and compete with all the other couples for the best dining or concert scene seats for the day which was the "in" thing to do during our time. Although I actually appreciated what he did and preferred the same set-up, there was still a part of me that wanted to be part of the crowd and go commercial. Fortunately in time, I wised up and realized the value of what we have.

Realization

Now that we are much older, Valentine's Day has even become more an ordinary day that comes and go, year in and out. However cliche it may seem though, we continue to discover and show how much we value each other not in a single day but in every single day that we spend together. This is not withstanding the disagreements that we still have after being together for so many years.

One day last week, both of us were feeling particularly exhausted, what with all the domestic and work responsibilities we had to deal with daily. Neither one of us felt like driving to Manila knowing the frustrating road traffic condition awaiting us there. Since we had to accomplish one important task that day and really had to be in Manila, we decided to take the bus instead, hoping that it would be a more relaxing option. It actually turned out to be a happy trip down memory lane.

Remembering

We usually took the bus during our dating days and we had so much fun talking about anything under the sun. We were so focused on each other then. As our responsibilities grew through time, there was barely time to stay put, much less talk idly. Without meaning to, there was some kind of disconnect that occurred. Neither one of us talked  about it but we both knew and felt it.

The bus trip that we took finally paved the way to reconnect. We both missed talking with each other without time constraint. With only the time for fetching our children from school as a main consideration, we practically had the whole day to ourselves. We were in no way pressured even if we had to complete a very important task that day. After all, we were together.

My Say

I may not have a spectacular Valentine's Day celebration to boast of but I'm fine with that. I will not be a hypocrite and say that I would not love to be on some getaway trip with my husband but I am happy to say that I can live with it if the opportunity does not present itself. And knowing us, we would be happiest if we could have such a trip together with our children.

That said, even if Valentine's Day is seemingly an ordinary day for us, I am certainly grateful for the extraordinary love we share not only during the day but the rest of the year as well.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The Easy-Palit Experience for Baby with Huggies Dry Pants

Taking care of babies has never been easy. Young mothers of today are much luckier when it comes to matters of convenience compared to mothers like me who went through the experience much earlier. One case in point is the availability of products like the Huggies Dry Pants which is not only convenient for mothers but to babies as well resulting to an Easy-Palit experience.


Huggies Dry Pants

Babies do not react very well when their playtime is interrupted. Huggies Dry Pants make it possible for mothers to change their babies' diaper without having to lay down their playful tots. A snug "saktong fit" is ensured together with up to 10-hour dryness. Mothers just need to add less than P1.00 to the price of the current taped diaper to have the feel of the Easy-Palit experience.



























The all-around elastic waistband of Huggies Dry Pants  provides comfort and helps prevent red marks even during the child's most active play. The dual dryness system consisting of 100% breathable outer cover and the quick dry layer keeps fluid away from baby's skin. Removal of soiled pants is very easy courtesy of its tear-away side seams.


Step, Step, Up!

Changing diapers with Huggies Dry Pants is easy as 1, 2 , 3: left foot in, right foot in, and pull up so it is just STEP, STEP, UP. With these three simple steps, the dreaded diaper changing task becomes fun and playful. 



















This commercial will show just how easy and fun it could be:




My Say

Having had taken care of three children of my own, I can attest to how challenging it could be to take really good care of them especially during their diaper days. It certainly helps to have products like Huggies Dry Pants to make the task easier so there will be more time for the other equally important things that need the mothers' attention as well. Of course, easy diaper changing results to happier babies and mothers too.




That said, no matter how difficult it was during my time especially when I was using mostly cloth diapers for my eldest child, I wouldn't forego the experience of motherhood. I can only look back at the most difficult diaper changing situations I were in with fondness and amusement. They will forever be etched in my heart, together with all the other memories I hold dear.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Waiting for Pope Francis

Like most Filipinos, our family eagerly awaited for the arrival of Pope Francis in the Philippines today. It did not matter that we were not able to go physically to the welcome route. The first glimpse of his face from the window of the plane that brought him to our land as seen on our TV screen was enough to fill our hearts with joy and hope.




The Pope Francis Charisma

What is so special about Pope Francis? So many things have been said about his simplicity and down-to-earth nature that have endeared him even to non-Catholics. His persona goes beyond the external manifestations like opting for simpler papal vestments, using public transportation whenever possible, and living in the guesthouse adjacent to St. Peter's Basilica rather than the papal apartments of the Apostolic Palace used by his predecessors.

It is the evident humility of a leader who preaches service to others and actually starts with himself. Wherever he goes, he is quick to remind the faithful to focus on the message he brings in the name of Jesus rather than himself. Admittedly, that is somewhat hard to do, especially for a society that continually hungers for a clear symbolism of the good in these very turbulent times.





























The Mission of Pope Francis

Pope Francis brings with him the message of Mercy and Compassion. This serves as a fitting reminder especially to the Catholic flock that our faith will have more significance when it instills in us the value of practicing it with mercy and compassion towards other people. Bestowing mercy and compassion is not simply limited to the materially poor but also to those who are suffering from any form of deprivation.

Seeing the big crowd patiently waiting even for the briefest glimpse of Pope Francis as shown in the live coverage of several networks, I just couldn't help but wonder how greatly impacting it would be to our society if each and everyone would decide to follow the pope's lead towards practicing mercy and compassion. The smile on the faces of the people who were able to see him up close is indeed a refreshing sight compared to the grief that has become very familiar on screen with the passing of several natural calamities. Even I who was just watching from afar felt a lightness within as he breezed through the crowd like a holy apparition. 

My Say

Many of us have been waiting for the Pope's arrival in our country. While I was able to join the crowd in Pope John Paul II's last visit here, that would probably be impossible for me to do now. I would have liked to do so with my family especially for his scheduled visit to my alma mater, the University of Santo Tomas but alas there are commitments to take care of. 

That said, my enthusiasm for his visit is not at all dampened. I know that the strength of our faith is not measured merely by our physical presence in such momentous events. My family and I share in Pope Francis' call to minimize focusing on ourselves to be of service to others especially to those who are in dire need of assistance. While Pope Francis may not be able to miraculously remove all the ills in our society, here's hoping that we can find that inspiration to create the miracle starting from ourselves.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Coca-Cola Signs of Happiness: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs

Business signs didn't matter much to me then. Except when they are exceptionally unique or humorous, I probably wouldn't even notice them. That was before I saw this video from Coca-Cola. Today, whenever I see one, I wonder at the story behind it and think of the person and reason behind it.





Women Entrepreneurs in the Philippines

Women have always been at the very foundation of businesses whether be it in small-scale sari-sari stores or in big corporations. In the Philippine setting, this is very evident in small to medium-sized businesses where the women entrepreneurs are into the day-to-day operation. We usually see them performing all roles related to the business, seeing no need to make any distinction as long as it will help push the business forward.

It is no secret that most women face many barriers when they try to succeed in the marketplace. It was never easy to penetrate it and it still isn't. Recognizing that women all over the world form the pillars of the business system, Coca-Cola has taken the initiative to help women entrepreneurs through the 5by20 Program.





The 5by20 Program of Coca-Cola

The 5by20 program of Coca-Cola is the company's global commitment to empower 5 million women entrepreneurs throughout its value chain composed of producers, distributors, recyclers, suppliers, retailers, and artisans. It seeks to address the most common barriers encountered by women in their bid to succeed in business. This it hopes to do by providing women access to business skills training courses, financial services, and connection with peers and mentors. Through this initiative, these women are expected to gain the confidence that comes with building a successful business. The target year is 2020, thus the name of the program.

In the Philippines, it is quite common to see small businesses named after their owners. This has much to do with the sense of pride that goes with owning a business. Women entrepreneurs display such pride and they show it in their business signs. 

To understand this behavior a lot better, watch this special Coca-Cola Video entitled Signs of Happiness. The visible signs we see are signs of happiness since every business owned by a woman does not only benefit herself and her family but the community as well. That is the secret of happiness in operating a business - having a reason for being that goes beyond self.







My Say

Empowering women, such powerful words, often used nowadays but never really quite making the mark. This just goes to show that much has to be done to make it work on a sustainable level. It cannot be accomplished without several forces working together and established companies like Coca-Cola can do a lot to make it happen faster.

That said, we all have our respective responsibilities towards this goal. It goes both ways. Entities who have the funds and logistics to move this goal to fruition must make the move and we can do no less in our own capacity.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

The Perfect Christmas - Is it the Absence of Lack?

It is very easy to get caught up with the whole idea of having the perfect Christmas. Most people, including myself have visions of what could make our holidays perfect - whole and functional family, a beautifully decorated home, warm delicious food, new clothes, gifts for everybody, and that secure feeling that everything is taken cared of, financially or otherwise. Perfect isn't it?  But who has such perfection in his or her hands? It depends on how we define a perfect Christmas.





The Perfect Family

In every family, there are bound to be conflicts that rips it apart. The so-called black sheep may be causing monumental embarrassment to the family. Unspoken agreement of trust may have been violated. There are even deep, dark secrets that no one wishes to go back to or speak about. Sometimes, the effect of these circumstances are too much that there is nothing left to do but stay away from each other just to keep an acceptable degree of peace going on and so family members find themselves going their separate ways.

Being in a less than ideal family set-up can be very painful especially during the holidays. We see so many picture-perfect scenes of families around us that our "lack" seem to be more pronounced than ever. Friends in a sense can be our family but during holidays, most will be with their biological families. It is lonely to have no family to speak of back home.

The Material Prerequisites

Nowadays, it seems happiness has a monetary tag attached to it. This is not necessarily a selfish behavior. Even the simplest meal or cheapest gift that can put a smile on the face on our precious loved ones' face comes at a price. 

Let us not even talk about grand and lavish dreams and concentrate on the most basic "requirements" to celebrate Christmas. There are people who can barely make it day-to-day, much more come up with modest holiday preparations. Again, the more abundance we see around us, the more obvious our "lack" becomes.

My Say

Age has taught me a valuable lesson. I cannot have everything I want and therefore I will always "lack" something or at least feel that way at varying points in my life. Through time, I have learned to remove my focus on what I don't have but rather give due attention to what I have. Whatever I have now - my family, my work, my small joys and big challenges are all precious.

That said, do I yearn for the common idea of perfect Christmas where there is absence of lack? Sometimes I do but most of the time I don't because doing so leaves me frustrated, stressed, and even angry. These are the very emotions that I least need during such a wonderful day as Christmas. I resolve therefore to change my definition of Perfect Christmas as a season or day where I have what I and my family needs. I wish to be happy and I will never be such if I insist on having everything I want and so will you.

Have a Blessed Christmas everyone!

Saturday, November 22, 2014

3 Biggest Parental Fears

I hate to admit it. I am constantly in fear that something bad can happen to my children when I'm not looking. It is not because I do not trust them but the fear of what the bad elements of society can do to them can be so real at times especially when I hear the stories of grieving parents who had to face the ordeal of losing a child. Today, I had to endure three long hours of such fear and it literally felt like dying. It was a parent's worst nightmare. The remotest possibility that I could lose my child gripped my heart with stone cold intensity.

































Image Source: Prawny

This very recent experience brought me to a realization about parental fear. In my book, these are the 3 biggest parental fears that lurk in every parent's heart:

Fear for Our Children's Future

Most parents have a tendency to be afraid of not being able to provide for their children's future. The future is something so uncontrollable that it is impossible to fully ensure its outcome. The important thing here is to work on minimizing negative probabilities by investing in their education, both for academic and practical learning. While not all of us parents will be able to leave behind substantial material inheritance, making sure that our children are equipped to handle adult life and responsibilities well is the priority.

Fear of Failing Our Children

Children tend to put parents in a pedestal. Parents of course would not like to disappoint their children thus the great effort to hide character flaws, vices, and failure. We would not like to be the cause of our children's lowering of standards. Reality tells us though that hidden things come out one way or the other. This fear can serve as a motivation for us parents to do better as we guide our children in dealing with their own challenges and failures as well.

Fear for Our Children's Safety and Well-Being

Are parents of today becoming too paranoid when it come to children's safety and well-being? Can they be blamed for having such intense feelings of fear for their children's sake? Probably not, but this paranoia should not be the cause of unreasonably limiting our children's potentials. We can only do so much in protecting our own children and it will be impossible to be with them at all times. The best bet therefore is to train them in taking care of themselves.

My Story

Earlier today, we were unable to find our teenage son in the place where we agreed to meet after he went out with his friends. The agreement was my husband would fetch him once he's ready. We were surprised however to receive a text message from him to that effect, apparently more than one hour delayed. That started one of the most dreadful 3 hours of my life.

My husband quickly went to the appointed place after receiving the text and went back home after 2 hours without my son. It should be noted that the place is merely 5 minutes away from our home by car. My husband was already calling out my son's name even before he stopped the car in front of our house. He was hoping that our son  just came home by himself as he was nowhere to be seen in the agreed place. Upon confirming that he wasn't, I saw my own fear reflected on my husband's face.

Even before my husband came back, I had already called up one of my son's friend and confirmed that their group went their separate ways more than 2 hours earlier. All my son had to do was cross the street from their point of separation and he will reach our supposed meeting place. Clearly, the possibility of him just being late is definitely out of the question.

So what's the problem here?

This is our 14 year-old son who rarely go out without us. This is a boy who has not been exposed much to the reality that there are indeed bad people existing as we would proactively shelter him from the risk of encountering them. We were just starting to loosen our hold as we knew it's about time. It's about time to let him go step by step so he can discover the world, hopefully without getting hurt. And now this?

I was dressed up with the first clothes I can get my hands on even before my husband finished voicing his plea to me for help to find our son. The situation has become triple stressful since my husband has a heart condition and my youngest child has been reduced to tears already by then. I had to request our neighbor to just look out for my son in case he comes home and tell him not to go anywhere else before we all left to find him.

All sorts of dreadful scenarios were playing out in my mind. I was interchangeably praying silently and saying loudly for my son just to come home. I just wanted the feeling of dread to go away very quickly. I felt suffocated.

I knew that my husband already asked the guards in the establishment if they noticed our son but I simply had to ask again and both answered in the negative again. I was just about to request for CCTV access from the management when I saw the most welcome sight. It was my son entering the front door.

He was asking me what took us so long. He explained he just ate in a nearby store after waiting for almost 2 hours. That took some time as well because there were many customers in the food store as it was a weekend. All I managed was a hug and a few words of "Let's go home" while one of the guards confirmed that he actually saw my son earlier. I dare not say anything else as I was sure I was about to burst into tears, both from the stress and the feeling of relief.

My Say

Looking back, we could have easily prevented this stressful experience if my son had a mobile phone with him. My son is actually not fond of bringing one with him and will only do so when necessary. We all did not think much about the need since it was supposed to be the usual bring-and-fetch chore of parents. My son assured us that he can easily send us a message for any change of plans through any of his friends' phone. Besides, they were just in a mall 5 minutes away from our place so what can possibly go wrong? Apparently many.

We failed to consider other variables like the possibility of having delayed text messages. When my son's message from his friend's phone reached us more than an hour after, we were effectively very late then in fetching him. By the time my husband arrived at the meeting place, my son was probably in line buying his food nearby and everything else followed the domino effect.

It would have been very easy to contact him if he had a phone with him and we will not be forced to rely on asking his friends who last saw him more than 2 hours earlier.  

That said, now I know that we should not take anything for granted. Things happen so we should always prepare sensibly just like making sure that my children bring a phone with them especially when they're not with us. It also  makes sense to have a definite agreement about waiting to be fetched, which our family has.

This more or less covers matters like not going with strangers even when they say the instructions to fetch them came from us as well as informing us of any change of plans by whatever means possible. We try to make this kind of agreement for every possible situation like natural calamities and some other unexpected events. The main idea of these agreements is to find each other whatever happens.

For most parents, that 3-hour confusion and feeling of great dread is easy to identify with. For those who are unable to fully understand, try having your own child disappear from your sight without any explanation for mere seconds, then get back to me. 

Saturday, November 15, 2014

When a Clean Toilet Becomes a Reason to Celebrate

Most of us take having a clean toilet for granted, much more so just having a toilet for ready use. In many areas of the Philippines however, many less privileged communities do not have access to a single clean toilet facility. It is because of this sad truth that people affected by this lack sees the construction of a new toilet facility or even the repair of a dilapidated one as a reason to celebrate.



The Fiesta Star

In a typical fiesta scene, people will be rushing to the streets as they are drawn to the sound of a marching band. They expect to see the star of the celebration who could be a movie celebrity, a beauty queen, or a politician. Unilever Philippines through Domex, in its efforts to contribute to the One Million Clean Toilets Movement, created a video featuring a most unlikely star of a fiesta celebration - a new, clean toilet facility.

Domex Brand Manager Dennis Chua explains the reason for creating the "Fiesta" Domex video. He said that it is intended for people to realize the value of a toilet which most of us take for granted. Unilever Foods and Home Care President Benjie Yap adds that the company hopes that the video will raise awareness for toilet appreciation and sanitation. This is while helping less privileged communities gain access to clean toilet facilities.

Clean Toilets Towards Germ-Free Communities

People all over the country are becoming more and more aware of of the role of clean toilets in disease prevention especially among children. The Department of Health estimates that there are about 3,420 diarrhea-related deaths among children under 5 every year. These deaths are quite regretful especially with data showing that about 2,000 of these cases could have been prevented by having access to safe water, improved toilet sanitation, and personal hygiene.

My Say

I echo what Dennis Chua said that this video should serve as a wake-up call for all of us. The little things we take for granted like having a clean toilet are actually remote realities for many. We should be considering ourselves fortunate if we do have access to one.

That said, having a clean toilet can save millions of lives and we can do our part by simply watching the "Fiesta" video and asking our friends to watch it as well. Each unique view translates into a pledge for the advocacy campaign which collects pledges from households to conscientiously maintain their own hygienic bathrooms. For every pledge received, Domex will donate P5 to UNICEF’s sanitation program, towards improving access to basic sanitation in deprived areas around the world, including the Philippines.

Watch it now!



 

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