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BDO Foundation rehabs health centers in Agusan, Iloilo, Quezon and Zamboanga

  As the Philippines continued to recover from the pandemic, the corporate social responsibility arm of BDO Unibank continued its efforts to help  improve the health and well-being of Filipinos.   Despite logistical limitations caused by COVID-19, BDO Foundation recently completed the rehabilitation of Maasin Rural Health Unit and Birthing Facility in Iloilo, Mampang Health Center in Zamboanga City, and Infanta Municipal Health Office in Quezon. It also renovated two rural health units (RHUs) in Agusan del Sur: Rural Health Unit and Reproductive Health Center Prosperidad, and Municipal Health Office and Reproductive Health Center La Paz.   The foundation has successfully rehabilitated a total of 126 RHUs since 2012, benefiting a total of 6.8 million people all over the country. The program benefits nursing mothers, infants and children, persons with disabilities, senior citizens and other patients. Most of these patients cannot afford to go to hospitals. Many live in remote and underse

Healthy Juices with Happy Day

When I was in fifth grade, I had frequent stomach pain and my aunt-pedia told me that I had hyper acidity. Mom then was clueless as to how it was triggered. She prepares our snacks for school and usually she packs sandwiches, cookies and pastries with tetra juices. Along with packed snacks is a small amount of money to buy what we need for the day. It was only when there were days when I don’t drink the juice that comes with my snack she found out that I buy sodas for my snack.

No one ever told me too much of soda was bad and if someone ever mentioned it, never it was reinforced in our school. The notion that it was served in our school canteen was enough way to convey that it was a healthy choice.

Recently, Happy Day, a juice brand, which promotes Healthy Beverage Options Act or House Bill 4021, aims to collect 5,000 signatures from 10 schools all over Greater Metro Manila and nearby provinces. To date, they already gathered 2,058 signatures and counting. The said act insists on the need for the regulation of the availability of beverages to children in schools. It also promotes education of children on the effects of consumption of too much unhealthy food and drinks, including sugar in the body.


The “Every Day is a Happy Day” program, which started in July, has gone to Create and Learning Paths School, Multiple Intelligence International School, Miriam College-Lower School, Makati Hope Christian School and De La Salle Zobel. Recently, Immaculate Heart of Mary College experienced an afternoon of entertainment with lots of information about 100% fruit juices.


Each liter of Happy Day 100% Orange juice contains the juice of about 2.5 kilos of sun-ripened oranges. This not only guarantees healthy highlights of drinking, but it also covers the daily requirement of Vitamin C with one glass. Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins for its ability to transport oxygen and hydrogen. It functions as a catcher of free radicals, improves the absorption of iron in the intestines, and protects against cancer, arteriosclerosis and heart attack among others. Aside from Vitamin C, B-vitamins, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, beta-carotene, cell defense substances, bioflavonoids, and selenium are found in every glass of Happy Day.

Choose among these six Happy Day 1L variants: Orange, Apple, Cranberry, Multivitamin, Orange Juice Bits, and Tomato. Kids will surely enjoy Happy Day 200ml in Apple and Orange flavors.








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