“This tv sets were given to further strengthen the on-going mental health and psychosocial support and lessen the burden of depression to evacuees. It is equipped with flash drives containing popular value-laden stories for children, videos for physical fitness, health infomercials promoting proper hygiene, oral health care and other tips in maintaining good health and proper nutrition for preventing the onset and spread of diseases.”
“Hindi lang ito for information dissemination, magagamit din ito for recreation at entertainment pleasure upang mabawasan ang kanilang nararamdamang lumbay at makapagbigay sa kanila ng pag-asa,” he emphasized. depression
The 6 sets of LED TV were distributed to the following evacuation centers namely PUP-Sto.Tomas Campus, Main Evacuation Center Brgy 3 (two sets), General Malvar Memorial School and Paaralang Elementarya ng San Antonio located in Sto. Tomas City. Four LED TVs were given to evacuation centers in Pagaspas Elementary School, Pantay Matanda, Pantay Bata and Bagumbayan in Tanauan City.
Janairo disclosed that a total of 165 LED TV sets will be delivered and installed to identified evacuation centers as part of the department’s innovative ways to promote health information and dissemination, especially to children.
“We will continue to monitor and provide all the needed health services to evacuees and make sure that they receive all the health care they need,” Janairo concluded.