UNTV, katuwang ang Members Church of God International, pinangunahan ang blood donation sa Brazil

admin   •   June 18, 2014   •   8609

Ang ilan sa mga Brasileirong nakibahagi sa serbisyong publiko sa pamamagitan ng pagbibigay ng dugo na pinangunahan ng MCGI at UNTV sa Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (UNTV News)

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Ang paglawak ng naaabot ng mga napagkakalooban ng mga serbisyo publiko ng estasyon.

Dito sa Brazil, hindi lamang mga balita at impormasyon ang hatid ng UNTV para sa ating mga kasangbahay na mga Pilipino at mga Bresileiro kundi lalo na ang serbisyo publiko.

Sa pangunguna ni Mr.Public Service Kuya Daniel Razon, ang UNTV Brazil ay nagsagawa ng blood donation katuwang ang Members Church of God International sa pangunguna naman ni Brother Eli Soriano.

“Parabens UNTV!” (congratulations UNTV!), pahayag ng mga Brasileirong blood donor.

“Any volunteer that contributing blood is the most enormous gesture that anyone can do….you are contributing to life”, ani Flavio Franco ng Red Cross International.

Ang isang bag ng ating dugo ay maaaring makapagsagip ng 3 o 4 na buhay ng ating kapwa taong nangangailangan nito.

Kaya naman, ang mga miyembro ng Church of God International ng Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, hindi pinalampas ang pagkakataong makabahagi sa proyektong ito .

“Nagpapasalamat kami sa Dios sa pagkakataong naririto kami sa pamamagitan ng Pangunguna nina Brother Eli at Brother Daniel, natutunan namin ang ganitong mga bagay para makatulong sa ibang mga tao. Salamat sa Dios sa pagkakataon at muli ay may pagkakataon kami na makatulong sa iba…salamat sa Dios” (We would like to thank God for this opportunity with the leadership of Brother Eli and Brother Daniel, we learned to donate blood and help other people. Thanks be to God), saad ng isang Brasileirong blood donor na si Joao Paulo Chaves.

Ikinatuwa naman ni Philippine Ambassador to Brasil Eva Betita ang proyektong ito ng mga Pilipino dito sa South America.

“Mabuhay ang UNTV at sana ay magpatuloy kayo sa inyong mga gawain na hindi lamang mga Pilipino ang mga nakikinabang kundi ang mga Brasileiro at alam ko na ang programa ninyo ay hanggang sa Latin America ay nakakaabot…mabuhay ang UNTV..”

“It is a pleasure to have you here in Brazil, and I congratulate you for 10th anniversary… and now going abroad”, pahayag naman ni Henrique Eduardo Alves ng National Congress, Brazil.

Hanggang dito sa kabilang panig ng mundo, iba man ang lahi, iba man ang wika, malinaw na naiintindihan ang mga itinuturo at mga halimbawa ni Bro.Eli Soriano gaya ng pagtulong sa kapwa. (Dave Tirao, UNTV News)

PH envoy to Brazil could face charges for staff abuse

Marje Pelayo   •   October 28, 2020

Philippine Ambassador to Brazil Marichu Mauro

MANILA, Philippines — Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Locsin Jr. on Wednesday (October 28) vowed to address ‘to the fullest extent of the law’  the incidents of physical abuse by former Philippine Ambassador to Brazil Marichu Mauro against her household staff.

In a series of tweets, Locsin said the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will be “firm in meting out the appropriate sanctions and administrative or criminal charges” on the former envoy if results of the investigation on the matter would demand as such.

Locsin broke the news of Mauro’s recall from post on Monday (October 26).

The incident of physical abuse by Mauro against her staff was aired over Brazilian news outlet GloboNews with dates listed on the video footage as taken in March, August and October this year.

As the Philippine Ambassador to Brazil, Mauro also held concurrent jurisdiction over Colombia and Venezuela.

READ: PH envoy to Brazil recalled over alleged maltreatment of staff — DFA

DA lifts temporary ban on mechanically deboned poultry meat from Brazil

Marje Pelayo   •   September 7, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Agriculture (DA) announced Monday (September 7) that it is partially lifting the temporary importation ban on mechanically deboned poultry meat (MDM) from Brazil.

This, after the agency conducted a review of the measure based on available information provided by Brazilian authorities. 

The Brazilian government submitted documentary requirements ensuring the strict implementation of plans for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) prevention, infection control and occupational safety and health relative to the operations of foreign meat establishments. 

Agriculture Secretary William Dar clarified however, that the lifting of the temporary import ban only applies to  foreign meat establishments without a single worker that is COVID-19 positive.

The importation must be accompanied by a veterinary health certificate which proves that the meat was handled and processed in facilities with functional food safety management system and where stringent hygiene and sanitation measures are practiced. 

Likewise, the poultry products must carry a safe handling label and all importation must be for the sole use of an accredited meat processor. 

The DA warned that all shipments into the country that do not comply with the above conditions shall be confiscated.

NAIA Customs on alert after DA bans virus-contaminated poultry products from Brazil

Marje Pelayo   •   August 17, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Bureau of Customs (BOC) at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) heightened its alert status against possible entry of poultry products from Brazil.

This measure followed the recent order by the Department of Agriculture (DA) to temporarily prohibit the entry of such products after shipments of chicken wings from Latin American countries were found positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

In pushing with the standing order of Commissioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero to strengthen border control in all ports amidst continuing threats of COVID-19 virus, BOC-NAIA personnel are committed 24/7 to guard the country’s primary airport and its warehouses against attempts to import poultry products from Brazil in compliance with the latest advisory.

Since January of this year Port of NAIA has confiscated a total of 775.6 kgs of meat products without permits which arrived from African swine fever (ASF)- affected countries.

BOC-NAIA vows to continue to strengthen vigilance against entry of illegal goods and imports that pose health risks and will ensure safeguards to protect Filipino consumers, said District Collector Carmelita Talusan. 


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