Thursday, October 10, 2013

Luxury Treats at Nail It! minus the price

Nail it! Valero, Makati opened last October 3 and I readily gave in when was invited to try out its services.
Eyelash extension is a meticulous process but worth the pain!

Wide variety of imported nail polish to choose from

My friend Joy, shows off her awesome french tips!

I chose the leopard nail art design for my manicure and pedicure

My sore feet looks and feels good after a footspa and a designer nail art pedicure

Highly-trained staff waits on you as they clean your hands and feet in a warm, luxurious soak. They buff your tired feet to perfection.

Go to Nail it! Valero Plaza, Makati City and see the pampering line ups they have to offer. For queries, drop them a line at (02) 404-6722.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Rent.Ph can help you find your Perfect Abode

The excitement of finding your dream house is sometimes overpowering. There are some hidden costs to finding and renting an apartment. While house hunting can be a lot of fun, moving can also be stressful as it involves money. Whether it is your first time to move your family to a new community or not, you the thrills or frustrations of moving can get overwhelming.
It can be quite difficult to sort out exactly how to find your ideal property even when you have a definite idea of what you are after. Will you be able to visit our desired area to check details in a week’s visit? Do you have time to get yourself familiarized with the community and the range of property it offers?

Good thing, guide to rentals such as Rent.ph helps you take the first step in your exciting leap! There are disadvantages and advantages to renting an apartment so it is crucial to analyze these and determine what you need most from your home before deciding what to do.
Rent.ph (www.rent.ph) provides accurate information so that you'll know exactly what you need to know before you sign the lease. Rent.ph provides you with access to information about properties, its amenities, to points of contact, checklists, and lessor-tenant information. Just fill in details about your home search and you will get started in no time. You just sign-in and get to work! This application gives you the option of storing the apartment option you previously viewed. With user-friendly interface that allows you to creating a custom searches, looking for your ideal dwelling place is made easy.
This property finder will help you look for the perfect space in your preferred location/setup and suggest options within your specific budget! After keying in all your preferences you look for in a home, the site will search the right prospective renters - including addresses and telephone numbers.
Rent.ph does away with the difficult and time consuming activities it takes to find a property. It attempts to match all your requirements. By giving a short list with photos and property details selected from the list, you save time and money otherwise spent on viewing unsuitable properties. It unburdens you the stress and strain out of the whole renting process in finding the right property, in the right areaat the best possible price.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

UNDP aims for a Resilient Philippines

Last October 2, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)held a Blogger Forum last their Makati Head Office. Part of the agenda were discussions on Climate Change Adaptation, Food Security and Nutrition.



UNDP Country Director in the Philippines, Mr. Toshihiro Tanaka, gave a summary of what his organization hopes to achieve in the coming years.

Mr. Praveen of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) shed light on the chronic hunger problems that beset the world. In the Philippines, he mentioned that there is 1 hungry person out of 4. There are a lot of low income Filipino families who want to make healthy meals but are struggling to do so. Hence it is important to disseminate information on what the WFP’s life-saving global food assistance can do to alleviate this problem.

WFP is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. In 2010, WFP aimed at feeding more than 90 million people in 73 countries by uniting organizations and individuals committed to solving world hunger. Aside from providing food to hungry food, WFP also implements nutritional programs, maternal health care education and fosters medical assistance to HIV/AIDS patients. In time of calamities and man-made disasters, WFP also provide quick food distribution and emergency logistical support.

Armed with statistics, Mr. Aristeo A. Portugal of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), explained what their agency is targeting in line with the Food Security thrust of UNDP. Climate change affects our farming activities and this poses a threat to our Food Security. In the Philippines, just like the rest of the world, family farming is encouraged in order to ensure human right to healthy food. The right to quality food is an inalienable right of all citizens. To ensure this, the Philippine government together with private organizations and partners join hands in creating appropriate conditions for the local population to enjoy this right. By driving towards expanded sustainable production, Zero Hunger 2015 will be within reach.

UNDP calls for relentless effort among the locals to eradicate hunger from the Philippines. The participation of Philippine society will be a key element to address hunger and poverty issues that beset the country. UNDP seeks to the involve civil society to commit them to action as part of its food security mobilization process. UNDP builds partnerships that enlist experts in food security, research institutes, private companies and individuals to advocate policy changes needed to achieve goals. This way, all can work together to support initiatives aimed at improving the living standards of poor farming communities in the Philippines.

The third leg of the Bloggers Forum is set on October 16th. Come join in UNDP chat with the ILO Director (Lawrence Jeff Johnson) on youth employment and with the UNAIDS Country Coordinator (Teresita Bagasao) on HIV/AIDS at the ILO Conference Room.
If you want to know more on how you can support UNDP initiatives and programs, do visit the UNDP Facebook page. You may also follow them on twitter to get more information and updates.
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