Oishi 10th FCAFF Springfest Bike Challenge 2012
March 25, 2012
Macapagal Ave, Pasay City
Department of Health
Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Campaign on the Ill-Effects of Smoking
March 15, 2012
6AM TO 10AM
CCP Complex, Pasay City
Registration Fee: FREE
Registration Area: On-Site
Department of Health is promoting Healthy Lifestyle Campaign to public through BIKING. In view to this, the Center of Health Development for Metro Manila, in partnership with the Framework Convention Alliance for Tobacco Control Philippines (FCAP) and the local government units is organizing the “Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Campaign on the Ill-Effects of Smoking.”
The fun ride will be on March 15, 2012 (Thursday) from 6am to 10am at the Liwasang Ulalim, CCP Complex, Pasay City.
DOH will be giving out 900 FREE JERSEY to all participants. Be there and bring your bike. Free jerseys to be given to bikers site.
To reserve your slot, please fill up this online form https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEdTNTVOWHBZYzZpVHVQSFE4S1psaGc6MQ#gid=0
Type: Free/Advocacy Ride
Level of Riding: Intermediate (willing to meet/be traffic) Pace10-15kph
Bike for the Millennium Development Goals – Cycle out of Poverty CMR (September 18, Saturday)
is a bicycle ride of the United Nations Millenium Campaign and the Firefly Brigade in partnership
with the cities of Manila, Pasay, Makati and the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Bicycle enthusiasts and non-motorized transportation advocates are encouraged to participate in a leisurely ride through three cities to create awareness for the need to push for the achievement of the Millenium Development Goals with focus on environmental sustainability.
The Bike for MDGs is a part of the Stand Up and Take Action Campaign, a three-day global mobilization of citizens that calls for leaders of rich and poor countries to take urgent action to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of eight specific, measurable, time-bound goals aimed at significantly reducing, if not eradicating extreme poverty.
The Bike for the MDGs also serves as a lead-up activity to the MyStreet Party where an online youth portal for monitoring and improving LGU’s MDG performance will be launched.