A new video, available on YouTube and Facebook, aims to encourage parents to provide their children with the right foundation they need for a healthy tomorrow.
“With You Through Every Tomorrow” shows typical Filipino families in familiar settings going through the ups and downs of the parenting journey—a couple going through the wonders of pregnancy; a child’s determined attempts to perfect a craft; a parent’s steady and guiding hand throughout a child’s learning journey; and a parent’s pride with a child’s every achievement.
In the background, an original musical composition captures the bond between a parent and a child.
The video was developed as part of Wyeth Nutrition’s efforts to help parents understand their roles in addressing the nutritional requirements of their children to help them reach their full potential and live healthier lives. It gently reminds parents of the importance of their presence and support, as well as that of proper nutrition.
“Wyeth Nutrition is an expert in nutrition that Filipino parents have always trusted, and through this video, we hope to remind parents that we remain their committed partner in bringing up their children to be healthy and ready for the challenges of the future,” said creative content manager Migs Marfori.
Wyeth Nutrition offers solutions that meet the evolving needs of children and their families, drawing from its expertise in understanding and providing for their nutritional needs.
“We are committed to advancing nutrition innovation by developing high-quality nutritional products that are scientifically designed to address the changing needs of Filipino families,” said head of communications Miko Acuña.
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