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Celebs find formula to combat dengue

Beauty queen turned model/actress Priscilla Meirelles Estrada graced the RED anniversary and grand launch recently at the Solaire Grand Ballroom. Together with her husband, John Estrada, actor Derek Ramsay, and Dr. Fracois Martin, they represented Kyzox Corp. as brand ambassadors and business partners.

 

Celebs find formula to combat dengue
From left: Derek Ramsay, Dr. Fracois Martin, Priscilla Meirelles Estrada and John Estrada
Kyzox Corp., the maker of the new-generation, all-natural anti-mosquito & anti-insect additives, conceived KYZOX Foundation which created the livelihood program, in partnership with different Rotary Clubs nationwide in donating anti-mosquito paints for schools, hospitals and orphanages. 

The Foundation also opens the opportunity for Senior Citizens and persons with disability (PWD) to sell devices and re-fills of their products in their respective barangays to make it accessible and available for everyone’s use.

Dengue and other deadly mosquito-borne diseases have been plaguing the country for many years now. That’s why it is of greatest importance that these products will be distributed and used in our communities. 

Kyzox Foundation aims “to protect every Filipino for free by integrating Anti-Mosquito derivatives in what they already use and afford to buy such as laundry detergent, paints, among others.” This is the philosophy of Kyzox’s founder, Dr. Francois Martin, a French Entomologist.

In cooperation with Miss Earth Foundation, its goal is to create awareness to communities in far-flung places around the country about the existing products which can completely eradicate mosquitos and the deadly diseases they carry and transmit.

Topics: Priscilla Meirelles Estrada , John Estrada , Derek Ramsay , Racois Martin , Kyzox Corp , Kyzox Foundation
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