Taguig holds jingle writing contest
Join the #BakunaWednesday Jingle writing contest and showcase your talent in music composition! The City Government of Taguig, through the City Health Office, invites everyone to participate in this exciting competition that aims to emphasize the significance of Routine Immunization in preventing diseases and promoting good health.
The contest is open to the general public, and participants are expected to create a 30-second jingle that includes a key message promoting #BakunaWednesday. The lyrics must also tag @HealthyPilipinas and @ilovetaguig, and the entry must be original, relevant, and clear. Accompaniment may be added to the jingle.
All entries and duly accomplished entry forms must be submitted on or before April 19, 2023, to [email protected], together with the recording of the jingle in mp3 format and a copy of the lyrics. A total of 15 finalists will be chosen, to be announced on April 20, 2023, and their entries will be posted for social media engagement from April 21-25. The winner will be determined based on adherence to the theme (50%), quality, originality, and creativity (40%), and social media engagement (10%).
The winning jingle entry will be used as the official Jingle of Taguig's Routine Immunization Program, and the winners will receive the following prizes: 1st Place - P10,000, 2nd Place - P8,000, 3rd Place - P5,000. Unoriginal entries will be automatically disqualified.
Routine immunization is crucial in preventing the spread of diseases, particularly among infants and children. The #BakunaWednesday campaign aims to encourage parents and guardians to bring their children to the health centers for vaccination against BCG, Hepa B, Penta, PCV10, OPV, IPV, and MR or MMR vaccines.
Join now and be part of the city's efforts to promote the importance of Routine Immunization to our health. Show off your musical talent and make a difference in the lives of our fellow citizens. Don't miss this opportunity to contribute to our community's well-being.
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