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3 faces of battle. 3 faces of faith. 3 faces of hope.
On our second season, let’s look back at the stories of 3 strong women who mustered relentless courage to fight cervical cancer.
Join us this Sunday at 1PM, and once again be inspired by Ms. Danica Lopez, Ms. Elena Bautista, and Ms. Eden Guzman, as they bare their hearts with us going through the ordeal of having cervical cancer. Take part of our advocacy to spread awareness about cervical cancer. Please like and share this post. 


CerviQTV Season 2 | Episode 3: Pharma 24/7 with Grason Raypon

“Health is wealth” — an adage we’ve heard of countless times and has impacted a lot of lives now more than ever. At these trying times, ensuring your health is vital and access to medicine is highly important even during lockdown.
This Sunday, we will be joined by a young and budding entrepreneur who has seen an opportunity to bridge the gap between access to medicine and the need to limit outdoor mobility. Grason Raypon, a tech savvy guy, developed an online system to address the logistical issues on delivering medicine through an app he created. Watch us live today (Easter Sunday), at 1PM here on CerviQ.

CerviQTV Season 2 | Episode 2: Tanikala Ng Pag-Asa (Sining – Laya)

As the saying goes, “Life imitates art more than art reflects life.” But can art be used as a tool to afford a second chance in life?⁣
This is what we’ll tackle this Sunday, 1PM, here on CerviQ TV, with our special guest Captain Bryan Villaester. He’ll share this unique project called Sponsor-A-Release Program wherein Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDL) are trained to produce visual arts to fund the release of qualified PDLs under this program. This is in cooperation with BJMP Naic, BJMP Tagaytay, Rotary Club of Tagaytay City, friends, and supporters of this project.⁣

CerviQTV Season 2 | Episode 1: Tanikala Ng Pag-asa

Burden and Filth of Society — this is how prisoners are stereotyped. Yet, on their release, do they really attain liberty when they carry with them the associated stigma of having been in prison?⁣
This Sunday, 1PM here at CerviQ TV, “Daddy Eds” will join us to share the advocacy he started, together with his family, his colleagues in Rotary Club of Tagaytay City, and the local government of BJMP Tagaytay City, to bring back Hope, Dignity, and Liberty to Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDL).⁣