According to survey, fifty percent of children ages 1 to 14 who die in car crashes are unrestrained. That's why having a car seat is a must when you have kids from that age range. A child safety seat can reduce the risk of death by 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for children ages 1 to 4. Recently, a law has passed for "Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act of 2017,” it was approved by the House of Representatives last year, and is now for deliberation in the Senate.
Ms Camille Prats Yambao and her adorable Baby Nala partners with Joie, the maker of baby car seats, strollers, high chairs and baby carriers. Joie presents Ambassadors Ms Camille and baby Nala to the media on January 17 at Marco Polo Hotel, Ortigas.
Ms. Camille as a parent believes that car seats are important to all babies and toddlers. That its a must for every parents to buy car seats for the safety of their children when travelling.
Resting for a while after her daughter Nala was born in September 2017, Camille Prats Yambao is now back to work, and with a purpose.
This comes at an important time, because in the Philippines alone, it is reported that an average of more than 600 children have died in road crashes from 2006 to 2014. To help raise awareness for children’s safety when travelling, Philippine TV’s beloved princess, Camille Prats Yambao is partnering with a well-known global quality manufacturer of aby car seats, strollers, high chairs, and baby carriers. "I believe that safety is important, especially when we‘re on the road with our children,“ says Prats Yambao. “That's why I am so thankful that finally, we will soon be required to make sure our babies and children are protected while they are riding in vehicles. lt's also great that Joie, one of the best brands trusted by parents around the world for this purpose, is also now available here in the Philippines. Just how important are car seats for babies and kids?
According to the World Health Organization, a good car safety system with rear-facing restraint can reduce the risk of injury for children aged 0-4 by 80 to 90%. Compared to having only a seat belt, where the risk of injury for children is reduced only by 32%.
“I know that here in the Philippines, a lot of parents are not used to putting their babies and toddlers in car seats, but in other countries it has been required for a long time already, because of the safety factor. 80 it’s about time that we focus on keeping our children safe when travelling,” says Prats-Yambao. “Using the Joie car seat gives me peace of mind, and greater mobility too, while riding in the car. At least i don’t have to carry the baby all the time while on the road which is less hassle for me, and keeps the baby calm and happy,” she adds.
Since 2011, Joie has been making safety products for babies and toddlers worldwide , Popular in the UK, Europe and Middle East, the company’s high quality products are now available in the Philippines through their authorized distributor, Europlay Distributor Co. lnc. Camille Prats Yambao recommends Joie's Every stage car seat, which received the 2017 Mother & Baby Gold Best Car Seat (Group 1+) and 2016 Best Baby and Toddler Gear Consumer Choice: Gold (Group 0-1-2-3 Car Seat).
The Every Stage car seat is the ultimate transporter that makes growing up easy from birth to twelve years. Grows every which way for every which stage. Beginning as a rearward facing seat from birth to 18kg and converting to a forward facing seat from 9-36kg.
Camille currently uses and loves her newest Pact Lite stroller. An exclusive one-hand fast and flat fold stroller package. One of the smallest when collapsed. Comes with a custom carry bag and strap, ready to travel even on an airplane.
“I love to carry my baby, but let's face it when you go to the mall and you have to walk very long distances, carrying 15 kilograms or more for even just a few minutes can put stress on my back, which can actually be prevented when we use the stroller, so l really love to use it. When we visit our friends or go to other people’s houses, the baby stays in the stroller, and has her own space instead of putting her on the sofa or wherever,” shares Prats Yambao.