In a world where Pokemon Go has captured the imagination of millions, it’s been impossible to ignore its addictive nature.
Project Hazel, a group of children’s health professionals working to improve the lives of children in the Philippines, have a plan for tackling the phenomenon.
In an exclusive interview with BBC Sport, project manager Hazel Nuno explained how the idea for Project Hazell arose, how she was inspired to start her project, and why she believes the game has the potential to save lives in the region.
We need to be able to do things that are positive, so we decided to start with a very simple goal.
We wanted to do something that was simple and easy to implement, because that’s what we have to do to help kids.
So, we started with just a game.
It’s been hard to get children to go out to the playground, because there are many barriers.
In many cases, children have to be supervised at home or school to play.
So that was the first hurdle.
Now, the game is so addictive that it’s easy for children to just start playing it.
It’s a fun game, it can be challenging, and kids enjoy it.
We don’t have to worry about kids being bored.
We just have to make it fun.
In a country with a high percentage of people who are overweight or obese, it is estimated that around 1 in 10 children will become obese or overweight by the age of 30.
According to Project Hazelfare, the majority of children are overweight and many children struggle to cope with their weight.
As a result, they often struggle to achieve healthy weight.
Project Hazelfear is trying to change this by developing an innovative and practical intervention to help these children to lose weight and lose weight slowly.
It is hoped that by offering the game to children at a young age, we will make the environment more healthy and encourage them to eat well, and not to over-indulge in unhealthy foods.
Children are at risk of obesity if they are overweight.
Overweight and obesity are two of the most prevalent health problems among children in countries around the world, and this is one of the main reasons why we need to address the problem.
Over the past year, Project Hazeli has started to work with schools and clinics across the country to help children to overcome their weight problem.
The idea of Project Hazela came to Nuno when she was in school and her parents had a discussion with her about how to help her children.
She said she was not convinced that there was anything they could do.
She felt like there was something that they could offer to their children that they might not be able do for themselves.
So, after much research, Nuno decided to create a new game for children that would be more appropriate to the children she had been teaching.
It was important for her to develop something that could help children who were overweight, but not as much to the ones who were not overweight.
She decided to try and create a game that was more suitable for children who are already overweight or who were already obese.
She thought about what kids would do if they were playing the game.
They’d start playing the fun games and they’d try to achieve a healthy weight, but they would have to go to the gym or eat healthy foods.
She thought that it would be easier for children if they could just go out and play.
She also wanted to provide an opportunity for children and their parents to come together and have fun.
She wanted to create an opportunity to help the children who weren’t doing well, to get them involved in the game, and to give them the opportunity to be involved.
This project has been an incredible experience for Nuno.
She says that it has been extremely motivating for her and for her staff.
In the Philippines alone, around 1.2 million children under five play the game at least once a week.
There are about 1.8 million children aged 15 to 16 playing it every day.
Project Hilda, another local children’s wellness initiative, also offers children a safe place to play to reduce the risk of health issues such as obesity.
This is an opportunity that has been given to us to give kids the opportunity and a safe space to play, to have fun and have a healthy environment, said Hilda director Maria Luisa Rangel.
Nuno is also passionate about the positive impact that the game can have on the community.
She is determined to create something that can help kids who are struggling to achieve their healthy weight and who need the opportunity.
She said that when she started working with Project Hazeltas project, she thought about how difficult it would have been for her family.
She remembered the time when her mother had to go for an operation to treat a heart condition and she couldn’t go out because she was overweight.
But, in a way, she was just proud that she was able to support her mother.
In her mind