MWF’s “Project Katig” provides fishing gears and equipment to fisherfolks, while “Lingap Eskwela” provides hygiene facilities, supplies, and Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) materials to learning institutions.
MWSS RO Chief Regulator Patrick Lester N. Ty and Department Manager (DM) for Public Information Joan Michelle S. Antonio represented the Office in the said activities. In their remarks, Chief Regulator Ty and DM Antonio lauded Manila Water for initiating projects that will further improve the quality of life of our fellow countrymen apart from providing continuous, sustainable, and accessible supply of safe and affordable drinking water and environmentally safe sewerage system.
They also emphasized the importance of proper hygiene and sanitation practices, especially now that schools are already conducting face-to-face classes amid the pandemic. They also enjoined the students, teachers, and school staff to conserve our limited water supply.
Water is not infinite; let’s do everything we can to conserve it.
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