Following the impact of Typhoons Pepito, Quinta, Rolly and Ulysses, Manila Water Foundation (MWF) continued to set out its disaster response initiatives, and deployed around 32,000 gallons of drinking water to severely affected communities inMetro Manila and other areas of Luzon.
More handwashing facilities are built under Manila Water Foundation's WASH in Pandemic program, which aims to deliver immediate water access, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions in the “new normal”—this time in Pasig City.
In the wake of Typhoon Rolly, thousands of families were displaced, and the extensive damage to agriculture meant that both livelihood and nutrition conditions for numerous communities would be negatively affected.
To help promote handwashing as a first line of defense against COVID-19 in prisons where social distancing can be a challenge, Manila Water Foundation (MWF) partnered with One Young World (OYW) to build two new handwashing facilities at the Pasig City Jail, and the Correctional Institution for Women in Mandaluyong City.
Naisip niyo na ba kung ano ang nangyayari sa dumi na galing sa ating inidoro? Saan ito napupunta pagkatapos? Eh kung walang toilet ang umiihi o dumudumi? Saan ito napupunta?
Halina’t alamin natin ang iba’t ibang mga Kwentong Sanitasyon! Tingnan ang mga world-class wastewater treatment facilities ng Manila Water at ang magandang naidudulot nito para malabanan ang climate change at magkaroon ng sustainable sanitation ang bansa.