Manila Water Foundation (MWF) turned over P5 million to the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Medical Foundation on August 2, following the fire incident that devastated the state-owned hospital’s central block last May 16.
Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses left schools in ruins after their strong winds and rains battered several parts of Luzon, including the province of Cagayan in 2020. These schools, which served as temporary shelters for evacuees during these times, were hit hard and faced structural damages from the impact of the typhoons.
More schools are now WASH-ready through Lingap Eskwela.
In partnership with Asian Community Trust (ACT), a charitable trust formed from donations of Japanese citizens, Manila Water Foundationformally turned over a 10-faucet hand hygiene facility at Gov. Isidro S. Rodriguez Sr. Memorial National High School (Halang Extension) in Cainta, Rizal on August 31.
In a continuing partnership, P&G Safeguard Philippines and Manila Water Foundation launched #SAFEWASH in Communities project to build multi-faucet hand hygiene facilities at 20 project sites in the country's key regions.