Vivant Foundation partnered with Manila Water Foundation to support the Department of Education’s WASH in Schools (WinS) program through the League of Corporate Foundations (LCF) WinS: Lingap Eskwela sa Pandemya

When the pandemic broke out in 2020, learners were left at home, teachers were forced to adapt to distance learning, as the world waited for face-to-face classes to resume. For schools in remote areas such as Busuanga Island in Palawan, or Bantayan, Cebu, access to hygiene facilities is among the necessities that will ensure pupils are protected against communicable diseases when they return to school. 

Aboitiz Foundation builds hygiene facilities in support of DepEd’s WASH in Schools

With the resumption of face-to-face classes in areas with low COVID-19 alert levels, the presence of new hygiene facilities provides a sense of security for parents and teachers that learners can be still protected through proper handwashing from communicable diseases while in school.

AC Energy, MWF bring water relief for victims of Typhoon Ulysses

Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco), considered by national weather bureau PAGASA as one of the most devastating typhoons to hit the country, has wreaked havoc on several parts of Luzon, most especially in Rizal and Cagayan provinces. Ayala Corporation’s energy platform, AC Energy, with the help of Manila Water Foundation, brought much-needed water relief to typhoon victims in the two severely affected areas from November 27 to December 3.

New handwashing facilities for Pasig City, built under WASH in Pandemic, Safe Philippines campaigns

More handwashing facilities are built under the 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.

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