Thousands to benefit from water system rehab in SouthCot

Around 3,000 residents in the municipalities of T’boli and Surallah, South Cotabato will now enjoy 24/7 access to potable water thanks to the rehabilitation and expansion of water systems in four (4) barangays. The existing water system in barangays Lamhaku and neighboring Talufo, T’boli have long suffered from neglect and deterioration, decreasing the time of water […]

IPs in Calinan, Davao to benefit from new water system

The people of Brgy. Dalagdag can now breathe a sigh of relief as they embrace progress and better standard of living with the new potable water system that will benefit 259 households or 1,137 individuals in the community. For years, the indigenous people and the migrant settlers of Brgy. Dalagdag in Davao City have been […]

Water project unites Muslim-Christian, IP communities

Three communities in barangay Dumadalig, Tantangan, South Cotabato now have improved water sources with the rehabilitation and expansion of the Matimos Community-Managed Potable Water System. Maguindanaon Development Foundation, Inc., in partnership with Peace & Equity Foundation, and Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines, recently handed over the completed water supply system to the community-based Muslim Christian Water System […]

Water taps no longer run dry

With abundant sources of fresh water from most of the town’s rivers and watershed areas, water shouldn’t be scarce in Barili. Yet, according to Magdaleno Bargamento of Kauswagan Water Services & Sanitation Cooperative (KAWSSCO), the coop struggled to provide enough potable water to nearly 2,500 household consumers. “Ang Barili, way problema sa water source; ang […]

A coastal village with no water to drink

Clean water need not be scarce for residents of this coastal village that is named after a river and lies along the shores of a great gulf. The irony is that, for years, they had no potable water nearby. Fetching water was a daily struggle for residents of Ilog town, Negros Occidental. Ilog (or river), […]

DIWAGRIMPCO’s Journey in Delivering Potable Water to Ilog Residents

Ilog is a 2nd class municipality in Negros Occidental composed of 15 barangays. The area was named as such because of its proximity to the Ilog-Hilabangan river basin. In addition, Panay Gulf lies on its left side which makes fishing one of the residents’ main forms of livelihood. Despite being surrounded by different water bodies, […]

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