According to Manila Water opens World Water Day exhibit at UP Town Center | Inquirer News, The Future Deserves to be Real, a one-day display by Manila Water showcasing clean water as a priceless yet severely limited resource, debuted at the UP Town Center in Quezon City in honor of World Water Day.
Jeric Sevilla, corporate communications director for Manila Water, spoke to the Balara Elementary School student leaders during the ribbon-cutting event and emphasized the importance of their involvement in ensuring the long-term sustainability of the water supply.
Carla Garcia, a senior marketing associate at UP Town Center, and Jennifer delos Santos, director of the water advocacy and research department at Manila Water, also joined Sevilla.
Following the event, three WASHup Handwashing Stations were given to Balara Elementary School by the Manila Water Foundation and UP Town Center. Additionally, copies of the WASH Storybook by the Manila Water Foundation, "May Tubig na si Tinay," were given to the school.
The WASHup program from Manila Water includes the handwashing stations. WASHup! Campaign emphasizing this basic but beneficial personal hygiene technique.
During a brief LAKBAYAN session, the student leaders also learned about Manila Water's water path. Students are encouraged to develop a deeper understanding of the water trail by participating in the company's educational program, LAKBAYAN, which spans from water to wastewater treatment and its function in environmental
The display, with the title "The Future Deserves to be Real," highlights the water company's dedication to making sure that future generations may appreciate the splendor of nature. Additionally, SALiN-LAKBAYAN, the organization's new water trail educational workshop program for teachers, was highlighted. The SALiN-LAKBAYAN program is created for public school teachers in the East Zone of Metro Manila to fully appreciate the water trail in collaboration with the Department of Education - National Capital Region.
The business will also take part in the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' World Water Day exhibition, which will be held from March 17 to 24 at Quezon City's Ninoy Aquino Park and Wildlife Center.
The exhibit's focus is on the efforts made by DENR and its partners in the public and private sectors to provide water security and sustainable development for Filipinos. Its theme is "Accelerating Change through Partnerships and Cooperation."