Water for Peace in Marawi:
A Beginning of Hope
PCPPI has been aiding Marawi in its recovery. Through the Water for Peace in Marawi program, PCPPI and Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF) immediately responded and provided the communities with a clean, safe, and usable water source for their daily necessities.
This 2019, the promised 50,000-liter water tank was turned over to a transitional village in development. As the project reaches its completion, PCPPI aims to provide the people of Marawi with a sustainable water source.
The following projects under our Water Stewardship pillar, focus on the implementation of integrated watershed management and access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene while also promoting good consumer habits.
We have been partnering with our host communities in keeping nearby waterways clean. Since 2013, we have adopted 6 water bodies, and potentially two more in 2020.
INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP
We gathered 364 Bravehearts across all plants, and cleaned an estimated 5km of coastline, picking up a total of 3,102kg of trash that filled 242 bags.
WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE (WASH) PROGRAM
We conducted WaSH training seminars on proper handwashing, sanitation and hygiene, and water usage. These seminars were attended by community residents, schoolchildren, and teachers.