Boracay Island Water sends relief to communities in Aklan and Capiz affected by Yolanda

Living its commitment to social responsibility, Boracay Island Water, together with Boracay Foundation, Inc. (BFI) and Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI)- Boracay, provided relief goods to victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Aklan and Capiz. Rice, canned goods, noodles, 3-in-1 coffee, biscuits, drinking water, clothes and toys were given to the towns of Libacao, Balete, and Batan in Aklan and Municipality of Pilar in Capiz. 
“It is our intent, together with BFI and PCCI- Boracay, to concentrate assistance efforts in communities all over the Island and those nearby that suffered the harsh impact of Yolanda”, say Ben Manosca, General Managaer of Boracay Island Water.

Boracay Island Water, subsidiary of East Zone water concessionaire Manila Water, was formed in 2009 through a joint venture agreement with the Tourism Infrastructure Authority and Enterprise Zone Authority or TIEZA (formerly known as Philippine Tourism Authority) to operate the water and wastewater services in the Island of Boracay, Malay, Aklan, particularly in its three barangays -- Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak.

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