Manila Water boosts Pasig River rehab with ‘Toka Toka’
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Manila Water’s “Toka Toka” advocacy, the first and only environmental campaign focused on the need for used water management, was featured in the recent Taga-Alog Stakeholder Conference 2018 with the theme “Taga-Alog 2018, Ilog Pasig: Balik Tanaw, Balik Sigla!” organized and spearheaded by the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission, National Commission for Culture and the Arts and Philippine Educational Theater Association. Manila Water Advocacy and Research Department Head Fernando Busuego presented the East Zone concessionaire’s “Toka Toka Para sa Malinis na Ilog” during the conference as one of its major interventions to help in the rehabilitation of the Pasig River. The stakeholder conference is a creative campaign for the promotion of Pasig River as a space for cultural identity and collective memory.
Manila Water boosts Pasig River rehab with ‘Toka Toka’. (2018, September 26). Business Mirror, p. B2.
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