Water is essential to all life. It keeps us hydrated, prepare food, and so much more. That’s why I advocate water conservation. I also advocate safer drinking water, hygienic water, and for water to be more accessible because I’m afraid that soon, we won’t have safe and clean water to use. I’ve been joining clean up drives in our barangay because I walk my talk. I also participate in other projects aligned with water access and security. It’s actually easier for me now because our barangay captain is my cousin, and he listens to what I have to say in support of our community. Hence, I do my best in providing water to my people.

- Dianne Kathryn Datu

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