MOA signed for sanitary facility in Vitali PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 14:27

The Zamboanga City Water District, Department of Education-Division Office of Zamboanga City and Barangay Vitali signed a memorandum of agreement on January 3, 2013 at ZCWD office for the construction of sanitary facility at Tamion Elementary School located at Barangay Vitali.Tamion is one of the spring sources for the Vitali Water System.

The signing was an offshoot of ZCWDs implementation of its Corporate Social Responsibility that was conceptualized and eventually adopted per Board Resolution No. 236 dated November 25, 2011. The main purpose of which is to assist communities through the implementation of projects along health and nutrition, environment, water and sanitation that help improve people’s quality of life. On top of the office’s priorities under this program is the construction of sanitary facilities at Tamion Elementary School and soon the establishment of communal faucets in areas/communities where it is most needed.

Outgoing Chairman of the Board, Dr. Milagros L. Fernandez said the office will provide all construction materials required to complete the project amounting to almost P200,000. It shall also supervise the implementation of the project to ensure compliance to construction standards.

On the other hand, Barangay Vitaliwill provide services of unskilled laborers who will do the civil work through pintakasi system while the school, through its Parent Teacher Association, shall provide the meals of the volunteer workers during the construction and shall also be responsible for the maintenance of the sanitary facility/wash station after turn over, including the payment of water bills.

The MOA was signed by ZCWD General Manager Leonardo Rey D. Vasquez, Vitali Barangay ChairmanJose P. Alavar, OIC Schools Division Superintendent Pedro Melchor M. Natividad and Education Program Supervisor Simplicio F. Bazan. The signing was witnessed by Tamion Elementary School Principal Ms.Lilian Muta, PTA President Roger Estorco, ZCWD Board of Directors and Assistant General Managers.

A simple groundbreaking activity will soon take place few days from now. — RMEHO