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He is Kent Louie, a student and resident of Brgy. Bito-on who does not have
access to clean, potable and safe drinking water.

Water is very important to entire human lives. We need water to quench our thirst; we need water to cook our food; we need water for our health and proper hygiene; and for many other things. The absence of safe drinking water in various communities in our country may lead to water borne diseases such as diarrhea, amoebiasis, etc. and even more to serious health problems especially to the children, who are more vulnerable against diseases.

If these diseases untreated, this will lead into dehydration and worst to death.  According to water4.org, a non-profit organization that aims to eradicate world water crisis, nearly 5,000 children die every day from a water-related illness, or one child dies every 20 seconds.

Empowering Migrants by Harnessing the 21st Century Technology

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The revolution in information and communication and technology, including the rise of social media, has facilitated not only international migration, but also the delivery of services by the government for its migrants. Recognizing the potential of these modern technologies, the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) started developing innovative projects to provide better and faster services to more than 10 million Filipinos overseas and their families left behind.