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ICTSI Foundation, Project Liwanag to power Aeta communities with renewable energy

Continuing to champion indigenous peoples’ rights, the ICTSI Foundation has partnered with non-profit organization Project Liwanag to bring electricity to Aeta communities in Capas, Tarlac using solar energy.


Last 8 February, the Foundation and Project Liwanag PH signed the Memorandum of Agreement for the Communal Micro-grid Solar PV Electrification Project, which will benefit around 120 to 140 families in Sitio Malalabatay and Sitio Alunan-Purok 3 in Barangay Sta. Juliana.  Under the agreement, the Foundation will fund the installation of two communal micro-grid solar PV electrification systems.


Project Liwanag PH is committed to empowering and improving the quality of life of indigenous peoples in the Philippines through sustainable projects and grassroots partnerships.


In photo are: Project Liwanag Executive Director Marlon Pia, Sitio Alunan Chieftain Rodolfo Manalo, Sitio Malalabatay Chieftain Vic Oremanm PAGMIMIHA Aeta Federation Chairman Jover Ocampo, and National Commission on Indigenous People representative Gilbert Cuero, ICTSI Foundation Deputy Executive Director Filipina Laurena