CEBU CITY — The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has included Cebu Province in a $9-million air-rehabilitation and energy-sourcing project aimed at improving air quality.
This was reported by US Charge d’Affaires Darryl Johnson during a press conference at the University of San Carlos in this city.
Johnson said dirty air in Cebu has been considered a serious problem, based on a study conducted by the Rotary Club of Cebu and the Land Transportation Office.
The study showed more drivers were contracting pulmonary disorders, proof of the worsening air pollution in the metropolis.
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