EDC hands over dental equipment to Kananga

Originally published on LopezLink.ph


QUICK READ: Energy Development Corporation fulfills its mission to give back to its host communities by donating dental equipment to the municipality of Kananga, which will be used to provide safe dental services to its 23 barangays.

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L-R: Rural health unit dentist Dr. Adrian Bragat, EDC Leyte CSR head Erwin Magallanes, Kananga mayor Matt Torres, municipal health officer Dr. Sharon Awit, community partner Jennifer Wenceslao and dental assistant Eva Otero during the formal turnover of the dental machines
 Energy Development Corporation (EDC) recently donated dental equipment to the municipality of Kananga, Leyte, through the municipality’s dental health unit (DHU) headed by Dr. Adrian Bragat. The donations will be used to provide safe dental services to the 23 barangays of Kananga.

Items donated include a Midmark M7 SpeedClave, Actus 5000 dental chair, dental stool, portable suction machine, light cure machine and dental scaler.


The renewable energy leader emphasized the need for additional dental equipment and machines to strengthen the dental operations in the community and better serve the residents of the municipality.


“We wanted the equipment to benefit the community through the assistance of the dental health unit. We believe that the DHU plays a vital role in the area. We are pleased to provide additional resources to enhance the community’s ability to treat the oral health needs of its residents,” Erwin Magallanes, EDC’s corporate social responsibility department head in Leyte, noted.


During the formal turnover and the signing of the deed of donation, Kananga mayor Matt Torres expressed his appreciation to EDC for the in-kind donations.

“Our heartfelt gratitude to EDC for your continued support to the local government unit of Kananga. These donations will surely help improve the service in our dental health unit,” he said.


The Energy Development Corporation (EDC) is the leading 100% clean, renewable energy company in the Philippines, with over 40 years of experience in geothermal technology. With power plants situated across the country, EDC is the world’s largest vertically integrated geothermal company. The company also strives to provide the best customer and value-adding services to all its customers. To learn more about lowering your business’ carbon footprint by shifting to renewable energy, visit energy.com.ph or email [email protected].