On November 13, at the Goryeong County Office in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, K-water signed an agreement on cooperation for the creation of water-based shared values with the Goryeong County Comprehensive Volunteer Center and the Korean Open Doctors Society to jointly develop and promote social safety net services for the socially vulnerable. Under the agreement, the three organizations will work together to strengthen social safety net services by utilizing the characteristics of each organization. "This agreement will allow us to create socially shared values for the local community through our cooperation. K-water will continue to expand public services that can directly benefit the people to earn their trust and create social values in the future,” said K-water CEO Lee Hak-soo.
Registration Date: 2018-11-16
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