Established in 2015, is a multisectoral coalition committed to create solutions to the water problems in the Philippines.
The Water Alliance is a multi-sectoral partnership initiated by the business sector with a strong commitment to create solutions to impending water problems in the country. It provides a platform for collective action where private sector can support the Philippine government’s agenda in water security and contribute to the realization of the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6, which aims to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
Since its inception, Water Alliance developed the Water Demand Management (WDM) training module, in partnership with the De La Salle University, Manila Water, and Maynilad Water Academy in 2017.
To date, the Water Alliance has installed a total of 147 different types of water systems for communities and schools; water stations; mobile & portable water treatment systems; hand washing facilities; and rainwater catchments that provided access to clean and safe drinking water to 5,778 families, and more than 8,098 students and school personnel in around 40 provinces and municipalities in the country.
Through its watershed conservation and rehabilitation efforts, in partnership with PBSP members and partners, the alliance was able to cover 539 hectares of reforestation sites in Marikina, La Mesa, Talavera, and Buhisan Watersheds.
The forum brought together over 200 representatives from the public and private sectors to share ideas and develop an action plan to support the Philippine Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plan (PWSSMP)Read More
Over 100 stakeholders from business, government, academe, and non-government organizations convened at the third Water Forum organized by Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) through the Water Alliance and with the support of First Gen Corporation and Intellicare (Asalus).Read More
PBSP holds a learning session on the status of water security in the countryRead More