We provide schools and communities access to safe and clean water for drinking, hygiene, and sanitation.
PBSP’s water for waterless initiative dates back from the 80s’ “Tulungan sa Tubigan” project where communities are provided with water pumps for their daily need for a clean and safe water. As part of its initiatives for the environment, under the Collective Impact Platforms (CIP), PBSP is continuously engaging various members, donors, and partners to help provide access to safe drinking water to waterless communities in the country.
To date, PBSP through the Water Alliance has installed a total of 147 different types of water systems for communities and schools such as water stations, mobile and portable water treatment systems, hand washing facilities, and rainwater catchments. These initiatives provide an 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.
Four schools in Cebu province receive rainwater harvesting systems from Nalco and PBSPRead More
MDFI and PBSP started Operation Pa-Tubig in 2001, to provide safe and easy access to clean water in marginalized, waterless communities in the Philippines.Read More
A community in Southville 7 in Calauan Laguna receives potable water system from Nalco Water, PBSP, and Water AllianceRead More