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Joy | Joy | Jhetro

Mika | Florian | Julla
Tin-tin | Lia | Gian
Increase in
Morbidity, water
borne diseases and
Health Issues of

Disruption of
Lack of maintenance and
Lack ofof the water projects by
the beneficiaries
knowledge in
and Inefficient fund
sustainability management
of the water


Program Key development Entry point
Goal issue(s) for communication
(See problem tree)
Improved Lack of maintenance and To capacitate and mobilize the beneficiaries in
the sustainability of the water the maintenance of the water projects
maintenan projects by the beneficiaries
ce and
ty of the

Relevant policies What the policy says (key provisions)

"The human right to water entitles everyone to sufficient, safe,

Human Right to Water and Sanitation (HRWS) acceptable, physically accessible and affordable water for
personal and domestic uses", UN CESC - General Comment 15,

Sustainable Development Goal No.6 Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and
sanitation for all

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE No. 1067 December 31, Article 3: d) The utilization, exploitation, development,
1976 conservation and protection of water resources shall be subject
Water code of the Philippines to the control and regulation of the government through the
National Water Resources Council, hereinafter referred to as
the Council.

The policy provides for the consistent protection, preservation
Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004 (RA 9275) and revival of the quality of Philippine waters with frameworks
patterned through the pursuit of sustainable development.
Importantly provided for by this act are Water Quality
Management Systems and Institutional Mechanisms.
DILG MC 2015-74 Policy Guidelines for the implementation of SALINTUBIG
Program under Provision of Potable Water System
Existing programs and services Services offered by programs
related to the project at hand
Program that seeks to improve childrens access
DILG-DepEd Joint Memorandum- to clean and sustainable water supply, functional
Circular for Water, Sanitation, and toilets, sanitation and hygiene facilities in all early
Hygiene (wash) in early child care and learning centers, specifically day care centers and
development (ECCD) child development centers.

Increase the participation of women and girls in

PRO WATER: Promoting water and planning, decision-making, monitoring and
sanitation access, integrity, implementation of safe water, sanitation and
empowerment, rights and resiliency hygiene projects and programs
Reduce the incidence of water-borne diseases
and practice of "open defecation" in target

Organization Mandate Communication Potential contribution
resource capacity or collaboration
Government For sanitation Has facilities and the reach to Advocacy and awareness
influence stakeholders about raising
Department of sanitation

Health (DOH) Has nationwide coverage with
regional offices and P/MHO,

Academe Responsible for School curriculum and

teachers as venue for early
Partnership in influencing
education regarding hygiene and sanitation
water conservation,
child care development practices of both parents
and children
hygiene and sanitation
SUCs and other Local
Resource Institutes

NGO /CSO Gives children around Has the capacity to influence Partnership, capacity
the international community building and networking
the world what every
about issues on water access
child deserves in influencing hygiene and
Save the Children in the Philippines
sanitation practices of
Has 8 centers at different
provinces from Luzon to both parents and children


Has the capacity to produce
IEC materials.
Communication Resources Ownership and Prevalence Potential for use in the project
Media Government owned General information about water
(Radio) sustainability and maintenance
Radyo ng Bayan,
PowerFM, PIA

Prevalence of Community Champions Support events or activities to be

Barangay Officials, BWSA, Highly trusted in the community implemented regarding water
Bandilo and Local Leaders sustainability and maintenance
Gathering of communities during Barangay
Allies of the project

Daycare Interagency collaboration

Institutional sources Primary School Venue for information about water
-schools Secondary school sustainability and maintenance
-Barangay reading centers *to be determined

Highly trusted by their members Allies of the project

Venue for value orientation and
Religious leaders collaboration

Stakeholder Stake/Interest Socio-Demographic Characteristics
(SDC) and Knowledge, Attitude,
and Practice (KAP) Level
Barangay Water and Sanitation Responsible for the operation, maintenance Barangay Officials-Usually headed by PB
Association and sanitation facilities in the Barangays as K-H
well as policy formulation A-F


Responsible for inflow of funds for the Water users-
construction/ Rehab/ Repair/Maintenance K-Low
and MDOE. A-F


Attend meetings/ trainings designed for

Tariff and water users Provide counterpart and pay monthly

Responsible for the M and E of project with SDC-DILG-PDMU (Technical Engineers)
focus on the impact/outcome employee


Key Issue: Sustainability of Water Projects
Priority Communication Key Media and Communicati
Stakehol Objective Message Channels on Approach

Barangay At the end of Ang tubig ay Dialogue
Water 12-month patuloy na via
and period after the dadaloy communit
Sanitatio project turn kung ang y
n over, at least mga assemblie
Associati 60% of miyembro s, focus
on BAWASA ng BAWASA group
members members are ay susunod discussion
able to adhere sa mga s
to policies panuntunan
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