At a macro level, the Philippines has made impressive progress in water supply provision: Nationally, 92 percent of individuals have access to improved water sources, and the number of households with clean water piped directly to their premises has nearly doubled from 25 percent in 1990 to 43 percent in 2012.1 However, within the sphere of publicly financed networks, water systems piped into premises are limited in coverage, and service delivery is irregular at best. Local government units (LGUs) struggle to expand their utilities, leaving both rich and poor residents underserved.

Water and Sanitation Program: Learning Note

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