From the inaugural program, Tubig Para Sa Barangay, which aims to provide low-income communities direct and piped access to clean and potable water inside their homes, several more programs under this focus area have been launched.
For communities in areas whose physical and geographical conditions do not allow pipe laying, Ahon Pinoy serves as the program to address water supply needs. A low-cost and easy to maintain water treatment facility, which is managed by a local partner, makes it possible for the communities to have water and additional income at the same time.
The Lingap program, on the other hand, assures the public that clean water is accessible to them even outside their homes. Said program rehabilitates water pipes, provides drinking fountains, and builds sinks for people to wash their hands in different public institutions such as schools, hospitals or health centers, police stations, public markets, orphanages, and city jails.
Agapay Para Sa Barangay is meant to address the need for potable water during displacement brought about by natural disasters and calamities. Technical assistance for the planning and design of water and sanitation systems in critical establishments during disasters and calamities is also a part of this program’s mandates.