Philippines – Asian Development Bank 2nd National Sanitation Summit

The Asian Development Bank advocates that sanitation be an urgent priority for governments in Asia. It promotes the need for better and affordable facilities for individuals, disease prevention and healthy environments for communities, and financial viability of sanitation services for provider governments and utilities.

ADB also invites other agencies—public and private—to help governments, utilities, and communities make sanitation a priority and accelerate actions that will achieve better sanitation results.

In response to ADB’s call, the Philippine Government is moving its sanitation agenda forward with this 2nd National Sanitation Summit: Better Water Quality and Safety through Improved Sanitation. The Summit, organized by Philippines’ Department of Health and supported by ADB, that focused on the links between sanitation and water quality and safety, especially in light of recent outbreaks of water-related diseases.

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One response to “Philippines – Asian Development Bank 2nd National Sanitation Summit

  1. Dear Sir/Lady,

    I would like to bring to your attention the very poor sanitation of my native island Flores, Indonesia. This has caused and is still causing many outbreaks of water related diseases. Would you be so kind as to help me and the people there to solve this problem?
    Looking forward to your answer very soon, I remain
    Yours sincerely,

    Marc E. Carvallo

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