This is a presentation from the 2008 Global Workshop on Engaging the Domestic Private Sector in Water and Sanitation Services. It aimed at answering the question “How does the Philippines provide an enabling environment for Domestic Private Sector Participation (DPSP)?”, presenting the lessons learned and discussing the opportunities and remaining challenges on the country’s Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) context. The EE for DPSP in the Philippines has developed a rationalization of the sector financing, introduced performance-based regulation, strengthen capacity of stakeholders, and provided seed money for a project preparation facility. The presentation ends with a diagram to visualize and integrate a fragmented institutional and regulatory setup of the WASH sector in the Philippines. (Link)
Jeremias Jr., P. 2008. Creating an Enabling Environment for Domestic Private Sector participation (DPSP) in the Philippines’ Water Sector – Global Workshop on Engaging the Domestic Private Sector in Water and Sanitation Services. Department of Finance. 17 p.