Sustainable Development Goals

As of July 2021
Goals/Targets/Indicators Baseline Latest Target Data Source Agency Remarks
2017 2018 2019 2020 2030
 
target 6.3 By 2030, improve water quality by reducing pollution, eliminating dumping and minimizing release of hazardous chemicals and materials, halving the proportion of untreated wastewater and substantially increasing recycling and safe reuse globally
6.3.1.p1 Volume of wastewater treated (industries)                
6.3.2.p1 Proportion of monitored bodies of water with good ambient water quality                
6.3.2.p1.1 Dissolved Oxygen (DO) 82.3
2016
          National Water Quality Status Report, EMB-DENR Standard quality of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) for each monitored bodies of water based on the Water Quality Guidelines referred from Table 3, Section 6.1 of DAO 2016-08, as follows:
  Butuanon River ( Class D) 3.0
2017
3.0
2017
2.77
2018
2.64
2019
3.31
2020
  Class D - 2 mg/L
  Guadalupe River (Down Stream Class C) 0.83
2017
0.83
2017
0
2018
0
2019
3.00
2020
  Class C - 5 mg/L
  Guadalupe River (Up Stream Class B) 5.25
2017
5.25
2017
5.0
2018
3.10
2019
5.10
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Luyang River (Down Stream Class C) 7.99
2017
7.99
2017
7.35
2018
6.53
2019
4.73
2020
  Class C - 5 mg/L
  Luyang River (Up Stream Class A) 8.01
2017
8.01
2017
8.44
2018
9.04
2019
6.14
2020
  Class A - 5 mg/L
  Sapangdaku (Class C) 7.81
2017
7.81
2017
7.81
2018
7.78
2019
6.19
2020
  Class C - 5 mg/L
  Argao River (Up Stream Class A) 7.44
2017
7.44
2017
8.1
2018
8.1
2019
7.30
2020
  Class A - 5 mg/L
  Argao River (Down Stream Class B) 7.42
2017
7.42
2017
7.91
2018
7.8
2019
7.30
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Cotcot River ( Class A) 6.69
2017
6.69
2017
5.09
2018
7.1
2019
7.20
2020
  Class A - 5 mg/L
  Danao River (Down Stream Class B) 7.75
2017
7.75
2017
7.25
2018
6.89
2019
5.03
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Danao River (Up Stream Class A) 7.63
2017
7.63
2017
8.3
2018
9.21
2019
5.74
2020
  Class A - 5 mg/L
  Mananga River (Class A) 6.65
2017
6.65
2017
6.53
2018
7.0
2019
5.30
2020
  Class A - 5 mg/L
6.3.2.p1.2 Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) 79.5
2016
          National Water Quality Status Report, EMB-DENR Standard quality of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) for each monitored bodies of water based on the Water Quality Guidelines referred from Table 3, Section 6.1 of DAO 2016-08, as follows:
  Butuanon River ( Class D) 45.62
2017
45.62
2017
95.15
2018
70.13
2019
93.3
2020
  Class D - 15 mg/L
  Guadalupe River (Down Stream Class C) 61.0
2017
61.0
2017
51.17
2018
65.17
2019
74.3
2020
  Class C - 7 mg/L
  Guadalupe River (Up Stream Class B) 12.6
2017
12.6
2017
43.5
2018
11.00
2019
6.00
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Luyang River (Down Stream Class C) 2.19
2017
2.19
2017
3.0
2018
9.20
2019
9.00
2020
  Class C - 7 mg/L
  Luyang River (Up Stream Class A) 1.4
2017
1.4
2017
1.5
2018
5.33
2019
2.56
2020
  Class A - 3 mg/L
  Sapangdaku (Class C) 1.56
2017
1.56
2017
1.5
2018
2.75
2019
2.38
2020
  Class C - 7 mg/L
  Argao River (Up Stream Class A) 1.45
2017
1.45
2017
2.02
2018
2.1
2019
2.30
2020
  Class A - 3 mg/L
  Argao River (Down Stream Class B) 1.8
2017
1.8
2017
2.22
2018
1.6
2019
2.00
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Cotcot River ( Class A) 4.44
2017
4.44
2017
8.06
2018
13.6
2019
4.3
2020
  Class A - 3 mg/L
  Danao River (Down Stream Class B) 59.0
2017
59.0
2017
3.63
2018
4.00
2019
2.83
2020
  Class B - 5 mg/L
  Danao River (Up Stream Class A) 69.87
2017
69.87
2017
2.25
2018
2.25
2019
3.00
2020
  Class A - 3 mg/L
  Mananga River (Class A) 6.1
2017
6.1
2017
20.37
2018
34.5
2019
9.6
2020
  Class A - 3 mg/L
target 6.4 By 2030, substantially increase water-use efficiency across all sectors and ensure sustainable withdrawals and supply of freshwater to address water scarcity and substantially reduce the number of people suffering from water scarcity                
6.4.2 Level of water stress: freshwater withdrawal as a proportion of available freshwater resources                
target 6.5 By 2030, implement integrated water resources management at all levels, including through transboundary cooperation as appropriate
6.5.1.p1 Percentage of implementation of programs and projects identified in the Integrated River Basin Master Plans (IRBMP) 100
2017
100
2017
100
2018
100
2019
100
2020
  Admin data, RBCO-DENR  
6.5.1.p1.1 Percentage of major river basins with updated Integrated River Basin Master Plans (IRBMP) 50
2017
50
2017
50
2018
50
2019
50
2020
  Admin data, RBCO-DENR Ilog-Hilabangan in Negros Oriental has already updated its master plan while the Central Cebu River Basin is still on-going.
6.5.1.p1.2 Percent of River Basins with established River Basins with established River Basin Organizations (RBO) 100
2017
100
2017
100
2018
100
2019
100
2020
  Admin data, RBCO-DENR  
target 6.a By 2030, expand international cooperation and capacity-building support to developing countries in water- and sanitation-related activities and programmes, including water harvesting, desalination, water efficiency, wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technologies
6.a.1 Amount of water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government-coordinated spending plan                
  Amount of water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government-coordinated spending plan particularly in LWUA Bayawan, Neg. Or. $1.974 Million (PhP 100.000 M)
Tanjay, Neg. Or. $2.200 Million (PhP 111.454 M)
2018
  Bayawan, Neg. Or. $1.922-Million Tanjay, Neg. Or. $2.143-Million
2018
Bayawan, Neg. Or. $1.974 Million (PhP 100.000 M)
Tanjay, Neg. Or. $2.200 Million (PhP 111.454 M)
2019
Bayawan, Neg. Or. $1.974 Million (PhP 100.000 M)
Tanjay, Neg. Or. $2.200 Million (PhP 111.454 M)
2020¹
  ADB WDDSP, LWUA Original: Project Status (as of May 26, 2020) Bayawan - Contract Awarded on 16 May 2020 (PhP 87,150,000.00, inclusive of taxes) Tanjay - On-going Procurement ======"Project Status (as of April 30, 2021)

Bayawan Water District:
Package CW01, Civil Works - Design and Construction of Bayawan Water Supply System: Contract Awarded and Signed on 16 March 2020 (PhP 87.15 M); Detailed Engineering Design is being finalized (95% complete)

Tanjay Water District:
1. Package G03b, Goods - Various Equipment, Instruments and Furniture: Cotract Awarded and Signed on 15 January 2021, PhP 14.04 M
2. Package CW03a, Civil Works - Well Drilling Project: On-going bidding (Bid Evaluation Report preparation), PhP 8.66 M (indicative amount)
3. Package CW03d, Civil Works - Design and Construction of Tanjay Water Supply System: On-going bidding (Bid submission), PhP 80.40 M (indicative amount)"

  Amount of water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government-coordinated spending plan particularly in MCWD             MCWD  
target 6.b Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management
6.b.1 Proportion of local administrative units with established and operational policies and procedures for participation of local communities in water and sanitation management                
6.b.s1 Number of functional WASH councils/ committees in LGUs             Program and Project Monitoring System, DILG No data
6.b.s2 Number of local WASH ordinances strengthening WASH governance in the communities            
6.b.s3 Number of LGUs provided with WASH/iWASG capacity building activities 9
2016
32
2017
10
2018
50
2019
     
6.b.s4 Number of LGUs received with DILG Locally Funded Water Projects (SAGANA AT LIGTAS NA TUBIG PARA SA LAHAT), AM/ADM water 94
2016
116
2017
65
2018
35
2019
27
2020
   
The SDG Watch is compiled by the Philippine Statistics Authority
as the official repository of SDG indicators in the Philippines per PSA Board Resolution No. 09 Series of 2017.
More statistical information on the Philippine MDGs can be accessed at http://psa.gov.ph/sdg.
¹ Currency Exchange Rate: USD 1 = PhP 50.66  
ACRONYMS:                  
ADB Asian Development Bank                
DILG Department of the Interior and Local Government                
EMB-DENR Enviromental Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources                
LWUA Local Water Utilities Administration                
RBCO-DENR River Basin Control Office, Department of Environment and Natural Resources                
WDDSP Water District Development Sector Project                

 

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