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Presentation - Fifth Roundtable on Financing Water - Mr. Roderick M. Planta

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Presentation: How to Finance the Philippine Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plan? - Fifth Roundtable on Financing Water - Mr. Roderick M. Planta

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Presentation - Fifth Roundtable on Financing Water - Mr. Roderick M. Planta

  1. 1. How to Finance the Philippine Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plan? Roderick M. Planta, Assistant Secretary, National Economic and Development Authority RMPlanta@neda.gov.ph
  2. 2. Governance: Institutional Fragmentation 2 Current Institutional Setup for the Water Resources Sector Poor Management of Water Resources  Weak and Fragmented Institutional Set-up  Inefficient use and wastage of resources  No regular updating of water availability data  No single repository of water data  Uncoordinated sectoral plans
  3. 3. Governance: Institutional Fragmentation 3 Current Institutional Setup for the Water Resources Sector Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) – promotes and oversees the development of water supply systems Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) – helps address the institutional development needs of LGU-run utilities Department of Health (DOH) – one of the entities which implement regulations on septage and sewerage management 3 out 10 Water Districts are considered non-operational only 3 out 10 LGU-run utilities operate Level 3 systems (individual household connections) 3 people out of 100 have access to septage management systems; 1 person out of 1000 have access to sewerage management systems
  4. 4. 4 Governance Reform Pathway Resource Regulation, Policy and Planning Economic Regulation of WSS Service Providers Existing National Water Resources Board (NWRB) River Basin Control Office (RBCO) • NWRB - in regulating Private Providers • LWUA - Water Districts • MWSS-RO - Metro Manila Concessionaires • TIEZA - Tourism Areas • PEZA - Economic Zones • LGUs - LGU-led Providers Interim / Short- Term Reform National Water Management Council (NWMC) • NWMC - Private Providers • LWUA - Water Districts • MWSS-RO - Metro Manila Concessionaires • TIEZA - Tourism Areas • PEZA - Economic Zones • LGUs - LGU-led Providers Medium- to Long-Term Reform Department of Water Resources (DWR) Water Regulatory Commission (WRC)
  5. 5. 5 The PWSSMP and Its Investment Requirements 3.40 Billion 1.07 Trillion Historical Average Investment per year 2019-2030 Total Investment Requirement InvestmentinPhP
  6. 6. 6 THE UFF Strategy Elements of the UFF Strategy increase public spending subject to rationalized allocation for viability gap funding or output-based aid capacity building and institutional development leverage private financing thru market-based credit or equity Prioritization Criteria universal access gaps poverty incidence water-borne and sanitation-related disease incidence
  7. 7. 7 Scope of the UFF-WSS • National Government (NG) • Government Financing Institutions (GFI) • Private Sector • Financing for Efficiency Improvement Programs (EIPs) Design a structure for rationally allocating available resources • Preparation of Feasibility Studies • Water Supply Development/Expansion • Water Source Development • Sewerage/Septage Management • Non-Revenue Water Reduction Expedite the improvement and expansion of WSS services
  8. 8. 8 UFF Investment Program • Technical Assistance Grants • Efficiency Improvement Program • Viability Gap Financing • Output-Based Aid • Credit Enhancement NGA Funding Blended Financing Government Support + Market - based financing Market-based Financing Equity Commercial Lending UFF-WSS Investment Program
  9. 9. 9 The UFF Strategy Efforts investment pipeline development systemic changes on public resource allocation definition of institutional roles/ operational set-up strengthening of utility governance and economic regulations
  10. 10. 10 The UFF and Blended Finance Concept How well does the UFF sector finance strategy align with Blended Finance concept? •Public resources are scarce and insufficient; additional resources are required to meet need/demand for investment Mobilize Additional Resources •Strategic use of scarce public and development resources to attract additional capital for WASH investment Leverage •Additional investment drives social, environmental, and economic progress Impact •Socio-economic returns for government and development funders; risk-adjusted financial returns for private capital Returns
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