USAID/SURGE Project

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On May 16 to 18, representatives from the Puerto Princesa City Health Office, USAID’s Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project and Sea Oil Foundation through Single Drop Consultancy Services conducted a writeshop for the formulation of Puerto Princesa City’s Local Sustainable Sanitation Plan (LSSP). Five pillars of LSSP were highlighted in the workshop, namely: water, solid management, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), wastewater management (septage, sewerage and sewage), with special emphasis on WASH in emergencies.

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Volunteer experts of U.S.-based International City/County Association (ICMA) visited the Philippines early this year to share international good practices and experiences with local governments of eight cities in the Philippines.

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On April 12 and 20, department heads, key officials and private sector representatives of four USAID Cities Development Initiative (CDI) partner cities participated in workshops conducted by USAID’s Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project to improve their cities’ processes on construction permitting and issuance of certificates of occupancy. Local government and private sector representatives of Puerto Princesa City participated in the...

  • On May 16 to 18, representatives from the Puerto Princesa City Health Office, USAID’s Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project and Sea Oil Foundation through Single Drop Consultancy Services conducted a writeshop for the formulation of Puerto Princesa City’s Local Sustainable Sanitation Plan (LSSP).

  • Volunteer experts of U.S.-based International City/County Association (ICMA) visited the Philippines early this year to share international good practices and experiences with local governments of eight cities in the Philippines.

  • On April 12 and 20, department heads, key officials and private sector representatives of four USAID Cities Development Initiative (CDI) partner cities participated in workshops conducted by USAID’s Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project to improve their cities’ processes on construction permitting and issuance of certificates of occupancy.