Prepared with assistance from the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) through the Local Governance Development Program (LGDP), the Bohol Integrated Water Supply System Master Plan for 2010 to 2035 contains data on future water demand requirements and potential water sources, recommended strategies for province-wide water sustainability, policy intervention and institutionalization, a province-wide watershed management framework for the province of Bohol (PWMFB), a capacity development framework, mainstreaming gender and development (GAD), management information system, marketing plan, and a monitoring and evaluation plan. Includes plans for tapping the seven major rivers of the province, namely, Abatan, Loboc 1 and 2, Manaba, Carood, Ipil and Wahig- Inabanga with the province’s 47 municipalities and city grouped by river basin. Serves as guide in the development of Bohol’s water resources for safe domestic, commercial and industrial use. Updated at least once every 5 years.
Available in PDF and hard copy at the Provincial Planning and Development Office (PPDO). Download the documents from the links below: