“Public service must be more than doing a job efficiently and honestly.”
WHO ARE WE?
That law created the Local Water Utilities Administration or LWUA in the national level and provided for the establishment of Water Districts in provincial cities and municipalities. Thus would be put into motion a development partnership called te “LWUA-Water Distrcit Concept” that would revolutionize water supply provision in the countryside. In 1987, LWUA’s mission and area of responsibility was expanded to include provision of Level II service (communal faucet system) through the Rural Waterworks and Sanitation Associations (RWSAs) in areas where Level III systems (individual household connection) were not feasible (www.lwua.gov.ph).