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About these initiatives

The Solutions Initiatives featured here promote new technologies, business models, institutional mechanisms, policies and combinations thereof that can dramatically accelerate progress towards sustainable development in the country.

To learn more about each topic, view UN SDGs and local SDGs.

Latest Solutions Initiatives

A Philippine Independent Dialogue for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021

Quality Education, Responsible Consumption & Production, Zero Hunger

Given the recent situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines right now reaching crisis proportions, the livelihood of many…

Strengthening Academe-Business-Government (ABG) Partnerships to Address SDGs in the Philippines

Life on Land, Partnerships For The Goals, Quality Education

In order to gain a better grasp of partner communities and other disciplines, various workshops around the Philippines in accordance…

Wireless system for disaster operations

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities & Communities

During disasters, it is crucial to communicate vital information, such as medical needs, data on casualties or missing persons' identities.…

Mobile water treatment system

Clean Water & Sanitation, Sustainable Cities & Communities

On-grid or off-grid communities without sufficient drinking water can use this system to disinfect water. The system contains a series…

Solar-powered aquaponics systems

Sustainable Cities & Communities

In poor remote areas where there are no electricity, families can still grow their own food. With the use of…

Ateneo launches e-jeepney shuttle

Affordable & Clean Energy
As part of the Ateneo de Manila University’s mobility initiatives, the University and Meralco recently launched the eJeep service, which provides a more sustainable mode of transportation within the campus.

Flood and hazard maps produced using LIDAR

Climate Action
The Phil-LiDAR 1 Program, aims to produce 3-D flood and hazard maps for two-thirds of the Philippines' river systems.

PH microsatellite a step closer to launch

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure
The Philippines' Diwata microsatellite has been formally handed to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Wednesday, January 13, in preparation for a launch into space by April.
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