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About the Water for Tourism Project

The Water for Tourism is headed by Maria AIleen Leah G. Guzman, PhD, Associate Professor and Department Chairperson of Environmental Science, Ateneo de Manila University. The proposed program aims to create a comprehensive water resource assessment and management plan for the Nabaoy River Watershed and Boracay Island through two projects.


This program is in response to Executive Order No. 56 (2018). It will be undertaken with member agencies (NWRB, DOST-PCIEERD, DOST-PNRI, DOST-PAGASA) of the Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (tasked to reverse the degradation of Boracay Island) in collaboration with both local (Ateneo de Manila University and Aklan State University) and international academic institutions (British Geological Survey and Imperial College London).

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Project Objectives

This project intends to provide a comprehensive understanding on the quantity and quality of surface and groundwater resources in the Nabaoy River Watershed and Boracay Island through the following specific objectives:

  • conduct assessment, survey and analysis of the study area
  • develop and install monitoring system and equipment
  • design and develop forecasting tool for water projection
  • develop planning guidelines and protocol on water resource assessment and management of a tourist island

Site Locations

Boracay Island

Boracay Island

Region VI (Western Visayas)

Nabaoy River

Nabaoy River Watershed

Region VI (Western Visayas)

Get to know the status of a specific well site in the dashboard page.

The dashboards contain the following information

  • Information about a monitoring site
  • Daily reading of water quality and quantity in graphical and tabular form
  • Short description of the parameters collected by our monitoring system
Go to the Nabaoy Dashboard Go to the Boracay Dashboard Go to the AWS Dashboard
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Got any questions? Contact us!

RM 201A, PLDT-CTC Bldg., Ateneo de Manila University, Katipunan Ave. Quezon City, Metro Manila 1105

gmp.nwrb@gmail.com

+63-2-426-6001 loc. 5605