PRRM helps build capacities and innovative schemes to enable communities to address their social service needs. In areas of operation where the government has little or no presence, PRRM also facilitates the direct delivery of basic social services to address the immediate needs of the community.
Building community-managed health systems; training community health workers; community education on the preventive aspects of primary health care and responsible parenthood; establishment of health referral systems; health campaigns (e.g., on environmental sanitation); herbal gardening and herbal medicine preparation; establishment of botika sa barangay (village drugstores); developing community health financing systems.
Installation of potable water systems; community-managed light infrastructure (e.g., trails, foot bridges, livelihood support infrastructure) in remote communities; training of community technicians.
Development of non-conventional (new and renewable) energy systems to provide electricity to remote villages not reached by commercial power gridlines.
March 8, 2014, Cocoon Boutique Hotel
Quezon City, Philippines