Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya (SIBAT), Inc.

Since our establishment in 1984, SIBAT envisions a just and sovereign society that upholds genuine development through people-based science & technology. SIBAT commits to develop, promote and popularize the application of appropriate technologies towards attaining village-level sustainable development in poor communities. As such, SIBAT have gained significant breakthroughs in sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, genetic conservation and water systems development. By the end of 2022, SIBAT's goals are: 1. Self-reliant and resilient communities that have adopted appropriate technologies and can adapt to the effects of climate change. 2. Institutionalized structures and m...
Generate 33 Cubic Meters Of Water to 165 Homes
 
This project will ensure that 165 under served households will get 33 cubic meters or at least 61 liters of clean and safe water daily and save time from queuing in a single dug well with high iron content depended solely by the villagers after Haiyan struck in 2013. A water tank will be built and distribution lines and tap stands installed in strategic household clusters. A hybrid solar-powered submersible pump will be installed deemed efficient for water extraction project reportread updates from the field
Food, Water & Energy for Haiyan Affected Areas
 
This project work towards the rehabilitation efforts on food production, water supply and energy for lighting and battery charging in the affected areas of Typhoon Haiyan. Initially, this project will implement on 5 disaster areas in the Visayas with 150 households each community as partners and beneficiaries. project reportread updates from the field
Hydro Power for 1,000 Albay Fisherfolk
 
This project will rebuild a typhoon-damaged microhydro power plant to provide lighting and improve the livelihood of poor households on the Rapu-rapu island in Albay. project reportread updates from the field
Microhydro Power for Maducayan Tribe-Philippines
 
Barangays Maducayan and Saliok of Natonin, Mt Province are home to 135 households (total population- 563) of the Maducayan tribe. SIBAT will facilitate the installation of a 20 kW microhydro power project that will provide the village with clean and affordable energy for household lighting, small appliances and rice milling. The tailrace water of the microhydro project will also be used to provide irrigation water supply to aid in crop production. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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