EU-Philippines Partnership

The Bangui Windmills in Ilocos Norte, Philippines. In its latest multiannual program in the Philippines, the EU will contribute to strengthening power sector management in the country, as well as promoting the use of on- and off-grid renewable sources in the country. Photo by: Paolo Dala / CC BY-SA

The Philippines has among the fastest growing economies in Asia, but the country continues to exhibit high levels of inequality and uneven distribution of wealth. In addition, according to data, 25 percent of the population remains poor.

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