Member Countries
The need for improved, and holistic, drinking water supply management was highlighted  during the Pacific consultation meeting for the Tokyo Summit held in Sigatoka, Fiji in late 2002. The resolutions developed during the meeting were summarized in the Regional Action Plan for Sustainable Water Management in the Pacific, which was endorsed by 18 pacific island countries and signed off by 16 Heads of States.

This was further entrenched in the Regional Action Framework on Drinking Water Quality Monitoring (Nadi, 2005), where a specific resolution on the need for Pacific Island Countries to adopt the Drinking Water Safety Plan approach was first made. 

The following member countries have been actively working within the Drinking Water Safety Planning Programme:

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