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Mandridejos LGU awards 750 housing units to Yolanda victims

Mandridejos Mayor Salvador dela Fuente on Monday said that at least 750 housing units were finally awarded to the victims of super typhoon Yolanda. Dela Fuente said that the housing units were officially turned over to the beneficiaries on 30 April 2021. He admitted that it took almost eight years before the housing units were […] The post Mandridejos LGU awards 750 housing units to Yolanda victims appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource: tribune tribuneMay 3rd, 2021

12.5K more ‘Yolanda’ houses for Eastern Visayas

MORE HOUSING UNITS. A “Yolanda” resettlement site in Tanauan, Leyte. Cabinet Secretary Karlo Alexie Nograles, Task Force Yolanda head, said Friday (Nov. 20, 2020) a total of 12,508 additional housing units for the super typhoon’s victims will rise in Eastern Visayas. (PNA photo by Gerico A. Sabalza) TACLOBAN CITY – A total of 12,508 additional housing […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  balitaRelated NewsNov 20th, 2020

Nograles leads turnover of 356 housing units

Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles led national and local officials in the turnover of completed housing units in Baybay, Leyte, on Oct. 19 as part of the Duterte administration’s push to complete the promised aid to Typhoon Yolanda’s victims......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsOct 22nd, 2020

NHA turns over 4,193 housing units to Yolanda victims

The National Housing Authority has turned over 4,193 housing units for victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban City......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 22nd, 2020

Housing units for Magsaysay quake victims, halfway to completion

DAVAO CITY, Nov. 13 (PIA) - The municipal government of Magsaysay in Davao del Sur is fast tracking the turnover of another batch of housing units to earthquake victims in order to reduce the numbe.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsNov 16th, 2020

Naga City turns over housing units to Tinaan landslide victims

CEBU CITY, Philippines – At least 46 of the families that were evacuated from ground zero in Sitio Sindulan in Barangay Tinaan in Naga City will finally occupy a house that they can call their own. This after Mayor Kristine Vanessa Chiong led the turnover on Friday, September 18, 2020, of new homes that were […] The post Naga City turns over housing units to Tinaan landslide victims appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 19th, 2020

Looking forward to final Yolanda homes

  SEVEN years after super-typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) hit Samar, Leyte, and the rest of Eastern Visayas on November 7, 2013, killing over 6,300 people and damaging over a million houses, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles announced this weekend that the housing project for Ormoc City victims has now been completed. Yolanda was one of the most powerful and deadliest typhoons ever recorded. When it hit land in […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsAug 11th, 2020

MOU for additional farmers’ housing project inked

A memorandum of understanding for the construction of more housing units for farmers has been signed by the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development , and Department of Agrarian Reform as well as representatives of 19 local government units......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 13th, 2021

P30 million allotted for Taal housing

The government has earmarked P30 million to provide housing units for residents displaced by the eruption of Taal Volcano last year......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 2nd, 2021

Cebu Condo Demand Still Strong Amid Pandemic

The condominium housing demand in Metro Cebu is still doing very good, in fact it was labelled as “strong” despite the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Cebu Landmasters Inc. (CLI), the strong demand on condo units mostly comes from mobile professionals and entrepreneurs. Cebu’s condo stocks as of the third quarter of last year was 45,000. […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsMar 27th, 2021

Construction of socialized housing for Mandaue’s fire victims to start this year

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines – The construction of phase 1 or building A of the proposed mid-rise socialized housing in sitio Maharlika, Barangay Tipolo, here, is set to start this year. Ibañez said the socialized housing project will have a lot area of 8,230 square meters with four mid-rise buildings with provisions for parking, open areas, […] The post Construction of socialized housing for Mandaue’s fire victims to start this year appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2021

Higit 3K bahay binigay sa ‘Yolanda’ beneficiary

May kabuoang 3,615 housing unit sa ilalim ng Yolanda Permanent Housing Project ang nai-turn over na sa Ajuy, Iloilo. The post Higit 3K bahay binigay sa ‘Yolanda’ beneficiary first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsDec 6th, 2020

Guian, Samar LGU to donate P100,000 worth of dried fish to typhoon ‘Rolly’ victims

TACLOBAN City – The municipality of Guiuan in Eastern Samar, where Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan) made its first landfall in the early morning of November 8, 2013, is paying it forward for the generosity it received from all over the world by donating to the victims of Supertyphoon “Rolly.” PHOTO FROM MUNICIPALITY OF GUIAN, EASTERN SAMAR FACEBOOK PAGE/ MANILA BULLETIN At least P100,000 worth of dried fish will be donated by the local government of Guiuan to the Bicol region which is still reeling from “Rolly’s” destruction, and was again battered by Typhoon “Ulysses” on Wednesday. Mayor Annaliza Gonzales-Kwan said it is their way of repaying the love they have received during the aftermath of Haiyan. She recalled that the Bicol Emergency Response team was one of those that helped Guiuan after it was flattened by the strongest typhoon in history. Guiuan is known for its fish and seafood products and marine fisheries development center. After families in the path of the typhoon lost their boats, nets, and tools that are essential to earn a living, and badly affected coral reefs, the government, together with some non-governmental organizations poured in some aid to help the industry get back on its feet. Guiuan, and its neighboring islands which are protected seascape under the NIPAS Act of 1992, is under the management of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB). With its abundance of fish and other produce, the municipality is supplying not only Eastern Samar but also other areas within and outside Eastern Visayas with its fishery products such as dried danggit and flying fish. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 12th, 2020

Higit 2K nagkabahay sa ika-7 anniv ng ‘Yolanda’

Pinagkaloob ng pamahalaan ang 2,492 housing unit para sa mga biktima ng super typhoon ‘Yolanda’ sa Iloilo. The post Higit 2K nagkabahay sa ika-7 anniv ng ‘Yolanda’ first appeared on Abante......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsNov 8th, 2020

Realign portion of NTF-ELCAC’s P16 B to help typhoon victims — Hontiveros

Senator Risa Hontiveros said on Tuesday the government should realign a portion of the P16-billion anti-insurgency fund to relief and rehabilitation efforts for communities ravaged by super typhoon “Rolly.” Sen. Risa Hontiveros (Senate of the Philippines / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN) Instead of funding a controversial program under the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC), Hontiveros said the budget could go a long way in helping Filipinos recover from the calamity.“Ngayong panahon ng sakuna, ‘di hamak na mas kailangan ng mga kababayan natin sa Bicolandia at sa iba pang mga lugar na nasalanta ng bagyo ang milyon-milyong pondo ng pamahalaan. (During this time of calamity, our people in the Bicol region and other provinces badly-hit by the typhoon need government funds),” Hontiveros said.“It is clear that the billions earmarked for NTF-ELCAC would be better spent on helping Filipinos battered by the typhoon get back on their feet,” the senator stressed.“Unahin nating bigyang-tulong at pondo ang mga nabiktima ng kalamidad, hindi ang mga ahensiya na puro pagre-redtag at pagkakalat ng fake news ang ginagawa. (Let’s prioritize helping victims of calamities by giving them funds, not agencies that do nothing but red tag people and just go about spreading fake news),”  she reiterated.At the hearing of the Senate Committee on National Defense, the lawmaker noted that NTF-ELCAC has been allocated a proposed budget of P19-billion for 2021. Of this amount, P16-billion has been earmarked for its Barangay Development Program. Hontiveros also pointed out that the budget for NTF-ELCAC is “questionably astronomic” compared to the proposed budgets of other key agencies particularly the Department of Housing Settlements and Urban Development which only has P632-million, Office of the Ombudsman with only P3.36-billion, Department of Budget & Management (DBM) with only P1.9-billion, and even the Department of Finance (DOF) which only has P17.46-billion.“We should not spend such an inordinate amount of time and money on an agency running after ordinary citizens using the communist bogeyman. This is on top of the NTF-ELCAC’s bad track record of spreading fake news and silencing critical and dissenting voices,” she said. Hontiveros earlier defended entertainment personalities and women’s rights groups from the red tagging activities of Lt. General Antonio Parlade, chief of the Southern Luzon Command of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and NTF-ELCAC spokesperson.  She said she cannot begin “to imagine the anguish and emotional toll this must have taken on these women who have been directly-hit by these accusations, as well as their families.”“I am certain that it has also caused a chilling effect on citizens who only want to weigh in on issues of national importance and hold the government to account for its failures to the people,” she stressed. “The issues of the communist insurgency are not new to me. My party Akbayan historically has called for human rights accountability of non-state actors, at kasama dito ang NPA. I will not hesitate to speak against the violations of the NPA,” she further said. .....»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2020

P7.4 billion more added to Yolanda housing program

The housing program in areas devastated by Typhoon Yolanda has been given an additional P7.4 billion, Malacañang said on Saturday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 25th, 2020

100% tapos nang 356 Yolanda housing unit sa Leyte ipinamahagi ng IATF, LGU – Nograles

Manila, Philippines – Pinangunahan ni Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles kasama ang mga national at local officials sa pormal na pamamahagi ng mga tapos nang yunit ng pabahay sa bayan ng Baybay City, Leyte noong Lunes, Oktubre 19, 2020 bilang bahagi ng mga pagsisikap ng administrasyon na matugunan ang pangangailangan ng mga biktima ng Bagyong Yolanda. […] The post 100% tapos nang 356 Yolanda housing unit sa Leyte ipinamahagi ng IATF, LGU – Nograles appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 22nd, 2020

Go urges BFP to push modernization efforts

Senator Christopher ‘’Bong’’ Go on Friday urged the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) to continue its efforts to modernize and enhance its ranks by acquiring more fire trucks and equipment especially for the  remote areas in the country. Sen. Bong Go (Senate of the Philippines / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) Go issued the statement after attending yesterday the ceremonial turnover at the Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City of the recently procured equipment of the BFP, including 84 units of 1,000 gallons capacity fire trucks, five units of aerial ladder, and three units of rescue trucks to be distributed by BFP to various local government units around the country.  “All over the country po ito ipapamahagi. Natutuwa po ako dahil ang gusto naman po natin ay mabigyan ng sapat na kagamitan laban sa sunog ang mga iba’t ibang lugar — hopefully sa lahat ng sulok po ng bansa ay handa po tayo,” Go said. (These will be distributed all over the country. I am happy because we want to give the appropriate fire-fighting equipment to different parts of the country.)    Go said there are many municipalities that have no financial capabilities to buy such an equipment. “Hopefully, patuloy pa ang pag-acquire nila ng mga panibagong equipment. Kinausap ko rin po si Dir. Embang na ikonsidera rin nila ‘yung mga maliliit na fire trucks na puwedeng pumasok sa mga liblib o masisikip na lugar kasi doon po madalas nagkakasunog,” Go said, referring to BFP Chief Jose Embang, Jr. (Hopefully, their acquisition of fire-fighting equipment will continue. I told Director Embang that BFP should consider buying small fire trucks that can enter narrow roads and congested areas where fires usually originate from.) Last February 11, 2020, Go joined President Duterte in witnessing the turnover of 74 fire trucks. The Senator also continues to provide aid to fire victims in different parts of the country.  “Mahirap po mawalan ng bahay at kagamitan dahil sa sunog at iba pang sakuna. Kaya po patuloy akong nagbibigay ng tulong sa mga biktima at nag-iiwan ng ngiti sa oras ng kanilang pagdadalamhati,” Go said. (It is hard to lose a house and personal belongings due to fires. That is why I continue to extend help to fire victims and give them a reason to smile during a time of grief.) “Bilang isang Senador at public servant, patuloy po akong magseserbisyo, lalo na sa mga mahihirap at nangangailangan na apektado ng krisis tulad ng sunog. Kasabay nito ay pagsisikapan ko bilang mambabatas na mas palakasin pa ang ating fire prevention and protection measures,” he added. (As a senator and a public servant, I continue to be of service, particularly to victims of crises like fires. As a lawmaker, I continue to help to strengthen our fire prevention and protection measures.)     As vice-chairman of the Senate Committee on Peace and Order and as a main advocate of fire protection modernization initiatives, one of Go’s priority bills is Senate Bill 204 which is now consolidated under Committee Report No. 111, otherwise known as BFP Modernization Act of 2020.  The measure is currently undergoing the period of interpellation in the Senate. The bill aims to ensure the hiring of more personnel, acquisition of modern fire equipment, and the conduct of training for firefighters of the BFP.  The bill will also empower local communities in preventing fire incidents by mandating the BFP to conduct monthly fire prevention campaigns and information drives in all local government units (LGUs), especially in vulnerable areas.  Go said President Duterte fully supports the modernization efforts of the BFP. “Ang sabi ng Pangulo, sabihin mo sa kanila huwag na nila ako unahin, ‘yung kagamitan ng mga sundalo at kapulisan at bumbero ang unahin natin,” he said. (The President said the equipment of soldiers, policemen, and firemen should come first.) During the event, Go expressed his and Duterte’s full support for the country’s fire personnel, citing the government’s recent effort to increase the salaries and promote the welfare of the military and uniformed personnel.  “Full support po kami sa inyo. Unang-una po, ‘yung pangako niya pagkaupo pa lang niya bilang Pangulo, tinupad niya agad ang pangako niya,” Go said, referring to the increase in salaries provided to uniformed personnel, including firefighters. (We give our full support to you. The President fulfills his promises when he took over the presidency in 2016.) Go also said that he supports the President’s position of arming BFP personnel so they can help in the fight against criminality.  “We are currently studying this added measure of arming firefighters. Nabanggit na rin ito ng Pangulo. Makakatulong din sila sa paglaban ng kriminalidad at para rin maproteksyunan ang kanilang mga sarili. Pati sa kampanya laban sa droga, makakatulong din sila,” Go said. (This was mentioned by the President. They can help fight criminality and also protect themselves. They can also help in containing the spread of dangerous drugs.)    In addition to fire trucks and other modern equipment, Go also said that he is coordinating with BFP officials, government finance managers, and concerned agencies on how to also provide additional ambulance units to the BFP.  He said that providing ambulances will make the BFP more responsive in fulfilling its mandate and will be useful, especially in times of national emergencies given that their personnel are well-trained frontliners.  “Kapag mayroon nang vaccine kontra COVID-19, pwede pong tumulong ang BFP para mabakunahan ang mga tao. Nagtutulungan po lahat ng ating uniformed personnel, mula military, pulis, bumbero, at iba pa para maprotektahan ang kapakanan ng ating mga kababayan,” Go explained. (Our firemen can also help in the vaccination of our countrymen to fight the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Our uniformed personnel, from the military, policemen, firemen and others can help in protecting the interests of Filipinos.)  Go thanked officials for their efforts to modernize the BFP and for their continuing service, especially during the pandemic, specifically Department of the Interior and Local Government officials led by Secretary Eduardo Año and BFP officials led by Embang, Jr.  Go also acknowledged local officials and district representatives who were present, including Congressman Onyx Crisologo of the 1st District of Quezon City, Congresswoman Angel Amante-Matba of the 2nd District of Agusan del Norte, Mayor Marcy Teodoro of Marikina City, and Mayor Judy Amante of Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte and thanked them for their support to the national government in the bayanihan efforts to overcome the pandemic.  “Dahil mahirap ang panahon ngayon, we have to adjust to the new normal pero konting tiis lang po. Alam kong hirap po kayo. Kami ni Pangulong Duterte, hindi kami nawawalan ng pag-asa, magtulungan lang po tayo. Sino pa ba ang magtutulungan kundi tayong kapwa Pilipino,” he said, (Because times are hard, we have to adjust to the new normal. Please bear with us. I know you are suffering. I and President Go have not lost hope. We should help one another.).....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2020

LGU shelter plans get support

The Subdivision and Housing Developers Association, an organization of private developers, has committed to carry out the housing plans of local government units, according to the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 6th, 2020

Century Properties Group pre-sells P6.1 billion in 6 months

Real estate development firm Century Properties Group posted P6.1 billion in reservation sales for the first half of 2020, equivalent to 1,925 homes or 651 condominium units under its in-city vertical developments business and 1,274 house and lot units under its affordable housing brand......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 10th, 2020

Home property prices hit 4-yr high

Residential property values posted a new four-year high as prices across all types of housing units soared in the first quarter of the year, data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) showed on Friday. The central bank’s Residential Real Estate Price Index (RREPI) surged by 12.4 percent to 134.9 in the first three months […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 26th, 2020