BULAKENYA MOM THRIVES IN SHAPING COMMUNITY, RAISING KIDS
Along with 167 other families, Ningning used to live in a community in the highlands of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, without land title, access to water, and electricity. Moreover, the lack of decent road networks made it difficult for them to move around. "Talagang sa una, napakahirap kasi ang darning kulang. Bundok kasi siya at bukirin. Hindi mo iisipin na dito ka titira," she explained as she looked back at their previous situation.
LAND TITLE REJUVENATES SENIOR KAPAMPANGAN
Even though he had difficulty walking, Feliciano mustered the strength to climb the stage and participate in the title awarding ceremony, which he considered as one of the most memorable moments in his life... Read More
ANSWERED PRAYER: LAGUNA MOM GETS OWN LAND THROUGH GOD’S GRACE
The moment Ma. Cristina Tabilog of Sto. Niño Nurpa HOAI got hold of her own TCT on October 25 in San Pablo, Laguna, she immediately pointed to the sky and whispered a silent prayer of thanks. “Napatunayan ko po talaga na sapat at mabuti ang Diyos sa buhay ng mga taong nagtitiwala sa kanya,” she said, with emotions effusing from her voice...
SHFC CLIENTS GET LOAN REPRIEVE AMID COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC), the lead government agency mandated to undertake socialized housing for low-income earners, is implementing a three-month moratorium on the payment of loan amortization of its partner-homeowners from March 16, 2020 to June 16, 2020. This is SHFC’s answer to the call of President Rodrigo Duterte to exhaust all efforts to respond to the needs of Filipinos amid the threat of COVID-19 in the country.
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SHFC REALIGNS P21 MILLION FOR PH COVID-19 FIGHT
Despite the spending cuts, the agency will proceed with the provision of adequate housing in clean neighborhoods as it has become even more crucial at this time as a long-term strategy to fight the spread of the virus.
SAFER HOMES UPLIFT 200 DAVAO FAMILIES AMID COVID-19
The provision of adequate housing is especially timely, given that viruses spread fast in
congested informal settlements. The approval was made after SHFC announced that it is
suspending some of its ancillary activities for the year worth P21 million to help the government
fund its programs to contain the pandemic.