Finding the Good Out of Yolanda

WHO SAYS WOMEN CAN’T? Lady members of the Pawa Homeowner’s Association (HOA) in Panay, Capiz actively participate in the rebuilding efforts of their houses damaged by super typhoon Yolanda. The housing project was under the partnership of the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC) and the UN Habitat. Read More
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Rising through the Storm

History’s strongest typhoon to ever hit the land may have caused the loss of homes, but through initiative, solidarity and hard work, supported by collaborative agencies, Yolanda survivors in Capiz and Iloilo City have rebuilt their lives and created stronger communities.
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Shelter Security: Igniting the fire towards women empowerment

Over the years, the Philippines has been scoring good ratings from international gender equality measures and indices for its implementation of gender-sensitive policies.

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Partners to rebuild Yolanda-hit community in 7 months

Tacloban City - The dream of more than 300 families belonging to Villa de Tacloban Homeowner’s Association (HOA) of living in a safer community has started, following the symbolic ground breaking of their chosen relocation site in Brgy. Cabalawan.
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Pro-Muslim housing project
breaks ground in Zamboanga
Officials and representatives from various non-
government organizations and local government unit
grace the groundbreaking ceremony of SHFC’s pilot
project for a culturally-sensitive housing finance
program in Zamboanga City.  
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SHFC pushes for Islam-compliant housing policies

SHFC and Ateneo de Davao University (ADDU) commit to work together in developing housing policies that are responsive to the needs of the Muslim culture. SHFC President Ma. Ana Oliveros and ADDU President Fr. Joel Tabora, S.J. recently led the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding at the ADDU campus in Davao City. 
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