Social Housing Finance Corporation’s (SHFC) has joined the rehabilitation efforts of the national government for victims of Yolanda.
The SHFC’s first housing project supporting the survivors of the super-typhon officially broke ground in Palawan on November 28, six years after the super typhoon struck the province. The initiative, financed under the Community Mortgage Program (CMP) Post Disaster Recovery and Rehabilitation modality, will benefit a total of 143 families from Guadalupe Homeowners Association, Inc. (HOAI) who live along the coastal areas in the Municipality of Coron.
Groundbreaking ceremony held in Brgy. Guadalupe was led by SHFC President Atty. Arnolfo Ricardo Cabling and Mayor Mario Reyes. Also gracing the event were SHFC Board of Directors, Recovery Projects Vice President Annicia Villafuerte, Visayas Operations OIC Vice-President Jesus Eden Cidro, Provincial Information Officer Winston Arzaga, who represented Governor Jose Chavez Alvarez, and community members.
In his speech, Atty. Cabling highlighted the importance of community effort in reducing coastal disaster vulnerability. “Sa patuloy na pagtutulungan at pagkakaisa natin, ng local government, barangay, probinsya, parokya, at iba pang miyembro ng ating komunidad, masisiguro natin na malulutas ang suliraning pabahay para sa mga communities sa coastal areas ng Coron,” he said.