Construction of 300 Houses for Resettlement Project Phase 2-B Breaks Ground

Three hundred (300) houses shall soon rise out of the 3.5 hectare land in the Cagayan de Oro Resettlement and Socialized Housing Project (CDORSHP) Phase 2-B in Calaanan, Barangay Canitoan through the joint efforts of the city government and the Habitat for Humanity Philippines.

This, after City Mayor Vicente “Dongkoy” Y. Emano, together with officials and representatives of Habitat, City Council members and city hall department heads, led the groundbreaking ceremony, June 25, 2012, on the permanent housing project for the flood victims.

Mapasalamaton ako’g dako sa Habitat, ilabi na sa ilang donor nga Lutheran World Relief International, non-government organization, sa pagbuhat na pud og dugang mga balay alang sa atong mga kaigsoonan nga biktima sa baha. Dili gayud mahingpit ang pagbarog sa dakbayan gikan sa trahedya kung wala ang dakong tabang sa Habitat,” the mayor said in gratitude.


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City Mayor Vicente “Dongkoy” Y. Emano and Lutheran World Relief International Country Director Femia Baldeo pours in together the first concrete mix to fill the foundations of the first house in the Cagayan de Oro Resettlement and Socialized Housing Project (CDORSHP) Phase 2-B in Calaanan, Canitoan. This joint project of the City Government and the Habitat for Humanity Phil., together with Habitat’s partner, the Lutheran World Relief International, stands on a government-acquired 3.5- hectare-lot with 300 houses expected to be completed in a few months.

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