The Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) and its partners have launched seven housing projects in November to fulfill its commitment of providing decent and affordable homes to Filipino families.
“These housing projects are solid testament of the Duterte administration’s commitment to provide resilient, safe and affordable shelters to all Filipinos, especially the underprivileged,” Secretary Eduardo del Rosario said.
“Through DHSUD, the government is now expanding its reach to assist more Filipino families to avail of decent and affordable homes they can call their own,” he added.
In November, seven government housing projects have been inaugurated or launched and broke ground targeting over 3,500 families in various parts of the country as beneficiaries.
On Nov. 4, Del Rosario flew to Iloilo City for the groundbreaking of the Uswag low-rise residential building in Barangay San Isidro, Jaro District.
Six days later, he graced the ribbon-cutting and ceremonial turnover for the three-story Marangal Village Homeowners Association Inc.’s high density housing in Barangay Longos, Malabon City, and the four-story Samahang Magkakapitbahay Na Nagkakaisa HOA Inc. in Barangay San Agustin, Novaliches, Quezon City.
On Nov. 19, the housing czar led the groundbreaking and ceremonial turnover of check donation for land development of the 1Bataan Village in Orion, Bataan.
Three days later, he went to Baler, Aurora, and celebrated his birthday by rolling out two more housing projects in the province that intend to benefit 143 families living along danger zones.