Friday, April 21, 2017

WATCH: Mga biktima ng Zamboanga Siege nakatangap ng Pabahay sa Gobyerno!

ABOUT 175 families displaced when Moro rebels infiltrated Zamboanga City in 2013 are set to return to their permanent homes on Wednesday, as the National Housing Authority (NHA) is turning over housing units built under the Zamboanga City Roadmap to Recovery and Reconstruction (Z3R) program. The NHA will turn over the newly-built housing units to the City Government, which in turn will hand it over to the identified beneficiary-families. NHA District Manager Al-Khwarizmi Indanan said that 113 of the 175 newly-built housing units are for the Lustre Homeowners Association members in the village of Sta. Catalina while the remaining 62 are for the members of the Islamic Village Homeowners Association in the village of Sta. Barbara. The two villages were among the areas badly affected by the21-day siege in September 2013. Indanan said Lustre Homeowners Association housing package consists of total 154 single loftable units. He said the remaining housing units for the association members have already been completed but documents for the turnover are still under process. The Islamic Village Homeowners Association housing units consist of 67 single loftable units, and the construction of the remaining five units has yet to start, he added. Indanan, together with Mayor Ma. Isabelle Climaco-Salazar, will lead the turnover of the newly-completed housing units. They will be joined by other officials of NHA and representatives from other concerned agencies




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