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Thursday, January 26, 2017

BETTER HOMES GIVEN TO YOLANDA VICTIMS


Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES










Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.


Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.

Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike.
Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.


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Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City

Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their former house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families when another super typhoon comes.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.

Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
Bella showing her new bathroom.

Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues. 
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES

Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their belongings and move to the more safer village provided by the government.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES



According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES







To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES



Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES

The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.
An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino.
As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.
Victims of the onslaught of typhoon Yolanda  in Tacloban, Leyte is now enjoying  far better homes under the Duterte administration.   President Duterte awarding the house units to the victims of typhoon Yolanda.  Families who lost their homes express deep gratitude  to President Rodrigo Duterte as they were given a more durable, typhoon resilient and more presentable houses than they had before the super typhoon strike. Bella, one of the beneficiaries of a house unit at the New Hope Village, the relocation site for Yolanda victims, expressed her satisfaction on their new home.   READ: DUTERTE  SPEED    New Hope Village Landmark at Brgy Sta. Elena, Tacloban City  Complete with kitchen and bathroom. You can also put a partition for bedrooms. Bigger than their formal house as Bella described. Far from the coastal area where they lived before, the New Hope Village is safer for the relocated families.  Bella showing her kitchen in her newly awarded home.    Bella showing her new bathroom.  Bella  was one of the many who opposes to be relocated due to proximity issues.    Their work and livelihood is very far from the relocation site as compared to the new site, their jobs and livelihood. But according to Bella, when the rain comes, the memories of the nightmare from Yolanda onslaught still haunts them and so they decided to pick up their baggages and move to the more safer village provided by the government.     According to the Tacloban City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO), the houses are well built and complies to every standards set by the National Housing Authority (NHA). Any Irregularity in the construction may lead to non-issuance of permit from the City Engineers Office. Even the area is guaranteed safe  from typhoon devastation.         To keep the villagers secured, ten security guards are making rounds 24/7 all over the village. It's a part of the contract with the private contractors to the government. The villagers like Bella is enjoying safety and security of a private subdivision.       The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community.   The smile on residents faces shows their satisfaction on their new homes and community. An evident proof of President Duterte's compassion to every Filipino. As the name of the village implies, the victims of typhoon Yolanda has been given a new hope after the heartbreak and devastation caused by the disaster. They will once again rise and wear a new smile on their faces.  Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient. Below is the outside view of the houses.  PRESIDENT DUTERTE VISITS ADMIRAL TRIBUTS    DTI ACCREDITED CARGO FORWARDERS FOR 2017   NO MORE PHYSICAL INSPECTION FOR BALIKBAYAN BOXES    BOC DELISTED CARGO FORWARDERS AND BROKERS   BALIKBAYAN BOXES SHOULD BE PROTECTED  DOLE ENCOURAGES OFW TEACHERS TO TEACH IN THE PHILIPPINES
Top: President Duterte visited one of the house units with the newly moved in recipient.
Below is the outside view of the houses.


DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo also posted photos taken during her visit to the New Hope Village in Tacloban City.




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