The Difference Between the Marawi Temporary Shelter of Pres. Duterte to Yolanda Housing of Pres. PNoy (Video)


Pres. Rody Duterte promised that under his administration he will make sure that corruptions will be minimized if not eradicated and it starts with the construction of the highly anticipated Korean-made temporary shelter for Marawi victims. Veteran reporter Erwin Tulfo exposed the difference between the Marawi shelter and the Yolanda housing of the former Pres. Aquino.



Watch the Video Report by Erwin Tulfo:



The National Housing Authority revealed that the prepared temporary shelter for the victims of the Marawi City siege will feature a 22 square meter single detached house which only costs around P160,000.

The P160K worth of temporary shelter is way better compared to the costly P800,000 temporary shelter for Yolanda victims during the administration of Pres. Aquino built by the DSWD. The Aquino-era temporary shelter has 10-sqm space without bathrooms.

Meanwhile, under the Duterte administration's temporary shelter program made by Korean contractors, the units are more comfortable with complete kitchen and shower room and can accommodate up to 5 to 7 family members.

According to Bangon Marawi Executive Director Usec Cesar Yano, the target completion of the temporary shelters for Marawi victims will be at the end of this year as they will be able to finish at least 600 hundreds or 400 short of the 1,000 units targeted.

NHA Head of Operations Engr. Victor Balba on his part was quoted as saying "Si President Duterte laging hands on doon[ sa Marawi], talagang halos almost every two weeks andoon siya, umabot na doon sa ground zero, umabot na doon sa transition center. Iba yung Presidente natin ngayon, masipag, siguro dahil na rin meron siyang political will.”

Source: PTV News


The Difference Between the Marawi Temporary Shelter of Pres. Duterte to Yolanda Housing of Pres. PNoy (Video) The Difference Between the Marawi Temporary Shelter of Pres. Duterte to Yolanda Housing of Pres. PNoy (Video) Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 10/22/2017 Rating: 5

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