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Ang Bagong Samahan Kapit…

Established: 1987

Previously it is a fishpond

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Angela - 3 Home…

Established: 1986

Our parents were stay before in this settlement then we are the next generation the children to continue…

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Arroyo Compound

Established: 2005

People coming from different areas in Matina saw that the land was not used by the awarded EP…

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BAHOSFA- Btang home settlers…

Established: 2014

There were many logs arrived in this sitio which is called batang.

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Balai

Established: 1996

1996 the Barangay Captain relocated the people in better living area, Balai before is swampy, and lots of…

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Balete

Established: 1975

Most of people living in this place before was fishermen.

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Bangkaan

Established: 1998

Most of the people occupying this place are sharers from their parents, it is an excess area of…

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Barangay 31D SIR Pilot…

Established: 1978

The area was burn then rebuilt by the brgy.

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Bartoline Compound

Established: 1960

Mr. Joaquin Bartoline allowed people to stay in his areas, they have to pay rent for the land…

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Batag

Established: 2016

This settlement called Batag because the people lives here came from Brgy. Bato and From Brgy. Tagabli. and…

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Bolton Island

Established: 1970

Most of the occupants are fishermen but because it is nearest to the development many are coming to…

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BUNHOA

Established: 1990

Bucana is a biggest area in coastal, but the barangay clustered the area to easily identify and to…

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Originating in the dumpsites of Payatas, the Filipino Federation now has chapters in 25 cities throughout the country. Always prioritising the most vulnerable communities, the Federation uses savings to mobilise victims of disasters, ecological crisis, and evictions. By collecting information about city development plans and drawing local authorities into dialogue, land for the urban poor has been secured in several cities. The Federation is working to engage the government in discussions surrounding building standards and social housing programmes. See Asian Coalition for Housing Rights (ACHR) website for more information on upgrading projects in Philippines. Click here.


Summary

Active Cities: 14

Active Settlements: 93

Savings Groups: 253

Federation Members: 8953

Cities

1.Quezon City
2.Muntinlupa City
3.Valenzuala City
4.Rogriguez
5.Rizal
6.Labo
7.Cam. Norte
8.Guinibatan
9.Daraga
10.Camalig
11.Sorsogon City
12.Talisay City
13.Mandaue City
14.Davao
15.Digos
16.Kidapawan Cities
17.IliIlo

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Sonia Fadrigo (Federation)

Telephone:

(+63) 2 455 9480 (Sonia Fadrigo)

Email Address:

scadornigara@yahoo.com

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http://www.hpfpi.org/

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