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PRC's Operation Typhoon Hayan Builds 2,298 Houses PDF Print E-mail
“The remaining houses are under construction and up for completion in time for  the termination of German and Swiss Red Cross core shelter support by September,” said Typhoon Haiyan Operation in Capiz Shelter Sector Officer Paul Arcenas.

He added that some of the houses were funded by the  International Federation of Red Cross, HSBC, Taiwan and Hong Kong Red Cross in identified housing project sites.

The PRC’s core shelter assistance is implemented in the identified barangays of Panay, Panit-an, Ivisan, Dao, Dumalag, Dumarao and Tapaz towns.

“These houses were designed to withstand strong typhoons,” he noted, adding that the core shelter units are either full wooden or half concrete structures.

Each of the full wooden house costs P80,000.00 to P100,00.00 while a half concrete house ranges from P100,000.00 to P120,000.00.

The Red Cross is among the many international humanitarian organizations which immediately responded to help Capiceños after the onslaught of supertyphoon Yolanda in 2013. (JCM/AAL/PIA6 Capiz)
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