SIM Registration QUICK Links:
Over 350 'pabahay' beneficiaries receive land titles in Tacloban

Over 350 'pabahay' beneficiaries receive land titles in Tacloban

Three hundred fifty-six pabahay recipients have finally received their long-awaited land titles. Photo/Screencap: Tacloban Explorer/Youtube

TACLOBAN CITY — Some 356 'pabahay' beneficiaries received their land titles for several housing units at St. Francis Village in Tacloban North, which was organized by the City Government of Tacloban through the City Housing & Community Development Office (CHDO) in collaboration with the National Housing Authority (NHA) on Thursday, October 14.

Exactly 272 beneficiaries are from Villa Sofia who received their property titles for their housing units in the said resettlement site.

Meanwhile, eleven (11) beneficiaries from Villa Diana, thirty-nine (29) from North Hill Arbours One, twenty-seven (27) from North Hill Arbours Two, and eighteen (18) from the host community Saint Francis Village have received their certificate of land titles. 

Posted by Tacloban City Information Office on Thursday, October 14, 2021

The "Yolanda Pabahay Housing Project" units are located in safer areas away from the dangers of coastal calamities such as storm surge, as happened eight years ago.

The program was presided over by Mayor Alfred Romualdez, former Mayor Cristina Romualdez, and City Councilor Aimee Grafil, Chair of the Committee on Urban Poor, Housing, and Human Resettlement.

Raymund Romualdez, President of the Hiraya Foundation and a candidate for the vice-mayoralty in the 2022 National Elections, was also present.

The 'pabahay' beneficiaries can now live in peace in their housing units without fear of being evicted by the government. —Tacloban News Update (Source: Tacloban-CIO)

iTacloban aims to help people by providing the most recent educational content such as online guides, tutorials, news, updates, and digital content from the Philippines and around the world. Email us at for business promotions or partnerships. facebook twitter email

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post