The program, directed by the national leadership, involves relocation and resettlement of families residing in or along danger areas in Metro Manila particularly those along waterways such as creeks, rivers, and esteros. It is undertaken mainly through in-city multi-storey housing development utilizing government- owned land. NHA undertakes housing development while estate management/ building maintenance shall be undertaken either by LGUs, NGOs, or homeowners' associations. It also covers implementation of alternative in-city project schemes proposed by program stakeholders and off-city resettlement where in-city project plans are not feasible.
A 5-year program intended to provide permanent housing facilities for low-income military and police personnel. The program is pursued under Administrative Order No. 9 dated 11 April 2011.
Manggahan Floodway, Pasig. Today, President Benigno S. Aquino III will inspect the Manggahan Residences, a Low Rise Building (LRB) Project of the National Housing Authority under the supervision of the new Chairperson of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) Atty. Chito M. Cruz. This project is under the Php 50 billion fund the President allocated for the Metro Manila informal settler families (ISFs) living along danger zones, rivers, creeks and waterways. As a five-year housing program (2012-2016), the PNOY fund will provide housing to a total of 104, 219 ISFs from the Metro.continue reading . . .
Creating safer communities for our less fortunate and underprivileged Filipino brothers and sisters is a great thrust of our national government. This is the goal of the Department of Budget and Management as it released P286.7 million to the National Housing Authority . . .continue reading . . .
For several decades, the House of Representatives was home to some of the most powerful "informal settlers" in the Philippines.
The National Housing Authority (NHA) on May 13, 2015 officially transferred ownership of the 19-hectare Batasan Pambansa Complex in Quezon City . . .continue reading . . .
President Benigno S. Aquino III, on 22 April 2015, signed Memorandum Order No. 79 transferring the functions of the Office of the Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery (OPARR) to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). . . .continue reading . . .
By its colloquial tag, toka means "share", "role", or "part" in accomplishing a task to be made by a group of people. Thus, the Toka Toka Para sa Malinis na Ilog Movement was created to encourage everyone to pledge and take part in the drive to revive our rivers and bring back their old glory . . .continue reading . . .
The National Housing Authority – Gender and Development Technical Working Group (NHA-GAD TWG) is pleased to announce the launching of Gawad Parangal Kabalikat sa Pabahay Awarding as it is about to take another hallmark in October 2015. . .continue reading . . .
Undertake individualization of your community loan account. Be updated with your monthly amortization payments and be closer to paying in full your individual account with the NHA and receive your title to your homelot. These have been the motivating messages given to member beneficiaries of NHA's . . .continue reading . . .
Economic growth and development have reached the National Housing Authority(NHA) Slum Improvement Resettlement (SIR) in Barangays Macabalan-Puntod (MaPu) and Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. Former slum areas, MaPu is now one of the gates for economic growth here in Mindanao. The rehabilitation of the roads and drainage are means to improve . . .continue reading . . .
Environmental Protection cum Livelihood Enhancement Programs are but one of the many vital corollary service delivery thrusts of the Authority for its beneficiaries across the country, especially in Tacloban City . . .continue reading . . .
"Select Typhoon Yolanda housing beneficiaries will render a minimum of 500 voluntary working hours for the construction of Kapuso Housing projects in Palo and Tacloban, Leyte", Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council Vice President Jejomar C. Binay . . .continue reading . . .
Families of the forty-four (44) PNP-SAF personnel killed in action in Mamasapano, Maguindanao on January 25, 2015 are now in communication with the National Housing Authority (NHA) for the housing assistance extended by the Office of the President. Based on the interview with the families of the 44 PNP-SAF by the Northern and Central Luzon (NCL) AMO under Region III OIC Romuel P. Alimboyao, housing assistance was one of their priority concerns. The NHA contacted each of the families . . .continue reading . . .
The National Housing Authority's 2015 Work Program and Corporate Operating Budget (COB) worth Php 71, 447 million is now approved by the NHA Board, chaired by Vice President Jejomar C. Binay. This total COB will allow the Authority to pursue its Corporate Thrusts and Program Priorities in line with the policy and program directions set by the national government and...continue reading . . .
February 06, 2015 was a milestone not only for the National Housing Authority (NHA) and the Philippine Children's Medical Center (PCMC) but most importantly, for the homeless and sick children who are the beneficiaries of these institutions, respectively. With the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement for the Transfer of Ownership . . .continue reading . . .
More than 50 participants composed of department and division managers, officers-in-charge, and regional office managers attended the two-day Effective Writing Workshop: Writing for Posterity conducted by the National Housing Authority-Gender and Development (NHA-GAD) last February 23-24, 2015 . . .continue reading . . .
In preparation for the 2015 Work Plan and Budget, the NHA through the Corporate Planning Office (CPO) facilitated the two level Corporate Assessment and Work Programming activities held at the NHA Operations Center last October 22-28, and December 01, 2014 respectively . . .continue reading . . .
Families who have lost homes in Mindanao due to Typhoon Storm (TS) Pablo (international name Bopha) will end the year with a great celebration. Around 3,505 of them had moved now to their new housing units in New Bataan, Compostela Valley Province . . .continue reading . . .
Silently observing the housing units turnover proceedings in Compostela Valley, Ms. Armelie Polinar Entero, a government employee looks like she was watching a movie happening in front of her. Seated beside the Kanlungan Team, she willingly shared her . . .continue reading . . .