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HUMAN SETTLEMENTS &

HOUSING
ARCHPC34

NGO
PHILIPPINES
HOUSING AGENCIES/PROJECTS

REODICA, DANIELLE ANNE E.
REYES, MARY GABRIELLE M.
PROPONENTS

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
NGO GAWAD KALINGA
DEFINITION NGO
PHILIPPINES

NGO

 BINGO (business-friendly international NGO
 A non-governmental organization or big international NGO); the Red Cross is
(NGO) is any non-profit, voluntary one example of a BINGO.
citizens' group which is organized on a  ENGO (environmental NGO); the World
Wildlife Fund is one example of an ENGO.
local, national or international level.
 GONGO (government-operated NGO), by
 A citizen-based association that definition not an NGO but an organization
operates independently of government, created by a government to resemble an NGO
usually to deliver resources or serve to further some agenda.
some social or political purpose.  INGO (international NGO); Oxfam is one
 Task-oriented and driven by people example of an INGO.
with a common interest:  QUANGO (quasi-autonomous NGO), an NGO
which may have some governmental
 perform a variety of service and
members; the ISO is one example of a
humanitarian functions QUANGO.
 bring citizen concerns to  RINGO (religious international NGO); the
Governments Catholic Relief Services is one example of a
 advocate and monitor policies RINGO.
 encourage political participation  Other NGO acronyms include DONGO
through provision of information (Donor Organized NGO), TANGO (technical
assistance NGO) and MANGO (market
advocacy NGO).

NGO non-governmental
organization NGO non-governmental
organization

DEFINITION VARIATIONS

” VISION MISSION . Demonstrate the Focus on shelter. love of Jesus Christ. "A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE HAS A DECENT PLACE TO LIVE. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PHILIPPINES (HFHP) Support Advocate for sustainable Promote affordable and dignity housing. development. transformational and hope.

Pres.  Habitat International is present in 90 countries JIMMY AND ROSALYNN CARTER and has built over half a million homes since  Former U. homes in six locations – President Jimmy Carter and his wife Cavite. Gen. (1984) leader in addressing the issues of poverty  The Carters came to the housing. Tagbilaran. Jimmy Carter 1976. Bacolod.  A country affiliate of Habitat International which is based in Atlanta. A non-profit organization that builds sustainable communities by providing affordable HABITAT FOR HUMANITY and decent homes for the less privileged and by partnering with various sectors for holistic PHILIPPINES (HFHP) community development. Habitat for Humanity is a true world New York City.S. Philippines and built 293  Its primary volunteers are former U. Rosalynn who allot a week each year for Dumaguete. CARTER WORK PROJECT. (1999) ABOUT HFHP VOLUNTEERS . Georgia. Santos. and Habitat for Humanity. Parañaque. USA. the JIMMY in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller.S. to  Today. and Rosalynn took their first  Habitat for Humanity International was founded Habitat Work trip.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PHILIPPINES (HFHP) Alden Richards Arnold Clavio AMBASSADORS Daniel Chris Tiu Derek Ramsay Karen Davila Matsunaga Manny Margie Kim Atienza Kris Aquino Pacquaio Moran- Floirendo Matteo Guidicelli Slater Young Tonipet Gaba .

FIRST LOCAL AFFILIATE (1988) HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PHILIPPINES (HFHP) PHILIPPINE LEADERSHIP . BOARD OF TRUSTEES NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OFFICE ARCH’T. JOSE PEDRO (1994) “BONG” RECIO.

WE BUILD WE BUILD HOMES COMMUNITIES WE BUILD WE BUILD COMMUNAL WATER & FACILITIES SANITATION SYSTEMS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PHILIPPINES (HFHP) PROJECTS .

WE BUILD HOMES DUPLEX .

WE BUILD HOMES ROW HOUSE .

WE BUILD HOMES MEDIUM-RISE BUILDINGS .

WE BUILD HOMES WALK-UP APARTMENT .

Payatas. Oriental Mindoro Panghulo. Cagayan de Oro City Western Bicutan. Panabo City. Iloilo Xavier Ecoville. Taguig City Jaro. Pasig City Indahag Phase I. Davao del Norte Nagpayong. Canlubang. Albay Pinagbuhatan. Pasig City Naujan. Laguna Navotas City Daraga. Lumbia. Cagayan de Oro City Calaanan Phase III. Cagayan de Oro City Saint Bernard. Southern Leyte Indahag Phase II. Rizal WE BUILD Baseco. Cagayan de Oro City Calauan. Manila Bicol Region Project COMMUNITIES Bistekville I. Malabon City . Pasay City de Oro City Monica Homes. Tanza.Baras. Laguna Pedring Relocation Site. Quezon City Calaanan Phase II. Cagayan Malibay.

MULTI-PURPOSE DAY CARE CENTER CENTER HEALTH LIBRARY CENTER WE BUILD COMMUNAL FACILITIES .

DISASTER RESPONSE .

DISASTER RESPONSE .

DISASTER RESPONSE .

MAP .

Gawad Kalinga is building a nation GAWAD empowered by people with faith and patriotism. Ending poverty for dedicated to eradicate 5 million families poverty and restore by 2024. human dignity. KALINGA a nation made up of caring and sharing communities. VISION MISSION .

impossible in solidarity with others.Padugo. TENETS . behind. Para sa Diyos at Para sa Bayan I commit to love God and my country. Huli sa Benepisyo Walang Iwanan I commit to serve rather than I commit to leave no one to be served. Una sa Serbisyo. Tataya Ako Bayanihan I commit to bleed for the I commit to challenge the mission.

Gawad Kalinga began with a simple desire to give care and leave no one behind.000 organized communities and has been adopted in other developing nations like Cambodia. Since then it has expanded its work to over 2. Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Inc. Caloocan City. (GK) was formally established in 2003. It is also in the forefront of peace-building work in conflict areas in Mindanao and reconstruction work in post-disaster communities. the biggest squatters relocation site in Metro Manila. but the work began as early as 1994 in Bagong Silang. JOURNEY . Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation.

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strives to create a Philippines and world with no more slums. In the eyes of GK there is “less for self. known as GK. [and] enough for all. more for others. GK and volunteers build homes. aiming to create sustainable villages. and forming safe communities as well as transforming danger and poverty into nation building and lifting each other up. and no more poverty.Gawad Kalinga. no more violence.” .

GK Village in Payatas- .Before GK in Payatas.

End of Presentation .

QUESTIONS .

Foundation year of Habitat for Humanity Philippines. Current chairman of the board of HFHP. The two main NGO in the Philippines on housing aspect. What are the countries stated that has been adopted in other developing nation? 4. 3.1. 2. The year of establishment of Gawad Kalinga. . 5.

13. Four projects of HFHP 8. Main mission of Gawad Kalinga 14. where is the biggest squatters relocation site in metro manila? 7. In early 1994.6.-11. Building a nation empowered by people with faith and patriotism. Four types of housing under the project. . WE BUILD HOMES. Tenets of Gawad Kalinga 12. Meaning of NGO 15.

“A world where everyone has a ______ place to live. President involved in the HFHP and came to the Philippines and built 293 homes in six locations? 20. 19. He is one of the GMA News Anchors. . Complete the Vision of HFHP. Who is the former U. A citizen-based association that operates independently of government. 17.16.” 18. Host and current one of the ambassadors of HFHP. usually to deliver resources or serve some social or political purpose.S. The founders of Habitat for Humanity International last 1976.

ANSWERS .

ROW HOUSE. 2003 12.S. BAYANIHAN. GAWAD KALINGA 6. NGO 7. WALANG IWANAN. BAGONG SILANG. ENDING POVERTY FO 5 MILLION CAMBODIA FAMILIES BY 2024 4.-11. INDONESIA AND PAPUA NEW GUINEA. MEDIUM-RISE. Pres. GAWAD KALINGA & HABITAT FOR 14. JOSE PEDRO “BONG” RECIO 15. UNA SA SERBISYO. 1976 WALK-UP APARTMENT 3. 13. 20. DECENT FACILITIES AND WATER AND SANITATION18. ARCH’T. COMMUNITIES. HOMES. COMMUNAL 17. HULI SA BENEPISYO .1. DUPLEX. NON-GOVERNMENTAL HUMANITY PHILIPPINES ORGANIZATIONS 5. MILLARD AND LINDA FULLER SYSTEMS 19. ARNOLD CLAVIO PARA SA DIYOS AT PARA SA BAYAN. 2. Former U. CALOOCAN CITY 16. JIMMY CARTER 8.