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about 9 months ago

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Saturday called it "grossly unfair" for Kadamay members to accuse the government of trying to evict them.

about 1 year ago

This is to distribute the houses to other beneficiaries, while bigger units would soon be awarded to soldiers and policemen, the National Housing Authority says.

about 1 year ago

More than a hundred people claiming to be legitimate public housing applicants rally in Bulacan. They ask, if the government condoned the group Kadamay in forcibly occupying vacant units, shouldn't those with legitimate applications go first?

about 1 year ago

With the eviction of Kadamay from government housing averted, the Philippine National Police, which is one of the project's beneficiaries, is concerned that their rights to housing may be taken from them.

about 1 year ago

After the eviction of urban poor groups in a resettlement site in Bulacan was averted, the PNP expressed concern over the protection of housing rights for policemen.

about 1 year ago

Some relief in a continuing housing standoff in Pandi, Bulacan, which began when members of Kadamay occupied government houses built for uniformed personnel of the government. While an eviction notice has been served last week, forced eviction now seems unlikely following a dialogue with the National Housing Authority.

about 1 year ago

Thousands of families from a militant poor group illegally occupying housing units in Bulacan get relief from eviction.

about 1 year ago

The National Housing Authority has served members of KADAMAY an eviction notice.

about 1 year ago

From a protest to a standoff, emotions ran high when members of an urban poor group tried to occupy a housing project in Bocaue, Bulacan. Beneficiaries of the project, at the same time, were up in arms to keep them away.

about 3 years ago

Children running around barefoot on a pile of garbage and people taking a bath amid the stench. These are ordinary scenes at Happy Land in Tondo, Manila — a temporary relocation site for informal settlers.