Members of Partido Manggagawa in Bulacan say their applications have been pending with the National Housing Authority for two years and counting
The provincial government of Bataan says that it would provide housing for 250 affected families within the next 3 to 5 months
The settlers, who live at Amona Outpost in the northern West Bank, approve a revised proposal from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
'Kasi 'yung walang mapuntahan, sirain mo ang bahay, parang aso. Eh saan pupunta 'yung mga tao?' says President Rodrigo Duterte
321 families from Pasar Ikan were forced to move to low-cost apartments and must now find new ways to make a living
The President inspects one of the towns worst hit by Typhoon Lando, while Malacañang assures the public there are sufficient calamity funds
Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman clarifies that the proposed transitional shelters was an interim solution while conflict continues in the Lumads' area, and is not meant to remove them from their ancestral land
For more than a year, the clothespin makers of Bocaue, Bulacan, have been earning a meager P2 per kilo. Most of them receive less than P200 from producing 3 to 5 sacks per week.
The HSBC Expat Explorer survey shows that 57% of expats living in the Philippines have found their work to be more fulfilling since relocating here
Referring to the pictures of the Aylan Kurdi, which 'had stirred the hearts of the world public,' Guterres says: 'Europe cannot go on responding to this crisis with a piecemeal or incremental approach.'
Acting Makati City Mayor Kid Peña creates a task force that will fast track relocated Makati residents' access to water, electricity, and land titles
Acting Makati City Mayor Kid Peña plans to continue providing services to the relocation site in Calauan, Laguna, which a Binay critic alleged was overpriced
'Now is also the time to examine closely what worked and did less so and make the structural fixes required to further enhance capacity to respond and recover in the future'
International housing aid group distributes 25 houses to 25 families in Tacloban City
Labor strikes, wage increase, and historical issues are reasons many Japanese manufacturers want to exit China and enter the Philippines
The families are relocated to Pandi, Bulacan
Yolanda survivors transferred to a government resettlement project in Barangay Cabalawan, Tacloban, complain of poor quality houses
Many of the residents actually agree that their life is better at Makati Home Ville
Informal settler families living in North Triangle, Quezon City, will be relocated to give way to a new central business district
Shell's adjustments in distribution costs won't affect its consumer petrol prices, which is dictated by the market, the company says
Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla discusses possible repercussions of the Supreme Court decision
(UPDATED) Resolving an issue that 3 administrations failed to address for more than a decade, the court gives oil companies 45 days to submit a comprehensive plan and relocated within 6 months
None of the residents are afraid of the dead. There are other things to be afraid of, they say, like the lack of means to continue living.
The government also plans to assist a million homeowners whose houses got damaged due to Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)
DSWD answers questions raised by netizens regarding recovery efforts in Yolanda-affected areas
'Politics contributes and continues to affect the recovery in Leyte and Samar but it would be a serious mistake if we simplify those failures through a distorted analysis based on blame'
'My worry is that this will not only deny people’s rights to basic information but that it could also lead to failed relocations because communities have not been consulted'
Adding to the bad condition of the evacuation centers, an 'alarming' report claims that prostitution is happening in the camps and that cases of sexually-transmitted diseases are infecting the IDPs today
Delays mark plans to build bunkhouses for families displaced by the Zamboanga siege. Badjao families have another problem: they have to live by the sea, but gov't wouldn't let them
The Passion play has become a rich source of metaphors to bring forth social, political, and economic issues
Families in resettlement areas complain about hunger, poverty, and the lack of job opportunities in resettlement areas
The relocation will not only bring informal settler families to safer ground, it will also help solve the flooding problem in the metro
The micro-medium-rise buildings on Estero de San Miguel can withstand up to magnitude 7 earthquakes
Gloria Melia's house was damaged by the Bohol earthquake and is in danger of collapsing, but she refuses to leave the place she calls home. Can we blame her?
Rehabilitation czar Panfilo Lacson says the government may do away with bunkhouses and just give construction materials to victims to rebuild their homes
To expect utopia of any relocation site is not only unfair but unrealistic
Residents are so impoverished, sex-for-food prostitution exists in the community
'Our preference is to provide them in-city relocation so that they are not totally displaced from their current sources of livelihood,' says Mayor Edwin Olivarez
For as long as economic activity is heavily concentrated in a few urban areas, no one can really blame the poor for wanting to leave their relocation sites in exchange for brighter prospects in the city centers
Sen JV Ejercito says don't always blame the governors or mayors – barangay officials are usually the ones 'coddling squatters' as a source of votes
They live under the bridge to survive. Now the government is offering informal settlers along the Tullahan river a chance to move to houses safe from floods.
The budget department okays the release of P374.4 million for the relocation of 19,440 families living near waterways in Metro Manila
Malacañang defends Interior Secretary Mar Roxas from concerns that he's using the relocation fund for informal settlers to position for the 2016 presidential elections
As of 2011, according to Binay's office, Metro Manila already has 104,219 informal settler families living in danger areas
Sen Bongbong Marcos asks why the government needs 22 years to complete its flood control master plan
On election day, Nancy says 150 voters return to their former neighborhood to vote
Residents who live in danger zones in Metro Manila are relocated to new places. But they find out later that the new site is just as dangerous.
Environmentalists and protesters say SM did not earth-ball trees properly