ANCOP INSPECTS ADDITIONAL HOUSES IN BICOL, TURNS OVER NEW HOUSES IN BULAN SITE
Thursday, November 15, 2018
CFC ANCOP sites located at Bicol Region were recently visited by CFC ANCOP Global Foundation, Inc. (CAFGI) representatives just this July 28-29, 2018 for site inspections to personally check the progress and status of the said sites, as these were granted additional housing units with the help of CFC ANCOP partner donors, Cross Catholic Outreach (CCO) and CFC ANCOP Canada. These were attended by CAFGI President Bro. Rudy Gaspillo, and CFC ANCOP Shelter Head Bro. Chito Mata, together with CCO Country Coordinator, Sis. Lot Ortiz-Luis and local CFC Leaders including Luzon Mission Head Bro. Boyet Rafael, Regional Head Bro. Vic Alvarez, Albay Shelter Head James Noñas, and Sorsogon Shelter Head Val Belga.
15 more units of houses for CFC ANCOP Inararan Community at Bulan, Sorsogon were turned over to the homepartners from the recently completed units donated by CCO. Keys were personally handed by CAFGI President Rudy Gaspillo and CCO Country Coordinator Lot Ortiz-Luis. Construction of 15 more units on this site are already underway, with its full blast construction that started a week before the site inspection. Among the beneficiaries are the family of Divina Rose, an 11-year old child with cerebral palsy, which was the awardee of the unit one of the additional houses.
They also did another site inspection on the same day at CFC ANCOP Aytona Community-CFC ANCOP Vancouver Homes at Brgy. San Roque, Sorsogon City. In this site, 30 more units were additionally funded by the CFC ANCOP Canada and are also underway on its construction.
The representatives also did an ocular inspection at CFC ANCOP Taysan Resettlement Community the next day, July 29, as this site will soon have an additional 50 units of houses donated by CCO. Bro. Rudy Gaspillo presented ANCOP updates and had an empowerment talk among the residents together with Bro. Vic Alvarez and Bro. Boyet Rafael. (CFC ANCOP Communications /pmb)
The fire in the hearts of the walkers was blazing for this year’s ANCOP Global Walk 2018 on November 4, Sunday. Despite the change of schedule, people and organizations from different parts of Metro Manila still paved their way to take those steps and be part of the “One Nation that Walks Education,” carrying a heart that is ready to help out our poor brethren to have a chance at education.
After the success of the pilot roll-out of Mobile Training Center in Salcedo, Samar last September 17-21, the second batch of trainees were set to undergo another Technical and Vocational Education Training for Parents (TVET-P) on the Mobile Training Center (MTC) on November 20-24. This was made possible with the partnership of SM Development Corporation (SMDC) and CFC ANCOP Global Foundation, Inc. (CAGFI) and is being facilitated again by skilled trainers from Don Bosco ONE TVET Philippines.
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