CFC ANCOP USA honored by PHC for humane efforts
Monday, June 11, 2018
Philippine ambassador to the United States Jose Cuisia, Jr. (2nd from right) awarded a Certificate of Recognition from the Philippine Humanitarian Coalition (PHC) to CFC ANCOP USA for the latter’s support of PHC’s rebuilding and recovery projects in the Typhoon Yolanda hit areas in the Philippines.
The award was received by Roger Santos (3rd from left) of ANCOP USA.
Also in photo are (from left) an unidentified volunteer, Washington, D.C. Consul General Emil T. Fernandez and Nap Curameng, ANCOP Maryland.
A groundbreaking ceremony was conducted on May 30, 2018, for the joint housing project of the Rotary Homes District 3830 Development Foundation Inc, City of Parañaque and ANCOP-Edmonton Canada.
A 93 Million budget is set to build a two-hectar Housing Project in Eastern Samar for the Typhon Yolanda Survivors.
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