Promise 48: Inclusion of stakeholders in solving the housing problem

Posted at 07/25/2010 12:48 AM | Updated as of 07/25/2014 12:39 AM

The Promise

"We will appoint NGO and PO representatives in the boards of the Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC) and in the council of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council.

We will also appoint an NGO representative with observer status to the board of the National Housing Authority (NHA). We will also appoint an NHA General Manager, the SHFC President and Chairman of the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor in consultation with civil society groups.

We will emphasize the role of stakeholders in finding solutions to the problems that they face. In fact, the process that we will go through to provide the details of this plan we have presented today will be consultative and transparent."

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The Aquino campaign platform: Action plans on Urban Poor

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