Homeless? Hopeless?

“We don’t have home, there’s no place for us, where are we going now?” Homeless and hopeless this two may differ in meanings but for the others they mean the same. In reality speaking 44% of our population is homeless and that Manila holds the most number of homeless people in the whole world where almost half of this population are children our future, the little minds that will rule us tomorrow. Homeless are actually good people who dreamed of a better future, people who seeks for opportunities trying to find their luck in this tangled city, a place that embodied into someone that they shouldn’t be. In the streets you can also find lost souls, teenagers and kids that runaway from their abusive homes trying to find who they really are, what their role in this world, and people who longed for affection and care they didn’t find in their own home. But they are all the same, clueless on how cruel the life on streets was and now they are our homeless people. This problem is a worldwide issue; it is fatal and is going worst. But we have hope!

Many of us are more fortunate than others to never have been in a situation when we are abandoned and have nowhere to go, no place to sleep, and nothing to eat. It is unfair for the homeless to feel unsecured and out of place on their own country, it is unfair for them to be a prisoner of their situation, to have limits on their own freedom when they are actually living on a free country. Not only do homeless people feel displaced in society, but they consistently feel like they are being out-casted and treated unfairly just because of their status, a label that this public placed them on. Many people including us believe that being a homeless is a choice and that these people have every opportunity to be a normal citizen. Moreover, a large percentage was born into poverty – a situation that was out of their control. Yes, it is tough for people to get back on the right track, and this when they need us, they are our brothers and thus brothers help each other.

Helping does not only mean giving them money, or food, helping is giving them hope and standing before their rights. I remember this proverb “Bigyan mo ng Isda ang isang tao at kakain siya ng isang araw.turuan mong mangisda ang isang tao at kakain siya habang buhay”

Why can’t we feed them with knowledge instead of food only, why can’t we teach them how to earn money instead of giving them penny? We should give them a chance and trust them. They should gain financial stability and this is achieve if and only if they’ll be provided with employment which will only be offered when this people get training on vocational skills of their job interest and this is why they need Education. Some of this people are victims of drugs they need to be treated, to be rehabilitated and not to be scared off, they should attain productive lifestyle to meet their social responsibilities. We shouldn’t be only relying on our Government because we ourselves should make a step, we can make change if we move as one. Millennial let’s make this world a better place to leave by studying hard, let’s be motivated by this people, tomorrow when we achieve our dreams let us help them to build and reach their own, because your success is their success.

You who is reading this let our homeless brother hear this “you can do anything to lift up your life from that situation, never be embarrassed of who you are today, stand up and be motivated, believe in yourself that someday you’ll be a homeless no more” . Let us be one and let us make them feel home, we are their saviour that carries the torch to light up their lives, let us be their hope. Things happen for a reason – although we are going through a rough ride with life, we should not let it stop us from believing in our dreams and making them happen. Our status in life must not be a hindrance for us to follow our dreams. I want to end my advocacy with this saying from Desmund Tutu, “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”

 

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An Advocacy by CIV151 The Beggars Group

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  1. As time passed by, everyone changed, people are became selfish, and people lived in a very hard situation because of poverty. In our country, there are less fortunate people that are dying without any help of other individuals or government benefits, everybody has crime, corruption has become a way of life, and many of youth become a victim of drug abuse. Some of our fellow citizen obliged to leave our country to give a better future for their own family. Whereas, more Filipino people forgotten the importance of patriotism of our hero Dr. Jose Rizal before. And these are the reality that every Filipino facing nowadays.

    As we all know, Dr. Jose Rizal believes “ang kabataan ang pag asa ng bayan”, and if he still alive he could be one of those famous charitable tycoon in country because of his exceptional qualities as a Filipino citizen. I believe that Pepe would support this advocacy because of his patriotism. He’s the right person who should tell to the youth the right things to do, he will also tell how he believes in us as a youth and everyone would not take for granted the things that we already have especially education. I believe that he would be a great support to our country especially the Filipinos who are less fortunate. Moreover, Dr. Jose Rizal is known for his complete abandonment of his personal interest in order to think the better for his countryman.

  2. Filipino people who don’t have home to live or place to fit in are very unfortunate and have a high chance to become rebellious or lose hope for them to survive in the society. Poverty is the one of the problem that we should solve because it affects our society and the people. People commit crime or do things that are not good because they don’t have money to pay for their foods and house. We should help them by giving things that will help them to survive in they every day life such as foods or clothes or a chance to have a education. We should also provide homes for those people for them to be secured and to become not scared from those bad people and also we should teach them things that they can use to survive or give them jobs.

    Dr. Jose Rizal will support this advocacy because we all know that he have a soft-heart to those people who don’t have a capacity to pay for their food, clothes,home or poor people. He believes that those children or youth are the hope of the society to have a better future. Those youth or children who don’t have home for them to live become rebellious or lost their way to do good things because they will only think that they need to money to buy foods, clothes or they need to survive in their every day life so they will do things that are not acceptable to do such as steal things, do drugs or commit a crime. Rizal will support this advocacy because he wants the youth to have a better future and he wants those children to feel secured and get the education that they deserved to have and to reach their dreams. He wants those children to have more opportunities to live the life the way it will help them to become successful.

  3. True! Thanks for believing!

  4. Oh how I wish Dr. Rizal is alive right now. I wonder what he’ll say about today’s nation…

  5. The government should provide them who are homeless. they have a right to learn study. otherwise, we might make them be way to do bad things like getting drug, steal something. they need to get a lot of knowledge. that’s why they can work various field. they are our future. we need to change our social.

  6. Celina A. Manalo
    Celina A. Manalo

    This advocacy is really needed in the country as it is stated that majority of the population are homeless. This is to bring out of their mind that they’re not hopeless but rather they can make a change. Most of the poor people are already living in the reality that they can’t do what they want to do and they’re already hopeless. This advocacy is needed so we, ourselves can imply to them that they can still do what they dreamt of since most of the poor people have a dream of having a better life so they can get out of this cruel and painful reality. We can make it happen and we can change the lives of these people by lending out our hands to reach them even in simple things that is from our hearts. We needed to make them feel that we all belong in the same country, same culture, same air, same environment, same land for them to realize they’re not an outcast in this society and it is to instill in them that there’s always hope in a box full of negative things.

    Rizal would choose this advocacy as Rizal himself is very caring to his countrymen. He will definitely fight poverty because Rizal wouldn’t want to see his fellow Filipinos suffering and hopeless because of it. It’s because he believes that there is hope in everything we do. Every child has the right to live the life that they deserve to have. Individuals regardless of rich or poor have the freedom to live and not to be encased in a box that is different from others which Rizal will not be in favor of that kind of concept of society.

  7. Nowadays, Some Filipino people are discriminating other people, who live in streets. I also see in live act, That the owner of the bakery shop corked a pail of water in the poor people who slept on the front of his bakery shop. For me, It is hurt the way the other people treat the homeless poor people.Instead of helping them, they treated it in a wrong way. This advocacy shows to me, that having a chance to help other’s in the way to stand to their feet and not rely on the money or food that the people give. All people should have a hope to live, the way they strive to have a money to buy food for every day. The gov’t should have focus on this problem, because it is serious disease of our society today, so that in future, the number of homeless people will be lessen, not to increase.There is a hope, just pray to God and be happy of what you have in life, if there are good things happen to your life, always thank to God. And always remember that we should treated all people equally. It is reflect in Proverbs 19:17 that “Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed.”

    -Laguardia,Ronniel M., CoE141

  8. Fortunate or unfortunate. Some would say they are unfortunate even though they have enough, without knowing some people are suffering having nothing. Poverty is one of the never-ending problems of our country, Philippines. As we walk through to the main cities with elegance and sparkling lights in the dark, we only focus on the lights in such darkness needs ours more. The darkness behind tells a lot that they need light as well, they need our attention, they need solution because they are unfortunate to have the opportunity to step on the academe, with so their knowledge are not enough to escape to their struggling situation they called life. Lack of education, knowledge and skills are some of the reasons why homeless became hopeless. I am writing this to reach out not only to the government but as well as to those fortunate who have more than enough to kindly share what they have, not only through giving them money but also spending it for their education. Giving them money makes them live for one day, but giving them an education and training makes their living well for a long time and helps them to nurture their family as well. Whoever the person reading this, I know you have dreams perhaps what you have right now, is what others dreaming.

    When you are thinking that you are unfortunate think of someone who’s spending their whole life in street, eats less than three times a day, riding on a Jeepney just to clean your shoes in exchange of food or money, those who sings native songs and used old cans with rubber as their instrument, and those people who suffer diseases due to poverty. Everyone doesn’t want to be in that situation, if you believe that everyone shouldn’t be stuck in their tough condition, all together let’s build and raise a platform for those who are being left in the society to be educated and live and enjoy the life they’ve been dreaming of since then. Rizal would really show his support in this advocacy since I see his deepest love for his family, one thing for sure is that he don’t like to and wouldn’t let his family to be in the “Homeless and Hopeless” kind of life. Also, the love for his country will initiate him to fight and solve poverty. Rizal wouldn’t want to see hopeless people and walking with their bare foot along streets looking for something for their living. Rizal has a big heart; doubtless, he would be the one who will lead to light the torch of those people who are trapped in the dark sides of the country. “We all have torch, some are well-lit some are not, let us help and share our light”.

  9. Homeless and Hopeless. it differs on how people live, because some homeless still have their hope, and some hopeless still have they’re home. but the majority here in our country is those who are homeless which is also hopeless, in short POVERTY is the main problem here, it is one of the never ending problems on our country (philippines). One of the advocacy here in this site is about war on drugs which leads to EJK, there are war on streets everywhere, but why not fight other war like war on poverty. the president should not just focus about what cannot be stopped but focus on what can be treated. It’s time for us as a people to start makin’ some changes. lets not just change the way we live but change the way we treat each other. sharing is caring. this advocacy helps us to encourage people to help those who were less fortunate , to help them live and to help them how to live.

    Rizal would choose this advocacy because he cares about others especially his fellow filipino people. This problem would be his first advocacy to focus on. Rizal i known to be hopeful that everything we do has a exchange, it maybe good or bad but it is up to us if we choose to be good or bad. Everyone has a right to live either rich or poor. We need to start some changes as rizal would say if he is still alive.

  10. Homeless and Hopeless. it differs on how people live, because some homeless still have their hope, and some hopeless still have they’re home. but the majority here in our country is those who are homeless which is also hopeless, in short POVERTY is the main problem here, it is one of the never ending problems on our country (philippines). One of the advocacy here in this site is about war on drugs which leads to EJK, there are war on streets everywhere, but why not fight other war like war on poverty. the president should not just focus about what cannot be stopped but focus on what can be treated. It’s time for us as a people to start makin’ some changes. lets not just change the way we live but change the way we treat each other. sharing is caring. this advocacy helps us to encourage people to help those who were less fortunate , to help them live and to help them how to live.

    Rizal would choose this advocacy because he cares about others especially his fellow filipino people. This problem would be his first advocacy to focus on. Rizal i known to be hopeful that everything we do has a exchange, it maybe good or bad but it is up to us if we choose to be good or bad. Everyone has a right to live either rich or poor. We need to start some changes as rizal would say if he is still alive.

  11. It doesn’t matter what city or town you visit in this country, at some point you have seen a homeless person. In most major cities, the downtown area has many homeless people walking around, and sometimes asking for money. When you see the homeless, it may make you feel uncomfortable. Some may question how these people allowed themselves to come to the point of homelessness. We rationalize our negative attitudes toward the homeless by saying they are probably drug addicts or alcoholics, so they brought this situation on themselves. There are probably a number of homeless people who are addicts of some kind, but the homeless also consists of families. Families like yours and mine who had a job loss, family illness, or some sort of misfortune that led to their homelessness. Many of the homeless are single mothers who have jobs, but don’t make enough in wages to afford a home for their children. There is a reason why people are faced with homelessness.

    When people become homeless, the first thing they attempt to do is find shelter. They will most likely attempt to get into a local homeless shelter. We might think that it is an easy task to show up at a shelter, and you will have a place to rest your head for a while, but this is just not the case in most cities across the country. There is an availability issue is most homeless shelters, and if you are fortunate enough to find a shelter that is available, there could be a nominal fee. There are people that may not be able to afford the fee. There is also the issue of the safety of some of these homeless shelters. You have people from all walks of life staying at these shelters. You may have people with drug addictions, undocumented child predators, people with mental illnesses staying at these shelters. Another issue homeless people face when considering staying at a shelter is the health concerns. Some shelters are not very clean, and you may have to deal with a number of insect infestations, and people with communicable diseases, but if you are homeless your only alternative is to live on the street. One reason why you see so many homeless people on the streets during the day is because a lot of shelters force the homeless out of the shelter during the day, and allow them to return at night. Finding shelter is no easy task if you become homeless.

  12. From this advocacy, a lot of things happen in this situation and there is one thing we really know it is “POVERTY” and in fact, it has many in Manila. Some people in the province called it a place for start some new things to get a better job but in the end it became worthless. I connected this advocacy to myself because it may happen this again and again to everyone and i felt it bad to everyone as a concerned citizen. We must learn it to apply to everyone what you have been learned not just by your mind but also in your heart.

    I support this advocacy because it need to take this action really fast because if this continue and continue a lot of people will be affected and from worse, it will look sad and bad from the other country since they know how beautiful our country is.. We don’t want this to grow more because of simple poverty we need to help this advocacy to be notice by every filipino who want’s to change our country to be the best country that everyone will know.

  13. There are homeless people all around us we live near them, see them almost every day. But how we can help them? Giving a small amount of money to the homeless isn’t the answer. They might spend it on the wrong priorities. However, we can build shelters around the world helping them to have a place to sleep at beside a streets and there’s too many ideas for help.”God Bless Them”

  14. Poverty and lack of education are the problem in our society and this are the reasons why philippines is not getting into progress.This problem affects our society and even thousands of families. It also lead to social problems like job opportunities, gap between poor and rich and corruption in the government. There are families who force their children to stop sending them in school because of the financial needs. Which they have no choice but to work at the younger age because they have responsibilities to help their family. I think the government should help the less fortunate people because they need help and support coming from them such as granting more scholarships, and provide enough jobs for the fresh graduate students.

    I think rizal will support this because he also experience and see this kind of problem during his time. I think he has plans to help less fortunate people who lose hope. And he may help kids to have a better education because as we all know during his time he taught children in zamboanga for free such as agriculture and fishing for their living, and basic mathematics for entrepreneurship. In that way we can imagine that rizal is promoting and establishing education for children to lift up the economic status.

  15. Nicole Ann S. McCann
    Nicole Ann S. McCann

    Poverty is the main problem in our society. Poverty is caused by three main things; Corruption (lack of good governance), Lack of education (poor quality) and a poor economy. Poverty affects everyone, Living in poverty is a horrible state to be in, for the individual will be lacking in essential aspects needed for life.

    Dr. Rizal will support this advocacy because we all know that Dr. Rizal has a good heart, He will not let other people suffer like this. If he is still alive, I know that Dr. Rizal would be the one who will lead us to help our fellow brothers and sisters to have a better life, a better place, to rise and have hope.

  16. john nicole espiritu
    john nicole espiritu

    as a filipino citizen its is hard for me to see how bad the or how bad are the leaders of this institution we paid taxes but still there are many beggar around the phillippines because of corruption. and as a student my message to our current president that give all what the pilipino citizens want because we deserve and we belong to this country

  17. jacinto,mark aj
    jacinto,mark aj

    more people become increasingly at risk of homelessness. People can become homeless for a variety of reasons. One reason may be because the person may have come from a poor family living in an already impoverished area. Another reason is because of poverty, which is a common reason as to why people become homeless. i will help them:)

  18. Nathaniel Renegado
    Nathaniel Renegado

    The organisational model of the fio. PSD includes a politically-representative, that exists and operates out of elective office of the shareholders, made up of the Chairman, from the Executive Committee and by the Board of Directors, and a technical-operational level guaranteed by the National Secretariat. PSD that coordinates and implements the work programme.

    The shareholders ‘ meeting, which meets at least twice a year, defines and approves work plan lines and checks the results; The President, the Executive Board and the Governing Council makes Executive through the National Secretariat, the cooperation of professionals and local contacts Partners fio. PSD that from time to time become available on the basis of the needs and skills.
    Participation of members in associations is guaranteed by a series of tools and opportunities:
    the National Secretariat which is available to members 5 days a week;
    organizing at least two assemblies per year during which are set and/or verified current and future work programmes;
    the Organization of at least 1 Conference or in-depth annual seminar;
    posting bulletins, journals and studies on the topic of serious marginalization and homeless people, on the methods of intervention, operational initiatives of members;
    the website.

    Nathaniel Renegado

  19. Adrianne Keith Domingo
    Adrianne Keith Domingo

    It is bad to see people that just lying their body in a corner of a street and pass through them, I know I’m just a student who have plenty of dreams on my own but as I see them asking for money I have dream after I graduate and became successful in my career I’ll lend them a hand and help them I’ll let them a have a job for them to bring their life hopeful again.

  20. Jacob A. Mangulabnan
    Jacob A. Mangulabnan

    Its not good for our reputation for tourist destination to see homeless people in the street they’ve been walking through. The homeless people are so disturbing and they build house everywhere its not good to see the informal settlers to make the bridge and sidewalk as their homes. We cannot blame the government for the homeless people because many of them came from the province and choose to go to manila and there settle where they want. They also abuse the foreigners to give them some alms and foods. Many of them steal and hold up many things on the other person. therefore they should go back where they came from. they were given a house but still they sell it and go back to manila. We also have the professional squatters that inhabit manila for them to have land and sell it.

  21. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

    Education is a powerful driver of development and is one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty including homeless people and improving health, gender equality, peace, and stability.

    Republic Act 100198 also called No Homeless People in the Philippines
    AN act to provide for a comprehensive and continuing urban development and housing program for the homeless people. Directing the National Housing Authority, National Statistics office, Department of Public Works and Highways, Department of Labor and Employment, Department of Health, the Department of Environment and Resources and other agencies to supply the need of the homeless people especially the housing and laboring program and its environment and health status. They shall provide stable jobs for the parents and Their children must have a free education. There should be no people living in the streets NATIONWIDE either they are Filipino or Non-Filipino, This is free but after 6 months of staying in the house the Government will not supply the needs of the family. Also, they cannot sell the house to other people.

    People who will forfeit this law shall get a penalty of 125,000 Pesos and a sentence imprisonment of 10 years to 15 years.

    Agencies Head/Department Secretary who fails to enact this law shall:
    Get a penalty of 250,500 Pesos or an imprisonment of 4 ½ years to 12 years.

    Jasper Estimada ELE-151

  22. Cortez, Nikole A.
    Cortez, Nikole A.

    Republic of the Philippines
    Republic Act no. 801314
    An act that provides a temporary shelter on Manila for those who had no place to stay at night.
    Section 1. Short Title. – This act shall be known as ” Temporary Home Act”.
    Section 2. This law shall provides a temporary facilities on Manila to those who had no place to stay at night. The facilities shall provides food, bedrooms and any other needs of a person.
    Section 3. The facilities shall be open upon 6pm to 6am only. The facilities shall occupy 100 persons only. It shall be managed by a government employee with the help of any branch or agencies of the government.
    Section 4. Any person who violate or abused this law, shall be punished by a fine of not exceeding 20 thousand, or by imprisonment of 2 years. If a government employee fails to do his job he will immediately removed from his position.
    Section 5. This act shall take effect upon its approval.

    -Cortez, Nikole A.
    -ELE 151

  23. Republic of the Philippines
    Republic Act 191309

    An act securing shelter to those in dire need, by oublic establishments and public figures.

    Section 1. All public establishments (aside from evacuation centers of schools) shall provide shelter, via rooms (depending on the establishment) to shelterless people. This follows the following:
    A. The shelterless person shall contact the administration office of the establishment 12 hours prior to the stay. A permit shall be given to these people.
    B. The permit is the only legal document recognized. No permit, no stay.
    C. The establishment can only accomidate a number of people. The permit shall state how long the person shall stay. Other necessities (such as food, meals and toiletries) shall be secured by the establishment.
    D. The stay can only be allowed on the specified number of days. Extensions are not allowed.
    E. The establisment shall offer jobs and recreational activities. A number of people from NGO’s are allowed to visit to assist.

    Section 2. Public figures, especially public servants and officials shall accomodate staying people. They have the options on where they will allow shelter, as long as it follow helath standards. The same rules apply as the prerequisites of Section 1. Disregarding this law shall me the official pay a fine of P150,000 and a 30-day imprisonment.

    -ELE151

  24. Edward L. Ceballos
    Edward L. Ceballos

    Assignment FINALS FIN131 – CEBALLOS

    Advocacy: Homeless? Hopeless?

    Section 1. This Act shall be known as the “Adopt a homeless for a Day Act.”

    Section 2. It is hereby declared to be the policy of the State to mandate every five star hotels to adopt a poor people for a day and give an all-day free treatment with unlimited access to amenities of the hotel and eat in a eat-all-you-can buffet and provide sanctions for their commission. It shall be the policy of the State to monitor whether those restaurants are able to do this law.

    Section 3. All five star hotels which were proven guilty of not following this law shall be immediately getting noticed as the first warning. And if that said restaurant violates this law again, they will pay the fine worth 100,000 pesos and will give force to apply this laws to selected poor people.

  25. Republic Act 0610
    “Give priorities to the homeless people”

    Sec 1: This bill states that homeless person shall be the first to receive the “Libreng Pabahay Program” by government.

    Sec 2: If there is no home for them yet, Catholic Churches, Barangay Halls and Orphanages shall adopt them and provide them foods and drinks for the meantime.

    Sec 3: Any Catholic Churches, Barangay Halls or Orphanage who will violate this law shall fine PHP 20,000 on first warning and PHP 50,000 for the second and succeeding warnings.

    Castro, Pauline Joy M.
    CIV 151

  26. Dula, Divina A.
    CIV-151
    RA.1548

    Section 1. This Act shall be known as “Free Shelter for a Homeless”

    Section 2. The government should have a relocation for the homeless one, It states that the government will build a home for this person. It may not as an expense one but this house but it should be in a good condition. Must be near by in Schools, Works, Commercial Places & Churches

    Section 3. The water bill should be in minimum of 50 pesos and the electricity is re-loadable.

    Section 4.- In exchange for this the homeless should work for the government. They can be the street sweepers, Garbage Collectors, and trained to be a traffic enforcer.

  27. Baliday, Erika Keisha R.
    FIN131

    RA. 0302

    Sec.1 This act shall be known as “THE ACT OF KINDNESS”.

    Sec.2 This propose that restaurants and fast food chains shall render their time effort and love to children and families who have been staying on the street.
    Priorities would be the charitable institution of abandoned children, rehab centers and home for the aged.

  28. LABANG, CHRISTINA A.
    FIN131

    Republic of the Philippines
    RA 2017

    Section 1: This act shall be known as “Work and Temporary Shelter for Homeless Act”

    Section 2: This act is for those homeless individuals ages 30yrs old and above that has an ability to work and physically fit such as Construction Workers, Janitor, Guard and so on. In order to have a permanent house and in order to survive their daily living. The duration of temporary shelter is maximum 2yrs and 6months.

    Section 3: Any of the Government or DOLE official who will violate this law shall be punished amounting of fifty thousand pesos (50,000) or imprisonment of 1yr and 5months.

  29. GALURA, AKEMI
    CIV152
    Republic act 0214

    “If you caught on action in physical bullying and abusing people you can be able to be a prisoner”

    PUNISHMENT:

    If you are in the elementary and high school you will be able to go to DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) in 6 months and If you are in the college above you will be a prison for 1 year with the person who watching, taking picture and video.

    “Everyone should have a drug test once a month to have evidences to the police to avoid extra judicial killing”

    PUNISHMENT:

    If you caught positive the 1st offence will give you chance to change in jail and 2nd offence will be sentence for life time.

    “The motel should strictly require 18 above and two active ID with age before checking the motel”

    PUNISHMENT:

    If they going to let the 17 below going inside the motel, the motel will be suspended for 1 year and the person caught in action will pay ₱100,000.00 each.

  30. GALURA, AKEMI
    CIV152
    Republic act 0214

    (SECTION 1)
    “If you caught on action in physical bullying and abusing people you can be able to be a prisoner”

    PUNISHMENT: If you are in the elementary and high school you will be able to go to DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) in 6 months and If you are in the college above you will be a prison for 1 year with the person who watching, taking picture and video.

    (SECTION 2:)
    “Everyone should have a drug test once a month to have evidences to the police to avoid extra judicial killing”

    PUNISHMENT: If you caught positive the 1st offence will give you chance to change in jail and 2nd offence will be sentence for life time.

    (SECTION 3:)
    “The motel should strictly require 18 above and two active ID with age before checking the motel”

    PUNISHMENT: If they going to let the 17 below going inside the motel, the motel will be suspended for 1 week and the person caught in action will pay ₱10,000 each.

  31. LALATA, PRINCESS DIMPLE S.
    FIN131

    Republic Act 18351

    Section 1: This act shall be known as “Help Homeless Children Act”

    Section 2: This act state that Government should be responsible for the educational assistance of homeless children from ages 18 and above.

    Section 3: This act shall be under DSWD. If proven that DSWD didn’t do their job and show support on this act they will be suspended in their position for at least 3 months and the donations that they are receiving will be disrupt.

  32. VANESSA PASICOLAN
    VANESSA PASICOLAN

    PASICOLAN, VANESSA M.
    FIN131

    Republic Act 1221

    Section 1: This act shall be known as “ASSESS THE HOMELESS ACT” – An act assuring government aid to those homeless people.

    Section 2: This act defines “government aid” by means of :

    -Taking homeless people in their own family in provinces – Government will provide free transportation and accomodation to those homeless people until they arrived in thier own provinces/towns. This prioritize those senior citizens and people with disability and applies also to any homeless person provided that they will comply with the terms and conditions.

    -Provide a temporary relocation to the homeless family – This subsection specify family which consist 6 members above. The government will provide temporary shelter, job for the parents, and additional allowances for children’s education.

    Section 3: Terms and Conditions
    -A person must provide legal documents and must be in the list of “homeless people” in city hall signed and approved by the Mayor or any authorized person of LGU.

    -A homeless person (to be taken in their provinces) must sign a contract that if they’ll return in the city, they will be sent in DSWD (If minor), Public Home for the Aged (if 50 years old above) and persons aged 18-49 will be force to do 1 year public service.

    -Homeless families must sign a contract with a content of their temporary relocation, jobs offered by government and allowances of their children. Any person (parents) who will not comply this contract will be punished and children will be sent to DSWD.

  33. Hannah Quennie Tubera
    Hannah Quennie Tubera

    Republic Act 2607

    Section 1: This Act shall be known as “Anti-Homelessness Act of 2017”.

    Section 2: This law is intended to send homeless people to homeless shelters or in any available government establishments compulsively. While they are staying in homeless shelters, there will be programs/counselings that can help them to start a new life and a way for living.There will also be restrictions in all public areas in which sleeping are allowed.

    Section 3: It shall be the official duty of the local government units to create a committee to take charge of monitoring and seeking homeless people in every areas, in which shall be empowered to seek cooperation of any department and agency of the Government.

    Section 4: Any person who caught sleeping in restricted public areas will be fined not less than fifty thousand pesos (P 50,000) nor more than one hundred thousand pesos (P 100,000) or will be punished through community service.

    Section 5: This Act shall take effect upon its approval

  34. Hannah Quennie Tubera
    Hannah Quennie Tubera

    Hannah Quennie Tubera from FIN 131

  35. King Richmond B. Domingo
    King Richmond B. Domingo

    RA 896

    This law states that homeless people and families shall be turned in to the DSWD and shall be given a nice home that is for the homeless citizens of the country.

    Domingo, King Richmond B.
    CIV151

  36. CAIDOY, CLARIZA
    FIN131

    Republic Act. No. 1122
    HOME FOR THE POOREST ACT
    This law states that any municipality shall provide living quarters for the homeless. They will stay for 7 days with a complete accommodation. If the municipality violates this bill they shall penalize of 10,000 pesos.

  37. RA 1982 free housing and education for the poor act

    Article I. the law states that the government must provide a very own housing for the poor. av course having shelter isn’t enough but having the capability to be dependent depends on the knowledge they acquire.

    Violation: any government office from any place in the Philippines must obey this anyone proven guilty of disobeying this law will pay the amount of it tho national bank of the Philippine where with the money they will fund the completion of the project.

  38. aron joshua d. malabanan
    aron joshua d. malabanan

    MALABANAN, ARON JOSHUA D.
    CIV151

    2. RA NO. 2108 (HOUSING PROJECT ACT OF 2017)

    SECTION 1 – this act states that the government shall provide shelters for homeless people. Homeless people shall live in a comfortable, not luxurious house. Through this act, no person shall no longer stay and sleep in sidewalks and under the bridges in the cities.

    SECTION 2 – any individual responsible for violating this act shall be fined 20,000 php.

  39. Quennie Estrella
    Quennie Estrella

    Republic Act 0932
    SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS ACT

    This is an act which provides full scholarship to those homeless individuals.

    Section 1:
    The applicant must be a certified homeless, with pleasing personality and should certified in having a good moral character.

    Section 2:
    The applicant shall be asked to fill out certain documents and shall undergo exams and interviews to further assess qualifications.

    Section 3:
    The applicant must enjoy the following benefits:
    a. Full tuition fee (graduation, installment and NUSSC fees are not included)
    b. Allowance per school year. Approximately 50,000 php.
    c. Monthly grocery showcase and a trip to National Bookstore.
    d. Career opportunity at SM Group of Companies and its subsidiaries and affiliates.

    Section 4:
    Applications with incomplete details and requirements will not be processed.

  40. CIV151

    Republic of the Philippines
    Republic Act 10002

    Section 1: This act shall be known as “Homeless people safety act”
    Section 2: Families that are homeless must be at DSWD’s care for safety of the family members until the time of their relocating.
    Section 2: Informal settler must be relocated to relocation sites provided by the government provided with livelihood programs.

    Dalida, Marc Christian M.
    CIV151

  41. Johnry Guillema
    Johnry Guillema

    Shelter Act of 2017
    Repuvlic Act 030509

    Section 1. This act should provide shelter and other assistance for the poor and no family beggar in the street .

    Section 2, This act should should provide facilities to the beggar. The goverment shall provide a facilities where the beggar have a food to eat and shelter to sleep but in exchange of this , the beggar should work for day like watering and planting plants, dweeping the street, paint the walls , and others maintainance activity. The beggar that age is 50 years old and above should stay at the facilities and socialized among others senior.

    Section 3. The goverment should have a budget for this program, so no more beggar in the street. other beggar that miss guide in the city should assist by the goverment to return to their palces.

    Section 4. The goverment should build a village for the beggr and have a complete facilities like playground,hospital, farm ( little bukid) , and others raw need of the people.

    Section 5. Those who recuse beggar that is physically fit and a legal age shall be go under training for he/she will be a reserved personnel incase of emergency.

    Section 6. The goverment shall do patrol in the city and near places to avoid beggar in the palce.

    Section 7. Any person that is already rescue and return to the street shall be in imprisonment for not less than 1 but not more than 6 months for 1st offense and 6 six year or lifetime imprisonment for 2nd offense.

    GUILLEMA, JOHNRY – CIV151 (RZL)

  42. Caballero, Ghyrvy B.
    CIV 151

    Republika Blg. 87000

    Batas na nag bibigay pansin sa mga pamilyang walang matirahan.

    Section 1. Pamagat: Ang batas na ito ay tatawaging “Job For Homeless Act of 2017”.

    Section 2. Pagpapahayag ng patakaran: Ang batas na ito ay nag lalayun na mabigyan pansin at matulonggan ang mga pamilyang walang matirahan. Ang batas na ito ay sumusuporta din para matogunan ang mga kahirapan ng ating mga kababayan. Ang batas na ito ay nagbubukas din ng opportunidad para sa mga Homeless na mag karoon ng trabahong marangal. Sa pamamagitan ng batas na ito tataas ang mga bilang ng mga nag tratrabaho sa bansa at bababa ang bilang ng mga walang matirahan

    Section 3. Pangkalahatang probisyon:
    A. Ang bawat syodad sa metro manila ay kailagang makipag tulongan at makiisa sa pag papatupad ng batas na ito.
    B. Ang bawat city hall ay dapat mabigyan ng sariling pwesto o lugar para sa Job For Homeless Program o JFHP.
    C. Ang JFHP ay dapat mag karoon ng kota na matulongan ang di baba 20 na pamilya kada buwan.
    D. Ang mga pamilyang walang tirahan ay dapat magkaroon ng representative para lumapit at manghingi ng gabay sa JFHP.
    E. Tungkolin ng JFHP na mahanapan ng trabaho ang representative ng pamilyang walang matirahan at mabigyan din eto ng pansamantalang titirahan na kanila namang maangkin pag tapos ng 20 na taon.
    F. Ang mga bahay na ibibigay sa mga Homless Family ay hindi naman libre pero hindi rin pwede ibenta. Ito ay para lang sa mga Homless Family. Ang tanging kailangan lang nilang gawin ay tirahan ang bahay sa loob ng 20 years na dapat sa bawat membro na pamilya ay may nag aaral at nag tratrabaho.
    G. Kung ang representative ng pamilya ay tumigil sa pag tratrabaho dapat magkaroon ng mapapasahang representative sa loob din ng pamilya na magtutuloy ng kasunduan. Sa madaling salita wala silang ibabayad na upa sa bahay ang kailangan lang ay hindi mawalan ng nag tratrabaho at nag aaral sa bahay.
    F. Ang pundo na gagastusin sa pag bibigay ng mga bahay sa mga homeless ay kukunin sa buwis ng taong bayan.
    H. Hindi naman maaring paupahan o pag negosyohan(maliban sa paglalagay ng legal na tindahan) ang mga bahay na ibibigay sa mga Homeless Family.
    J. Ang mga bahay na ibibigay ay ilalagay at pagsasamahin sa subdivision na malapit sa urban o city.
    K. Bawat subdivision ay mag kakaroon din ng sariling paaralan, clinica, kapilya, at palengke.
    L. Hindi rin basta basta makakapasok ang mga masasamang elemento gaya ng droga o ano pa man sa mga subdivision na eto dahil mas papaigtingin ang pag babantay ng mga nakaatas na polisya.
    M. Ang JFHP ay dapat din tumanggap ng mga trabahador galing sa mga representative ng mga pamilyang kanilang sinali sa programa.
    N. Ang JFHP ay responsibilidad sa mga pamilyang kanilang ipapasok sa programa. dapat ay malitis at masuri rin nila maiigi ang mga pamilyang kanilang isasama sa programa. Dapat ay magabayan din nila ang mga pamilya lalo na ang mga bata palang sa mas maayos na pamumuhay.

    Section 4. Parusa:
    A. Ang sino mang mahuling nagbebenta o nag papaupa ng mga bahay na ibinigay ng programa ng JFHP ay pagmumultahin ng (PHP 8,950,000.00) sa mismong araw ng paglabag o makukulong ng sampung taon.
    B. Ang sino mang mahuling magbenta ng pinagbabawal na droga sa mga subdivision ay paparusahan ng pagkakulong ng sampung taon na walang pyansa.
    C. Ang mga taong mahuling nagsusugal sa loob ng mga subdivision ay paparusahan ng pagkakulong ng limang taon o pagmultahin ng(PHP 150,000.00).
    D. Ang paglabag ng mga JFHP sa kota ay pag mumultahin ng (PHP 10,000.00)
    E. Ang sino mang membro ng JFHP na masangkot sa mga illegal na gawaiin sa programa ay matatanggalan ng trabaho at makukulong depende sa kaso.

  43. aron joshua d. malabanan
    aron joshua d. malabanan

    MALABANAN, ARON JOSHUA D.
    CIV 151

    2. RA NO. 161216 (NO PAIN NO GAIN ACT OF 2017)

    SECTION 1 – This act states that every homeless people shall be divided according to their genders to render service for public purposes depending on their physical strengths. Every homeless male person shall be offered by each Barangay to serve as a “Barangay Tanod” or security guard and even garbage collector while every female homeless person shall serve in community activities such as street sweeping.

  44. * Republika Blg. 1014 (not Republika Blg. 87000)

  45. RA 143

    Section 1: this act shall be known as “House Mo To”

    Section 2:one of the most important thing for a persons life is to have a shelter.

    Section 3:this law states that the goverment will conduct a housing project for the homeless

  46. Eldrin James Gonzales
    Eldrin James Gonzales

    RA 24315

    Sec 1. This bill states that all the local government should have a reserve houses for the homeless people or family.

    Sec2. The local government official incharge who does not reserve houses for homeless people will be fine of 15,000PHP.

    Sec3. All homeless person who are in the reserve house with ages 15-39 should serve the community by being street sweeper and more.

    Gonzales, Eldrin James N.
    CIV151

  47. Jeniña B. San Juan
    Jeniña B. San Juan

    Job for Homeless Law No. 052997
    – this law is about giving a job for the homeless. The government are the one who will provide job for them. To atleast rent a small house and afford a food.

  48. Kathleen Amparo
    Kathleen Amparo

    KATHLEEN AMPARO
    CIV 151

    Section 1: RA 2021 This is act shall be know as the “Informal Settler’s Medication Act of 2017”

    Section 2: This will provide the shelter and medicine for the elders ranging to 60 years and up especially with health issues like cancer, tuberculosis, and other extreme illnesses. The government will provide a 100% free medical expenses of the patient and free medical checkup.

    Section 3: Failure to provide service for the patient will pay a fine of P50,000 and 5 years of imprisonment

  49. MEG CASTILLO
    FIN131

    Republic Act 2016 Money For The Poor (Not an actual law)

    The thing is nowadays in our country we see the homeless as hopeless but it’s not true.In other countries they use the homeless people as an advantage they give them jobs.This law states that:

    1. All the homeless people will work in the agricultural industry.
    2.They will not be given money, but the following:
    2.1 The government will provide them shelter
    2.2 Every month they will be give an amount by Jollibee, Mcdo, and KFC certain amount of money so they can eat there
    2.3 Educational program
    3.They will be given allowances every month

  50. Phoebe Joy Gonzales
    Phoebe Joy Gonzales

    GONZALES, PHOEBE JOY B.
    CIV151

    A Resolution Referring to Enlargen the Budget for The Informal Settlers

    Whereas, the budget laid down for the impoverished people will be raised in a manner that it will be enough for a community building project.
    Whereas, informal settlers should be signed with a contract duly stated that children below 18 must undergo TESDA or public school education
    Whereas, informal settlers will be invited to a job opening suitable to their educational attainment for them to make a living
    Whereas, the informal settlers must be placed in a safe living community keenly observed and manned by the government.

  51. Shela May Carpio
    Shela May Carpio

    REPUBLIC ACT OF THE PHILIPPINES
    REPUBLIC ACT 5432

    Section 1: This act shall be known as “TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR HOMELESS”

    Section 2: This act provides training programs for homelss people for them to know their skills, talents and abilities that will lead them in finding their jobs and sustain their needs.

    Sertion 3: Government shall provide jobs for them based on their said abilities to help them sustain their needs.

  52. Rhed Panganiban
    Rhed Panganiban

    Poverty is the one of the problem that we should solve because it affects our society and the people. People commit crime or do things that are not good because they don’t have money to pay for their foods and house.

  53. Patricia Santos
    Patricia Santos

    I support this advocacy because it is about one of our countries main problem and it gives a lot of information about it. I hope many people can read about this advocacy.

    Patricia Santos
    CIV151

  54. OPINION: Two things happened this week that could signal the beginning of the end of John Key and his government.

    Firstly, Finance Minister Bill English made the reckless comment at a Federated Farmers meeting that there was a cohort of Kiwis who couldn’t get a licence “because they are illiterate and don’t look to be employable” and added insult to injury and bad grammar by saying that the unemployed were “pretty damned hopeless” and couldn’t read or write properly.

    After eight years in the saddle, to have English admit that under National’s watch the Government was turning out people who were illiterate and had trouble reading and writing, was an admission that the Government’s education policy has failed the country.

    Believing he was speaking to the party faithful (the Feds) whom he imagined might like to feel less guilty about employing immigrants over Kiwis to do poorly paid work and put up with lousy work conditions, English sounded like a 17th century absentee English landowner slinging off at his Irish tenants.

    The gap between rich and poor is now so wide that the Government feels comfortable writing off the unemployed and washing their hands of any part in their increasing demise.

    This cavalier marginalisation of the unemployed will not go down well with parents across every demographic who anguish over their children struggling to find employment – with or without an education, and to the thousands of workers who have been made redundant and are busting their guts to find any sort of work.

  55. this is an advocacy which we should support because the reality of life is simply the one who has power remains on top and the once who has nothing are the once victim of such facts about life. you see its not the thought that makes it hard but such things like greed, pride, and lust make it difficult for a man to do whats right. what I’m saying is giving hope is different from tolerating laziness because everything starts from our hope a dream a life what we want to be what we believe we can achieve so giving them houses grants a new beginning to live up to everything they done wrong and to move forward as a new person.

  56. Jeniña B. San Juan
    Jeniña B. San Juan

    Poverty is one of the big problem on our country. Because of the corruption on our country, the government don’t give an action for this. Many Filipino people are homeless and jobless. Because of that they commit crime for them to afford food for their family. Sometimes, they do drugs for them to dont feel how strave they are.

    I support this advocacy for the homeless filipino people. To voice out their complaint but don’t have the strenght.

  57. Homelessness is a byproduct of capitalist system which drive the rural poor whose lives are ruined and driven to the urban areas in search of jobs! since they are uneducated and unskilled they end up being lumpens and eke out a hand to mouth existence and live on the pavements and roadside! philippines is still boasts a rural majority and hence creating jobs in the Agricultural sector can alleviate this problem to some extent. But successive governments focus their attention on creating jobs in the urban areas and fertile lands are sold at a throwaway Price to the so called industrialists and multinational Corporations! As long as there is no policy change, there is no redemption to the unemployed and the homeless people!

  58. johnry guillema
    johnry guillema

    the government especially the dswd and doh should do precautions about the poor so to lessen the beggar in the street.

    johnry guillema – civ151

  59. Ryan Jasper MIguel Carlos
    Ryan Jasper MIguel Carlos

    Ra 31151
    Subject: This act will give make homeless have their homes.

    section 1: This act will also be known as ” Bahayan 2017″
    section 2: The government will provide houses for the people that are homeless. They will also help those people to have programs that will help them in their daily lives and lastly the government will also provide jobs for them.

  60. im better than rizal because i live with the advance technology that i can i use for better life living.

    CIV151

  61. REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

    REPUBLIC ACT NO. 82811

    Section 1 – This act shall be known as “Shelter for Filipinos”

    Section 2 – The state shall provide the Filipinos their right for shelter, to prioritize that each individual has home to live together with his family and to ensure that adequate resources can be found on the environment their house stand and to give quality security and protection to any household.

    Section 3 – The government allot budget to National Housing Authority to prioritize that they may give housing loans to individuals who can certify that they are really homeless. NHA shall establish a quality and affordable houses to Filipinos who really needs shelter.

    -Agustin, Jayvee
    ECE151

  62. michael fajarito
    michael fajarito

    R.A. 50022
    This act is for the citizen of the Philippines who don’t have their own house.

    Section 1: This act will be known as “Free Houses 2017”.

    Section 2: This is for the protection of the filipinos from any incidents in the streets who don’t have their own houses.

    Section 3: This act will provide a free shelter or houses for those filipinos who are living in the streets, near the river and many more.

    Michael Fajarito
    ECE151

  63. R.A. 7689 “Free House”

    Sec 1. An Act shall be known “Free House”

    Sec 2. All Filipino Homeless must support by the Local Government. They must support the needs of the Filipino homeless.

    Sec 3. Local Government must provide houses for homeless and provide separate funds for the needs of every Filipino homeless.

    -Troy Gonzales
    ECE151

  64. Kier Vincent V Oclares
    Kier Vincent V Oclares

    Republic Act 10938
    This act will give the homeless a second chance for bright future.

    Sec 1: This act shall be known as the “Homeless Second Chances”.

    Sec 2: The government will give the homeless a loaned shelter to live in and a job so that he or she may obtain a salary for food and clothes. The government will also make sure that the homeless will receive security.

    Sec 3: If the homeless is able to pay for the loaned shelter? He or she and the household will receive the Deed of the house.

    Kier Vincent V. Oclares
    ECE151

  65. REPUBLIC ACT OF THE PHILIPPINES

    Republic Act 15468

    Section 1- This act shall be known as “Housing for Homeless People Act”.

    Section 2- The government must help the homeless people by giving them a house and a job.

    Section 3- The homeless people must receive a donation from the government every month either a foods or a clothes.

    Ofamen, Darryl M.
    -ECE151

  66. Rose Marl Cheong
    Rose Marl Cheong

    Poverty is a kind of problem which cannot be obliterated in just a short span of time. Reduction of its rate requires serious attention, plans, strict implementation and budget. Overtime, people who suffer in poverty will increase in number if this problem won’t be resolved gradually. We aren’t blind and have surely noticed how worse this problem had become. People suffering from poverty got nowhere else to live and can be seen occupying places anywhere in streets from waiting sheds to sidewalks and other public places as their temporary shelter. I feel sympathetic, like every Filipino should feel for their fellowmen. If I’d be able to implement a law it would be for their welfare. This law shall be recognized as “A Home For The Poverty-Stricken Act of 2017” or “Republic Act No. 71021” . Upon its full implementation, the state shall ensure that every Filipino who can’t support any of their basic needs will be welcomed to a community in which they will be provided with a play to stay, together with people who were suffering from the same condition. Aside from basic needs, they will be provided with jobs suited to their capabilities and be prepared to become an independent individual in the future. Once a person decided to opt out from this program, he/she will be considered capable of living on his/her own and will never be given another chance to become a beneficiary of the program again. Strict implementation of this law must be practiced. Denying the right of an individual to become a part of this program is a serious offense, punishable by range of three to five years of imprisonment.

  67. Rose Marl Cheong
    Rose Marl Cheong

    Poverty is a kind of problem which cannot be obliterated in just a short span of time. Reduction of its rate requires serious attention, plans, strict implementation and budget. Overtime, people who suffer in poverty will increase in number if this problem won’t be resolved gradually. We aren’t blind and have surely noticed how worse this problem had become. People suffering from poverty got nowhere else to live and can be seen occupying places anywhere in streets from waiting sheds to sidewalks and other public places as their temporary shelter. I feel sympathetic, like every Filipino should feel for their fellowmen. If I’d be able to implement a law it would be for their welfare. This law shall be recognized as “A Home For The Poverty-Stricken Act of 2017” or “Republic Act No. 71021” . Upon its full implementation, the state shall ensure that every Filipino who can’t support any of their basic needs will be welcomed to a community in which they will be provided with a play to stay, together with people who were suffering from the same condition. Aside from basic needs, they will be provided with jobs suited to their capabilities and be prepared to become an independent individual in the future. Once a person decided to opt out from this program, he/she will be considered capable of living on his/her own and will never be given another chance to become a beneficiary of the program again. Strict implementation of this law must be practiced. Denying the right of an individual to become a part of this program is a serious offense, punishable by range of three to five years of imprisonment.

    Cheong, Rose Marl
    ECE151

  68. A lot of Filipinos have been living by the streets, under the bridges, along railways and the like. The less fortunate people must not be deprived of the chance of living in a safe place. By the time passing, our population is becoming larger and the population of the homeless is also getting bigger. By implementing the law R.A. 76180 – “Home for the less fortunate”, people who are earning not more than 5,000 a month must be prioritized by the government and must be provided with a safe house to live in.

    Astrologio, Ada R.
    ECE151

  69. Patricia Cordero
    Patricia Cordero

    R.A 34572

    Section 1: This law is named as “A Home for the Homeless Act”

    Section 2: The government will allot a budget for the said program. Not only that they will be given a house, they will also be given seminars to help them in their livelihood problems.

    Section 3: Shanties will be cleared out and people living in it shall be relocated in a place where they can live comfortably and peacefully.

    Section 4: However, in order for them to fully own the house, they need to have a job where they make sufficient money. They need to live independently and should not be always depending on what the government will provide to them.

    Patricia Cordero
    ECE151

  70. It is such a depressing scene to see homeless people on the streets with no shelter to live and no food to eat. The people only need just a little push from someone to help themselves, and this will be possible if the government will help them. A law may help their poor lifestyle with Republic Act no. 3200 whereas it indicates that the government shall provide these people with a house and a job. The people will undergo a job seminar and training program provided by the government. While on training, the government will also help the children with their education. Upon the succession of training and they can settle now in living, the government then will cease to support them. Failure to attend the said program will result with three to five years of imprisonment

  71. Joeen Marie D. Banday
    Joeen Marie D. Banday

    Republic Act of the Philippines
    Republic Act No. 1223

    Section 1 – This act shall be called “Rent-to-own housing Act”

    Section 2 – An act that requires the government to build rent-to-own houses for those people who are homeless or simply wants to have a house but they cannot afford.

    Section 3 – This act will give the people a chance to have their own house once they are fully paid. Every payment on monthly rent will be deducted to the total price of the house and lot.

    Banday, Joeen Marie D.
    ECE151

  72. Transnational – This is not only in our country it is a huge problem worldwide.

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