Building Homes
 
Building Homes for Impoverished Families in Palawan, Philippines
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Issues We Address

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Agape Love Foundation Inc. is committed to building houses for impoverished families who do not have the financial means to construct or purchase a safe - livable home. We will be partnering with the community of Gawad Kalinga “Sunset Ville” in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines to carry forward the construction of 20 duplexes that will house 40 families. Land for the community as well as community centers and schools has been donated by the government and upon completion the community will house a total of 64 families. To date 24 families now have a safe place to call home thanks to the generous support of ICM and Gawad Kalinga. However, for the last 1 and 1/2 years construction has stopped in the community because of  lack of funds to complete the remaining houses for the 40 identified families, the “beneficiaries”. As such Agape Love Foundation will be partnering with the community to carry forward the momentum and complete the construction of the remaining 20 duplexes to provide these 40 families with a place they are proud to call home. We are asking for your support in partnering with us financially, so that we can finish building the homes at Gawad Kalinga “Sunset Ville”.

The Issue
 
The Philippines is the 12th most populated country in the world

There are 94 million Filipinos 

25 million Filipinos live in poverty 
(Less than $0.75 USD/day)

10 million Filipinos live in subsistence, only enough money to pay for food 
(Less than $0.54 USD/day)

[The World Bank 2011]http://data.worldbank.org/country/philippinesshapeimage_7_link_0
Click here to read the stories of families in need of assistance and those who have already received assistance Building_Homes_Continued_2.html