UNITY, PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP KEYS TO STAYING COVID-FREE
San Isidro Labrador Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (HOAI), a community in Barangay Moonwalk, Parañaque, took the adage “it takes a village” to the next level, combining unity and effective leadership in mitigating the impact of COVID-19. These traits have been working wonders for the 34-member association as it has zero positive cases reported despite the high number of infections in the city.
SOLIDARITY OUTSHINES PANDEMIC: THE BRAVE FRONTLINERS OF CENTENNIAL 1-B HOAI
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to our lives, with the wearing of masks and social distancing becoming the new norm. As most economic activities grounded to a halt due to the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), the majority started to feel the difference.
BAYANIHAN HOAI EXEMPLIFIES COMMUNITY SPIRIT DURING COVID-19 CRISIS
As the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, Bayanihan Homeowners Association, Inc. (HOAI), a community in Salinas I, Bacoor, Cavite, aptly embodied the essence of the famous Filipino trait of communal unity. Showing collaborative effort, the officers took the lead in devising preventive measures against the disease while members demonstrated enhanced cooperation to implement the strategies successfully.
ANSWERED PRAYER: LAGUNA MOM GETS OWN LAND THROUGH GOD’S GRACE
The moment Ma. Cristina Tabilog of Sto. Niño Nurpa HOAI got hold of her own TCT on October 25 in San Pablo, Laguna, sheimmediately pointed to the sky and whispered a silent prayer of thanks. “Napatunayan ko po talaga na sapat at mabuti angDiyos sa buhay ng mga taong nagtitiwala sa kanya,” she said, with emotions effusing from her voice...
WITH TITLE ON HAND, PAMPANGA BUDDIES SEE MORE SUNNYDAYS AHEAD
The sun in the municipality of Magalang in Pampanga was as bright as ever on the morning ofSeptember 16. It carried a radiance of promise, just like the aura of excitement that wasbuilding up on the faces of Joseph David and Ariel Layug as they eagerly waited for their names..
FROM CMP DOUBTERS TO HOMEOWNERS: BULACAN COUPLE SECURESKID’S FUTURE WITH OWN HOUSE
Owning a house felt like a distant dream for Von Edward Marquez and his wife, Ann, partner-homeowners from Policarpio VilleHOAI of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. But they were determined to turn it into reality for the future of their child and thatdream finally came true on October 9 when they received their transfer certificate of title (TCT) from SHFC.
MILLENNIAL MOM INJECTS INNOVATION TO DRIVE SUCCESS TO BUSINESS
Marife Mataba a 49-year-old “millennial mom” and president of Noah Homeowners Association, Inc. in Marikina City, manages a small traditional sari-sari store in their community. Prior to the pandemic, her store offers just the basic commodities such as canned goods, noodles, bread, and the likes. Restocking it has never been a priority. “Minimum wage earner kasi ‘yung asawa ko kaya noong pumapasok pa siya walang gaanong laman ‘yung tindahan kasi umaasa talaga kami sa kita niya,” she admitted.