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Malabon provides new homes to 17 families 

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Malabon City - In another display of compassion and commitment to uplifting the lives of her constituents, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval joyfully handed over new homes to 17 families from Barangay Tinajeros. The heartfelt smiles on their faces were a testament to the profound impact these houses will have, providing not only shelter but also renewed hope and the opportunity for a better life.

The provision of these homes is a significant milestone in the city's ongoing housing and land development plan, particularly in the St. Gregory Homes community located in Barangay Panghulo. Mayor Sandoval expressed her happiness and gratitude that the city's vision of providing affordable housing and land opportunities is gradually becoming a reality. Each home symbolizes the collective effort to fulfill the dreams and aspirations of the residents of Malabon.

The new houses serve as a testament to Mayor Sandoval's unwavering commitment to addressing the pressing housing needs of the community. By providing secure and decent homes, she aims to empower families and enable them to break free from the hardships they have faced.


During the turnover ceremony, Mayor Sandoval emphasized the importance of housing not only as a physical structure but also as a symbol of hope and resilience. She assured the families that their new homes were built with care and quality, ensuring their safety and comfort.

The granting of these homes is part of the city government's comprehensive program aimed at alleviating poverty and improving the living conditions of its residents. It reflects Mayor Sandoval's strong belief in the transformative power of adequate housing in uplifting families and fostering a sense of community.

As the city continues to prioritize housing and land development, Mayor Sandoval urged the residents to remain steadfast in their dreams and aspirations. She encouraged them to seize the opportunities made available to them and work hand in hand with the local government to achieve their goals.

The event was filled with gratitude and a renewed sense of hope as the 17 families received the keys to their new homes. The joyous occasion served as a reminder that the city of Malabon is committed to building a brighter future for its residents, one home at a time.


Under Mayor Jeannie Sandoval's leadership, Malabon City is steadily progressing towards its vision of a more inclusive and sustainable community. By providing new homes to deserving families, the city government is making a tangible difference in the lives of its residents.

Mayor Sandoval expressed her sincere appreciation to all those who contributed to the success of the housing project, including the local government officials, volunteers, and partner organizations. Their collective efforts and dedication have made it possible to turn dreams into reality and provide deserving families with a fresh start.

As the city of Malabon continues to forge ahead in its pursuit of progress and development, Mayor Sandoval remains steadfast in her commitment to fulfilling the dreams and aspirations of every resident. Together, with the support and cooperation of the community, the city will continue to build a brighter and more prosperous future for all.

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