Monday, January 13, 2014

Yolanda Temporary Shelters in Leyte that cost P830,000 Each Soaked due to roof holes

The Bunkhouses or temporary shelters for Yolanda survivors being built by Philippine government that cost P830,000 (US$18,624) each in Leyte, Samar got soaked due to holes on the roof.

These Bunkhouses are being built in different areas in Leyte and Samar. These will be the temporary shelter of typhoon victims while the government is still preparing permanent housing for them.

The bunkhouses will be made of coco lumber wooden frames, GI sheet roofing, plywood walls and flooring, and cement footing.

A bunkhouse with a common toilet/wash area and kitchen will be composed of 24 units with an area of about 8.64 square meters per unit to accommodate a family of five members.

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