The new issue of our YP E-Newsletter is ready for download. For this November-December issue, we featured updates about our project in Guiuan, particularly the housing project in Homonhon. We also included for our feature article the lecture circuit done by our TAO technical staff these past two months in the different universities as well as the estate management workshop under SHFC. Our YP intern, Ericka Llabore, also shared her experiences working for TAO-Pilipinas. Announcements about the International Symposium on Seismic Retrofit of Unreinforced Masonry Churches in the Philippines is also included. To download the latest issue, just click on the photo.
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The latest issue of our YP E-Newsletter has a new cover design and layout. This August-October issue features the turnover ceremony for the 40 permanent shelter built in Manicani Island, Guiuan, Eastern Samar. It also features an article written by our youngest staff, Engr. Lorena Hernandez, narrating her fieldwork experience in Homonhon with our Admin ladies. The discussion points shared in our 2nd TAO Forum on Sustainable Communities is also featured in this issue. Aside from these featured articles, a very inspiring YP Reflection was written by one of our YP 2005 Workshop Alumni, Enika Hernando. In her reflection, she shares her journey into doing community development work and becoming a development practitioner. We have also posted a call for donations for our annual Christmas gift-giving activity. To download the latest issue, just click on the cover photo.
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TAO-Pilipinas is looking for a Program Staff for our Research and Publications Program. If you want to engage in community development work and have a background in architecture, engineering, planning or similar profession, then you might be interested to work for our organization.
We will accept applicants with at least two (2) years’ experience in a private, academic or non-government research institution working on issues concerning sustainable human settlements development and holistic urban development. Broad experience on the conduct of researches and documentations is an advantage.
For interested applicants, please read the following terms of reference before applying. Application procedure can be found in the given link.
In this latest issue of our YP E-Newsletter, we featured our recent trip to Homonhon where our technical staff conducted a participatory design workshop for the barangay evacuation center in Homonhon. Updates about the latest development in the Manicani Sustainable Shelter Assistance Project of Tdh-Germany are also included together with the student interns from the College of Engineering and Architecture of TIP QC. A YP Reflection written by our foreign intern, Andy Sztark, can also be read in this June-July 2015 issue. Network activities attended by TAO staff are also part of this latest issue.
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