As the country continues to grapple with the economic, social, and health impacts of the pandemic, the housing crisis continues to intensify due to COVID-19. By 2040, it’s expected that the housing need of the Philippines will hit over 22 million. To close the gap, the housing sector needs to build 250,000 houses a year.

This June 16 (Wednesday) at 10 a.m., join Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with BusinessWorld Insights, in the latest “BAHAYnihan: Rising Together through Housing” series to discuss how the business sector can explore viable, inclusive, and mutually beneficial business solutions that can help close the housing gap and contribute to economic recovery. Read more about the third BAHAYnihan Online Forum via BusinessWorld.

Respond to our Facebook Event Page and set your reminders on to watch the forum live: bit.ly/bahaynihan3

Want to learn more about the housing situation in the country?
Check out the previous BAHAYnihan Online Forums.

BAHAYnihan 1: The Owner-Driven Construction Segment and Impact of COVID-19 on Housing
BAHAYnihan 2: The Role of Local Government Units in Providing Adequate Housing