What is an ANCOP home?
An ANCOP home is a modest 200-250 sq. ft. home with the following features:
What is the cost of an ANCOP home?
An ANCOP home costs from $3,600 which covers the basic material cost of a 200-250 sq. ft. home. Labor cost comes from sweat equity: beneficiary and volunteer labor. Site development cost (deep wells, pavements, sewer systems) and peripheral costs (multi-purpose halls, playgrounds) come on top of the $3,600.
What is an ANCOP village?
An ANCOP village is a community composed of 20 to 100 homes of poor families living in a clustered or contiguous area.
What are the criteria for ANCOP area selection?
What are the criteria for ANCOP beneficiary selection?
Who owns the land on which ANCOP homes are build?
For land donated to the CFC-ANCOP, usufruct agreement entered into between the foundation and beneficiaries. As for the land donated to the CFC-ANCOP: communal ownership by all beneficiaries. It could also be land owned by beneficiaries amortized with the National Housing Authority (NHA) local government, or private owners. CFC-ANCOP never build on land where people are squatting. The Kapitbahayan has a control system that prevents selling land for a 5 year period.
How do donors know where their money goes? What kind of feedback do they get?
Donors received a profile of the ANCOP community projects annual progress report and completion report. Donors are encourage to visit ANCOP sites.
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