SHFC, DAP unite for quality excellence

THE Social Housing Finance Corp. (SHFC) and the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) joined forces through a memorandum of understanding that would pave the way for the academic institution to provide vital technical assistance to SHFC through the Capability-Building Intervention on Quality Management System.

Social Housing Finance Corp. Executive Vice President Junefe Payot (right) and Development Academy of the Philippines President Engelbert Caronan Jr. (2nd from left) sign a memorandum of understanding for the Capability-Building Intervention on Quality Management System in a ceremony held in Pasig City on Aug. 9, 2023. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Social Housing Finance Corp. Executive Vice President Junefe Payot (right) and Development Academy of the Philippines President Engelbert Caronan Jr. (2nd from left) sign a memorandum of understanding for the Capability-Building Intervention on Quality Management System in a ceremony held in Pasig City on Aug. 9, 2023. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

SHFC Executive Vice President Junefe Payot and DAP President Engelbert Caronan Jr. inked the agreement in a ceremony held at the DAP Board Room in Pasig City on Aug. 9, 2023.

The signing was witnessed by SHFC Legal Affairs, Asset Management, Partners, and Human Resources Senior Vice President Leo Deocampo and DAP Productivity and Development Center Director Ma. Theresa Agustin.

The grant has been awarded to SHFC through the Government Quality Management Program (GQMP), a national government-funded initiative that promoted quality improvement in the public sector.

Caronan congratulated SHFC for being selected as one of the GQMP recipient agencies and affirmed DAP’s support to help the agency improve its capability to enhance its quality management system.

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For his part, Payot expressed optimism about the overall impact of this undertaking on the corporation, emphasizing that it aligned with the larger goal of enhancing SHFC’s services in delivering housing programs to its beneficiaries.

“We are very grateful for this grant given the challenge of providing 1 million homes every year for the next six years. For us to deliver this huge number, we need to ensure that our management systems are very efficient,” he said.

SHFC has been the main implementer of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s Pambansang Pabahay Para sa Pilipino Housing Program, which sought to address the country’s 6.5 million housing backlog.

Visit www.shfc.dhsud.gov.ph for more information.

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