CHR builds new office building

ZAMBOANGA. The Commission on Human Rights is constructing a P15 million worth of edifice to house its own regional office in Zamboanga City. A photo handout shows Mayor John Dalipe (left) joining the groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, March 6, signaling the start of the project situated at Porcentro in Tumaga village, Zamboanga City. (SunStar Zamboanga)
ZAMBOANGA. The Commission on Human Rights is constructing a P15 million worth of edifice to house its own regional office in Zamboanga City. A photo handout shows Mayor John Dalipe (left) joining the groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, March 6, signaling the start of the project situated at Porcentro in Tumaga village, Zamboanga City. (SunStar Zamboanga)

THE Commission on Human Rights (CHR) is constructing a P15 million worth of edifice to house its own regional office in this Zamboanga City.

The regional office building is situated at Porcentro in Tumaga village, Zamboanga City.

Mayor John Dalipe together with CHR Chairperson Richard Palpal-latoc, CHR Commissioner Beda Epres, CHR Regional Director Judelyn Macapili and Go Just Project representative Robert Francis Garcia led the groundbreaking rites of the project Monday morning, March 6.

The Go Just Human Rights Project aims to improve the quality of life of all Filipinos by empowering individuals, their neighbors, and the duty-bearers in upholding human rights.

The new CHR building worth P15 million will be co-funded by the European Union and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation through the Go Just 2 Human Rights Project. (SunStar Zamboanga)

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