Representatives from Generation Amazing and FundLife with Tacloban City Vice Mayor (Sambo Yaokasin) 2nd from the left).
The news comes after several visits from Generation Amazing representatives to Tacloban and positive meetings with Tacloban City Officials about the need to create more sporting and educational opportunities for youth affected by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).
When complete, the Generation Amazing Community Center (GACC) will be a 1,200 sq/m community-owned space. The purpose-built structure will include a multi-purpose sports hall, integrated learning and employment training room, community canteen offering healthy and affordable meals as well as a community co-study and co-working space.
The structure will sit in Tacloban North, strategically situated between several post-Yolanda resettlement communities and will be accessible to over 30,000 children that currently lack access to structured sports or football training.
FundLife Team with Plentex Philippines.
The project was made possible by Tacloban Mayor, Alfred Romualdez, who backed the land to be developed for community development and is a committed supporter to ensure even more opportunities are given to motivated children from Tacloban.
An opening ceremony for the centre will be held in May 2020; following construction completion, the space will act as the primary venue for the Girls Community League, Tacloban (GCL Tacloban).