Inhabitants of Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City, dislodged by the fire are currently engaging the city government to enable them to remake their homes regardless of whether the property is possessed by the University of the Philippines Cebu (UP Cebu).
Claudia Atil, 49, revealed to Cebu Daily News that her group of nine can't yet bear to search for a place where they can exchange.
Atil, whose family is remaining at Kamputhaw's Purok 8 exercise room, said they would respect suggestions to reblock the fire site on the off chance that it implied enabling them to return.
"Mas muuyon mi on the off chance that I-reblock kaysa sa iparelocate mi (We would incline toward reblocking as opposed to be migrated)," said Atil, who has been living in Purok 3, Barangay Kamputhaw, for over 20 years.
She said that for the present, they require garments and development materials so her family can begin once again.
"Pasalamat miserable mi nga naay tabang gaabot. Amo lang gyung hangyo kay makabalik mi (We are grateful for the assistance we got. In any case, we are truly supplicating that we can reconstruct our homes)," said Atil.
This was additionally the call of Danny (not his genuine name) whose two-story shanty was transformed into powder after the fire.
Danny, 35, said his pitiful pay as an organization driver isn't sufficient for him and his sibling, who is as yet examining, to locate another place to remain.
Both are currently remaining inside Purok 8's exercise room, too.
"Lisud mangita og kapoy-a run ilabi nga mahalon pitiful ang mga paliton (It's extremely elusive a place to remain particularly now that merchandise are getting costly)," he included.
Starting at 6 p.m. last Wednesday, the Department of Social Welfare and Services (DSWS) counted a sum of 194 families or 716 people influenced by the fire which broke out before that day.
Harm was pegged at P1 million.
This is the second fire that struck Barangay Kamputhaw this year and fire specialists are as yet deciding the reason for the fire.
Last August, in excess of 200 families living in a few segments of Purok 3 lost their homes to a fire.
Last August, in excess of 200 families dwelling in a few segments of Purok 3 lost their homes to a fire.
The greater part of the houses harmed amid Wednesday's fire were lodgings, a significant number of the rooms being leased by a few understudies of UP Cebu.
In a post on their official Twitter account, the UP Cebu University Student Council said that the college's guesthouse was utilized to suit UP understudies dislodged by the fire.
"UP understudies influenced by the fire in Kamputhaw may now clear to the UP Guesthouse. Simply present your ID or shape 5," the tweet said.
Authorities from UP Cebu and the city's Division of Welfare and the Urban Poor (DWUP) are yet to meet and talk about the destiny of the influenced families.