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Haiti - Social : Handing over the keys of 242 houses in Terrier-Rouge
22/10/2017 08:32:33

Haiti - Social : Handing over the keys of 242 houses in Terrier-Rouge
Inaugurated for a year now this brand new village, unoccupied for unexplained reasons, will finally receive more than 200 families. Indeed, Stéphanie Auguste the Minister of Social Affairs and Labor in the presence of Charles Ernest Chatelier, the Director General of the Economic and Social Assistance Fund, Yvon Buissereth, Director General of the Public Enterprise Housing Promotion (EPPLS), proceeded to hand over the keys of 242 houses to the inhabitants of Terrier-Rouge. Throughout the duration of its vacancy EPPLS, partner in this project has provided maintenance and monitoring of the village.

This project whose construction lasted two years, was funded at over 3.5 million at 75% by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and 25% by the organization "Food for the poor".

Each house is built on an area of 42 m2 with a living room, two bedrooms, a modern toilet, a kitchen and a gallery. Electricity 24 hours a day is provided by solar panels installed on the roof of each house The water supply comes from a large tank located east of the main entrance. A road service will take care of the sanitation of the village.

According to the pre-established contract, each beneficiary family will have to pay 2,000 Gourdes each month for 5 years. At the end of this period, families will become the legal owners of their homes.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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