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Central Highlands builds houses for poor

Update: May, 13/2013 - 10:32
Central Highlands provinces are set to continue to build new houses for 46,000 poor households between now and 2015 under guidelines from the Central Highlands Steering Committee.—Illustrative image/VNA/VNS Photo
DAK LAK (VNS) — Central Highlands provinces are set to continue to build new houses for 46,000 poor households between now and 2015 under guidelines from the Central Highlands Steering Committee.

Regional provinces including Dak Lak, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Dak Nong and Lam Dong have so far invested over VND999.8 billion (US$47.6 million) in building 43,345 new houses for poor households.

An addition to State funding, the money was mobilised from organisations, businesses and donors.

Dak Lak Province has the largest number of poor families enjoying support through the Government's policy on housing for the poor.

The province has built more than 12,850 houses for the poor, reaching its target one year ahead of its schedule. — VNS




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