Thursday, 25 April 2013

April community work to focus on renovating genocide survivors’ houses

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Most houses for genocide survivors need renovations
 The end of the month of April community work which will be on Saturday the 27th.April.2013 in the whole country will be precisely on projects to renovate the houses for vulnerable 1994 genocide against the Tutsis survivors announced the ministry of Local Governments.
Dr. Alvera Mukabaramba the state minister for public development and social affairs in the message she passed out to the 30 districts in the country stated that the community work for Saturday the 27th will specifically done in villages through renovating houses for the vulnerable genocide survivors.
The announcement also specified the categories of people whose houses will be renovated including vulnerable widows of genocide, old man and women who have no family members due to the 1994 genocide, needy orphans of genocide, poor and sickly genocide survivors and any genocide survivor who is worth the support.
Local leaders are to make lists of the people whose houses will be renovated and their houses and to solicit the help of engineers and people who are aware of construction in the villages and cells.
Concerning the tools they will use like soil, sand, stones and water they will be provided by the neighbouring families of the homes that will be reconstructed and in places where this will not be possible, these will be got from the FARG and MINALOC budgets in the districts.
For the houses beyond simple repair that will take more money to renovate them, Dr. Alvera Mukabaramba states that they should be left aside for they will be included in the 2013/2014 budget. In villages with no genocide survivors with houses to be renovated, they will have to renovate houses for other vulnerable people in the village.
Every district will have to select the site that need more enforcement than others and that is where the community work on the district level will be done. Actions to renovate the accommodation for the 1994 genocide survivors will be done once a week till the end of July 2013.
According to the research carried out by MINALOC in 2010, there are about 13000 houses for genocide survivors all over the country that need to be renovated.


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