The Bolivarian government will close 2017 with the delivery of 1,926,448 of dwellings for vulnerable families as part of the Great Venezuelan Dwelling Mission Program (GMVV according to its Spanish acronym), reported today.
This last week of the year 8,881 new homes will be delivered in various parts of the country, which will reach the projected figure, indicated the Minister for Housing and Habitat, Ildemaro Villarroel.
According to a report published on social networks, the Great Mission Barrio Nuevo, Barrio Tricolor culminated the rehabilitation of over 4,000 homes, which reaches the 569,218 restored dwellings throughout the national territory.
It was also known that over 947,000 Venezuelans will receive their property deeds from the National Land Institute.
Created by the commander Hugo Chavez in 2011, the GMVV allows the delivery of a decent house to low-income Venezuelan families.
Initially, it served to assist families who lost their homes due to the intense rains suffered by Venezuela at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, according to the Agencia Venezolana de Noticias.
After covering the needs of those affected, the program remained to serve Venezuelans who could not acquire their own home due to the high cost of real estates, the news agency reported.