HomeLifeGMVV activates shelters to serve families affected by the rains

GMVV activates shelters to serve families affected by the rains

The Minister of Popular Power for Habitat and Housing, Ildemaro Villarroel, announced that shelters were activated in the capital city and in the state of La Guaira, to serve the families of Macarao and Kennedy affected by the weather phenomena.

He stressed that through the Rainfall Plan established by the National Government, they are doing a high-level strategic and operational review of the GMVV.

In this sense, the holder of the Housing Portfolio, together with officials attached to the Ministry of Popular Power for Internal Relations, Justice and Peace, as well as 70 Municipal Housing Bodies and 24 State Bodies in 100 connected rooms throughout the country , led this Wednesday the meeting of the Higher National Housing Body No. 27, where he offered the information.

Minister Ildemaro Villarroel instructed all Municipal Housing Bodies to activate, register and diagnose the Municipal Technical Offices for Land Regularization, which is provided for in the Special Law for the Comprehensive Regularization of Land Tenure in Settlements Urban and Peri-urban, which establishes the perfect methodology, as well as the creation of the Urban Land Committees and the creation of the INTU since 2012.

On the other hand, it reported that since 2019, there were 37.948 families in GMVV shelters, and to date there are 1.383 families in 50 shelters throughout the country, thanks to permanent care.

Given this, he assured that this year 2021, 150 families have been transferred to decent shelters, where a comprehensive care methodology has been created.

He specified that it is in the phase of culmination of knowledge of the AVV Juvenil, where 42 young people from Chamba Juvenil participate and in coordination with the Ribas Mission of the Ministry of Popular Power for Education, they have integrated 2 engineers, 4 technical supervisors of works, 1 builder, 8 bricklayers, 1 masonry assistant, 2 carpenters, 5 electricians, 2 painters, and 15 workers, who receive training, to begin the construction of 152 homes.