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Boa Vista: Demolition of tents and rehousing of families in social housing will begin in July – Director General of Housing

Sal Rei, Jun 23 (Inforpress) – The demolition of tents in the Southern part of the Boa Esperança neighborhood will begin in July and families will be rehoused in the social housing in Chã de Salinas, under the Program for Rehousing and Tent Eradication.

This information was announced by the Director General of Housing, Eneida Morais, who spoke to Inforpress about the program for rehousing families living in tents in the Boa Esperança neighborhood, a process started in 2017 with a registration list of 517 families.

Inforpress has been in contact with two residents of the Boa Esperança neighborhood who say they are “anxious” for the move to social housing, claiming that it will give them decent housing and safety conditions, specially at this time when tents are most noisily because of rain.

“I’ve lived here for six years with my children. We’ve been told to wait for the contracts so we can move into social housing, but I haven’t been contacted yet.

I can’t wait for this to happen,” said Siomaria, who counts the days to live in a dignified house without fearing for the safety of her three children.



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