According to Angop, among the provinces that received new houses, Luanda leads the table: 10,428 houses were built in the capital.
It should be noted that the provinces of Huíla, Benguela, Huambo and Namibe also received 8000, 6000, 4001 and 4000 residences, respectively.
2010 houses were also built in Cuanza Sul, 1010 houses in Uíge, 425 houses in Moxico and 172 houses in Bié.
In the period in question, according to Angop, calculations indicate that more than 7,800 houses were built in the provinces of Bié, Moxico, Malanje and Luanda alone.
After all, if each residence accommodates a family of five people (average of the household), it can be concluded that these new housing projects made it possible to accommodate around 39,000 people over a period of around five years, writes Angop.
Also in the period under review, more than 887 plots of land with infrastructure in land reserves were made available, reflecting a degree of execution of around 95 percent compared to the objective set for the period 2018-2022.