"The housing tender process will begin within a minimum period of 15 days, a guarantee from the deputy governor for the Technical and Infrastructure Sector, Edgar Marcelino dos Santos Hilário, coordinator of the technical team created for this purpose", reads in a note from the Government of the Province of Bié, to which VerAngola had access.
The statement also notes that "citizens over 18 years of age, with individual or family financial capacity, capable of paying rent, affiliated with a public or private institution, have not previously benefited from housing built with public funds and be accompanied by a photocopy of the identity card or citizen card".
In total, 376 T3-type houses will be made available, which will be distributed among civil servants, young people, companies, ex-combatants and veterans of the country, people with disabilities and the general public.
The largest share is dedicated to civil servants, with 112 habitations. Next is the youth with 75 houses.
Public and private sector companies and the general public share the same number of properties, with 56 each.
For emergency reservations, 37 houses are reserved, while for former combatants and veterans of the country and people with disabilities, 18 houses are reserved each.
These criteria for membership were assessed at the second extraordinary session of the provincial government, which took place this Tuesday and where the criteria for access to the housing project for the 500 houses were also assessed.
"You will have access to the housing project of the 500 houses, citizens residing in risk areas (ravine and rainwater crossing lines), of the municipality of Cuito, with 200 of the 450 available residences (since 50 of them have already been occupied in a first phase aimed at rehousing vulnerable families), will be marketed, with a quota aimed at youth", the note reads.
It is recalled that the contract for the second phase of Centralidade Horizonte started in May of last year, having been concluded this year. According to Angop, in the first phase of this project, more than 2000 houses were built, all of which are already occupied.