The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Some 41 families from different indigenous territories will get a new wooden house, thanks to the board of the Housing Mortgage Bank (BANMHO), who approved funding for the construction of their houses with Bono Family resources, for a total amount 345 million colones.
According to the bank, all the beneficiaries were qualified Indian families in extreme need, in particular household heads working as agricultural laborers or subsistence crops work.
The socioeconomic study also reports that a total population of 147 people will benefit.
Each of the families will receive a home with an average cost of 8.4 million colones, including foundations on concrete slab, a roof of zinc sheets, and wood components for the external and internal walls, floors and roof structure. The sanitizing solution is through latrine.
The 41 houses has so far been distributed as follows: 20 in the Indigenous Territory of Nairi Awari Cabécar located in Pacuarito of Limón and 13 cases are resident settlers in Upper Chirripo in Turrialba, Cartago.
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
San Jose, Costa Rica