Caracas, May 31 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan government is still delivering homes through the Gran Mision Vivienda Venezuela (GMVV), to reach the goal of three million.
The Minister of Habitat and Housing, Ildemaro Villarroel, on his return from Kenya, where he participated in the first Assembly of the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat), stressed in Twitter that the nation was recognized as a leader in defending the right to a decent roof.
‘We show the achievements of our Revolution in housing. We are going to break the media blockade and, above all, tell the world that we continue to be a sovereign and dignified country. GMVV is on its way to the three million homes given to the people’, Villarroel specified.
The Minister reported that as part of the international meeting in Kenya he held meetings with representatives of Mozambique, Serbia and Botswana, with whom he shared experience in the development of the sector and strengthened cooperation ties.
Villarroel and the Algerian delegates also coordinated a technical visit and exchange to know about the strengths of each nation in the area.
With 2.641.110 million housing units delivered to date to homeless families since its creation in 2011, the housing program fulfills one of the objectives of Agenda 2030 for sustainable development, outlined by the UN.
The Venezuelan Government goal is to build five million homes before late 2025.