Free West Papua : Government Building Houses for Villagers for Students in West Papua

Reported from Liputan6, Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (Ministry of PUPR) through the Directorate General of Housing Supply completed construction of 50 special housing units (Rusus).
This special house is for low-income people living in Wasambin Village, Maybilit Bay District, Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua.
Rusus built is a type 36 house, equipped with furniture, water and facilities and utilities infrastructure (PSU) such as environmental roads, drainage, electricity and water. This condition is expected to increase the comfort of the occupants.
The draft that was completed in 2016 was recorded to cost Rp. 9.6 billion.
"In addition to the MBR, the development of Rusus in Papua is also intended for religious / customary leaders, conflict-affected communities, officers, education and health personnel who work in border areas and former OPM members," PUPR Minister Basuki Hadimuljono said in his official statement on Tuesday ( 08/14/2018).
Director General of Provision of Housing at the Ministry of PUPR, Khalawi Abdul Hamid, this special development is not only located in West Papua but almost in all provinces in Indonesia.
During his stay in Papua, Khalawi Abdul Hamid also visited the Flats of Muhammadiyah Sorong STKIP Students in Mariat Pantai Village, Aimas District, Sorong Regency, West Papua. The student flat is completed in 2017.
The 3-storey 3-story flat has a total of 37 rooms with a construction cost of Rp 16 billion.
At present, the flat has been occupied by 150 students with cheaper room rental costs than the surrounding boarding houses. "Take care of an orderly atmosphere so that you can learn well and comfortably," Khalawi said.
The Ministry of PUPR through the Directorate General of Housing Provision continues to improve the standard of living of low-income people (MBR) to have a prosperous and livable house.
The provision of MBR housing is carried out through special development, housing, stimulant assistance for Self-Help Housing (BSPS) and infrastructure assistance, facilities and utilities (PSU) for subsidized housing.
The program will support the achievement of the one million home program target to reduce the shortage of housing backlogs in Indonesia which is still at 11.4 million units in 2015.

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