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Published on Jun 30, 2016
2015 was the first year in which the RHP delivered housing solutions to beneficiaries in larger numbers. As at the end of May 2016, over 350 families or 1 000 persons had been provided with houses or apartments, bringing an end to 20 years of displacement and living under dire conditions. Construction works are ongoing in all four Partner Countries and more than 1 800 beneficiary families have been selected to receive housing solutions, out of over 7 000 units thus far approved by the RHP Fund Donors for financing.
Refugees and internally displaced persons are provided with the most suitable housing modality based on their needs and family profile. They can choose either voluntary return to their country of origin or integration in their place of current residence.
The aim of the RHP is to provide housing solutions that are durable. To enhance the sustainability of the RHP, the Partner Countries continued to foster the ownership of the Programme among local authorities. Furthermore, the RHP stakeholders (and in particular the Partner Countries and the Donors), continue to provide complementary measures to facilitate the integration of targeted beneficiary groups and to provide them with employment and other opportunities.