The Housing Project was launched in 2011 by the Bolivarian government and over 12 million Venezuelans have benefited from the initiative.
The Housing Project implemented by the Venezuelan government benefits more than 12 million of Venezuelan, said the Minister for Housing and Habitat, Ildemaro Villarroel Monday.
The Minister added that almost three million homes were built since the housing program was launched in 2011. Villarroel pointed out that 37.4 percent of the houses were made with the help of the population who was provided by materials and technical advice.
He said Venezuela would continue constructing despite the destabilization the country is facing.
La #GMVV ha tocado el corazón de cada familia venezolana para demostrar que ante las adversidades existe la luz de la esperanza. El #HitoHistórico 2 millones 600 mil es la prueba irrefutable e incuestionable de que la #Revolución garantiza máxima protección social pic.twitter.com/jVLxLsGb4u— Ildemaro Villarroel Arismendi (@IMVillarroel) 16 avril 2019
"The #GMVV has touched the hearts of every Venezuelan family to show that in the face of adversity there is the light of hope. The #HitoHistórico 2 million 600 thousand is an irrefutable and an unquestionable proof that the #Revolution guarantees maximum social protection"
A total of 94,122 homes were built with the assistance of companies from Brazil, Turkey, Iran, China, Belarus and Portugal.
The president of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro said the Plan is aimed to reach the construction of five million houses by 2025.
The "Great Housing Project" was implemented to help families affected by heavy rains in Venezuela at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011 and was later extended to the rest of the population due to economic reasons.