The Batwa as well as the other vulnerable people of certain Burundian communities live in the most deplorable conditions in isolated sites and pitiful makeshift dwellings. This problem of non-access to decent housing makes them discriminate against other communities of the Burundian population. This situation has been aggravated by COVID-19. This Project aims at the construction of 50 new houses and a durable and comfortable toilet per family which will make 375 beneficiaries.
Imagine a family of 7 to 8 people living in the same house with only one bedroom. children and their parents share the same room. These houses are built from huts made of branches and covered with grass and are the pity of sensitive hearts in this world of solidarity. these families still try to make a living from blacksmithing, weaving mats and pottery when this trade is outdated and no longer brings in anything following the emergence of modern kitchen utensils.What is forgotten is the toilet.
With the construction of a new house in durable materials with 3 bedrooms and a durable and comfortable toilet per family, which will delight approximately 375 direct beneficiaries, we hope that these families will live happily like other families.
The project will affect 375 beneficiaries including single women with children, disabled people allowing them to get out of poverty, discrimination and marginalization, mortality which will ensure the health and well-being of their families.
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