At the federal level, to provide public, private and civil society actors with new tools to facilitate and diversify the means of housing support for low-income families in order to increase access to decent housing. The specific objectives of this operation are: (i) connect housing supply and demand, to facilitate access to decent housing; (ii) develop and implement a sustainable National Housing Improvement Microfinance Program for low-income families, and thus reduce the qualitative housing deficit (inadequacy); and (iii) strengthen the National Housing Plan and the National Housing Policy, promoting socio-environmental sustainability as well as the training of subnational public government officials, engineers, technicians and the diversification of the Housing of Social Interest HIS programs.
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