Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Jun 27, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Mar 20, 2018
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According to the World Bank, this project will contribute both to the recovery of households affected by Hurricane Maria and to the improve the application of resilient building practices in the housing sector. To accomplish these goals, the project has 3 main components as follows.
1. Support for Housing Recovery Systems and Capacity Building: This part of the project, organised around setting up systems to manage, expedite, and monitor the housing program, includes three subcomponents: Development Planning Support to Technical Assistance Centers and the Project at the Local Level; (ii) Development of Management Information Systems, to Support Planning and Monitoring Processes in Project Agencies; and (iii) Technical Design of a New Physical Development Planning Office.
2. Support for Reconstruction of Houses: This component aims to deliver subsidies for owner-driven reconstruction and replacement of damaged and destroyed homes. It features two subcomponents, Support for Reconstruction of Houses and Design and Supervision of House Reconstruction.
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