395 Subsidized Houses in Papua Receive IDR 3.6 Billion Assistance to Build Roads

goodmorningpapua.com – A Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) through the  Housing Provision Agency (P2P) of Papua I in 2021 has built infrastructure, facilities and utilities (PSU) in the form of environmental roads for 395 subsidized housing units in Papua.

The distribution of PSU assistance was carried out in three regions, namely Jayapura Regency, Merauke Regency, and Jayapura City with a total budget of about Rp. 3.6 billion.

The construction of the PSU for 395 houses is divided into 60 units in Jayapura Regency, 100 units in Merauke Regency, and 235 units in Jayapura City.

A Director of Public and Commercial Housing of the Directorate General of Housing, Ministry of PUPR, Fitrah Nur, hopes that the construction of a road for subsidized housing in Papua can make the environment more comfortable and facilitate mobility.

“The existence of PSU assistance in the form of environmental roads is very helpful for the smooth running of the One Million Houses program in Papua. We want low-income people (MBR) who live in these subsidized houses feel comfortable and their living environment is well organized,” he said, Wednesday (22/9/ 2021).

The Head of the Papua I Housing Provision Agency (P2P) Directorate General of Housing, Ministry of PUPR, Faisal Soedarno, revealed that this PSU assistance was a stimulant.

This is given so that development actors, especially developers, can build more decent and affordable houses, especially for the Papuan people.

“With this assistance, MBR can get livable houses with a better quality environment because of the availability of PSUs such as adequate roads,” he said.

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