19 February 2013

Tanzania: NHC Pleads for Stakeholders' Cooperation

Morogoro — NATIONAL Housing Corporation (NHC) in Morogoro has asked other government institutions to cooperate with them to attain the government policy of providing good life to all Tanzanians.

Speaking to the 'Daily News', NHC Regional Manager Veneranda Seif said the issue of development involves many stakeholders so everyone should play their part to achieve development goals.

"We are building houses for Tanzanians and in this process there are so many government and private institutions that have to play their part, such as construction of roads, putting up water infrastructures and distributing electricity," she said.

Ms Seif also appreciated the cooperation that her office gets from Mvomero District Executive Director Ms Sara Linoma who has made possible for the houses to be built in the district. She said NHC cannot determine where the road should pass until the district government surveys and puts the road marks as well as showing where the water infrastructure will be laid.

She said because of the cooperation from the DED, NHC is building 40 houses in Dakawa area in Mvomero which will be sold immediately after completion. Construction started in January this year and is expected to be completed in early May.

Ms Seif said NHC in Morogoro region is also planning to build 50 houses in Kihonda Kilimanjaro area in Morogoro Municipality and they expect the construction to start this year. NHC in Morogoro Region owns about 600 houses which are used for residential and commercial purposes.

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