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Land & Housing
The process of distributing land begins with preparing agglomerates because it was discovered that the essential infrastructure that can bring economic and social development must be brought to agglomerates so that people can get attracted to live there.
According to MINALOC program, people should live in well arranged agglomerates, because of that Kirehe District prepared at least one village in each sector so that it can be used as exemplary to others and this village should be having all the essential socio-economic infrastructure.
Kirehe District doesn't have a good town plan. The settlement, up to now, is still dispersed, the biggest number of the houses are not well constructed and they are dispersed on the slopes of the hills. it is a very small number of people that are living in agglomerates.
This dispersed kind of settlement does not allow many people to easily get access to essential socio-economic infrastructure. And it also doesn't favor agriculture because its not good to cultivate or graze on scattered pieces of land. It does not allow access to land for agriculture and the problem of the cultivable land is very crucial in this District.
In addition, dwelling houses are built in poor quality and nondurable materials. Most of these materials, in almost the whole district are made out of mud bricks with straw roofing.
 


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