Angola National housing program- (KORA)
Addressing the housing issue and prioritizing low-income families in a continuous and coordinated manner across all levels of government and the private sector is a challenging task. The goal is to ensure the right to decent housing and access to essential services.
To tackle this challenge, the National Housing Program of Angola aims to expand electricity access and promote the installation of various essential services. This includes efforts to urbanize precarious settlements and improve infrastructure, thereby providing decent housing for all citizens.
Expanding public electricity services is a top priority as it directly impacts health, education, comfort, security, and income generation. The absence of electricity prevents the population from accessing basic social services such as water, sanitation, education, and communication. The electrification efforts are closely tied to the modernization of the urban space and ultimately enhance the quality of life for the urban population.
As part of the National Program of Urbanism and Housing of Angola, the electrification of several centralities has been completed, including Lossambo (Huambo), Cuito (Bié), Quilomosso (Uíge), Sumbe (Cuanza Sul), Caála (Huambo), Luena (Moxico), Ondjiva (Cunene), Bailundo (Huambo), Caxito (Bengo), and Cabinda.