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6. Clean Water and Sanitation
Commence Phase 1 development of the Ohangwena aquifer.
Sustain investments into the development bulk water and sewer infrastructure, so as to eliminate the remaining 483 bucket toilets, by 2022
Launch Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) awareness to increase hygiene through the community construction of latrines at household level in urban and peri-urban areas throughout the HPPII period.
Promulgate the Rent Control Bill by the end of 2021, to enable the operationalisation of Rent Control Board(s) and implementation of Rent Control measures.
Establish an Urban Development Fund through bilateral cooperation with Development Partners to supplement funding for delivery of serviced land and housing, by 2022.
Allocate completed Mass Housing Development Programme units at Swakopmund (505 units), Otjomuise Ext 10, Windhoek (362 units) and Opuwo (24 units) and all other unallocated Mass Houses, by 2022.
Deliver 20,000 housing units countrywide by the end of the Harambee period, through the following public and private stakeholders: National Housing Enterprise (NHE), Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), Schack Dwellers Federation of Namibia, Ongos Valley, Regional Councils and Local Authorities and other private sector developers.
Scale up formalization/upgrading of 5 existing informal settlements countrywide throughout the HPPII period by rolling out the Flexible Land Tenure System and issuance of Certificates of acknowledgement of Land Occupational Rights which will be translated into Title Deeds to inhabitants residing in informal settlements, throughout the HPPII period.
Formulate a National Informal Settlement Upgrading Strategy in collaboration with the National Alliance and other stakeholders by end of 2021.
Proclaim 84 townships with economic viability by the end of the HPPII period.
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