Secretary of State Housing, Flávio Amary, explained that the objective of Viver Melhor is to provide ‘better conditions’ for families
O State of São Paulo launches, this Wednesday, the 21st, the program Live better, which aims to recover homes in precarious settlements that are in susceptible regions or in the process of regularization. In an interview with Morning newspaper, gives Young pan, the state secretary of housing, Flavio Amary, explained details of the project. According to him, unlike other programs, Viver Melhor does not aim to build new projects. Instead, the goal is to carry out renovations, such as improving flooring, ventilation, sewage, water supply and the properties’ waterproofing. “It is important to understand the housing deficit to create personalized solutions. For each problem, a solution.”
Flávio Amary highlighted that, following the governor’s determinations João Doria and vice Rodrigo garcia, the program will serve the poorest population living in irregular areas, improving living conditions, health and accessibility. At this first moment, the focus of Viver Melhor are 450 families who live at kilometer 20 of the Via Anchieta, in São Bernardo do Campo. “Many times we remove the families, put them in other houses and, many times, they sell what we gave and they return to the risk area. Understanding this difficulty, we looked for an alternative. We have an innovative program that seeks to regularize and make investments. Make these families able, even because of the pandemic.” The registration of the first families has already been done. The goal, however, is to reach 4,500 families in the metropolitan region with R$ 90 million in investment between 2021 and 2022.