Luele Mining Project embraces social responsibility


More than 300 families in Lunda Sul province are to benefit from three-bedroom social houses as part of the resettlement project for the population living in areas adjacent to the Luele mine.

The construction of the housing project, with supporting infrastructure such as primary and secondary schools, health posts and a police station, will cost around 12 million US dollars, an amount to be disbursed by the Luele Mining Project, as part of its social responsibility.

According to the management of Luele Mining Project, the houses, to be built on an area of 200 hectares, will be handed over to the local population in June 2024.

The local authority, Cafula Moçambique, was pleased with the initiative of the Luele project, considering it an important milestone for the community.

He also appealed to the management of Luele to extend the housing project and offer agricultural resources to other localities in the same district.

Various means of boosting agricultural activity in the community were also handed over on that occasion.

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