Pictorial: State of Moroto Modern Houses

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Constructed six years ago by the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), the state Moroto Modern Houses is at stake. The modern houses were constructed for elders and vulnerable persons after recovering from warring activities in Karamoja. 

Each village with modern houses has 20 houses with two bedrooms, 10 kitchens and five pit latrines of four stans each. They were furnished with solar, bedding and house furniture among others. 

However, all the houses have developed huge cracks. Some have fallen naturally and others blown up by the wind. 

The beneficiaries live in fear but those who can afford have opted for Manyattas, their original housing model. 

The houses are found in Nachuka and Loputiput villages in Nadunget sub county and Nakapelimen in South Division, Moroto Municipality. They were constructed by the UPDF engineering department. 

URN brings some of the pictures from Moroto Modern Houses. 

 

To license these photos, contact Douglas Mutumba, Client Relations Officer. Email: dmutumba@yahoo.co.uk; Office: +256 414 530777; Cell: +256 758 745021.

 

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House blown up by the wind at Nachuka modern village.


People sitted under the verandah of modern houses at Nachuka which are cracked.


Maria Nate and Nakiru entering their house at Nachuka village which has a broken door. Inside the house is full of halls.


Gabriel Losia shows the cracks in the house he lives in at Nachuka village.


The state of pit latrines at Nachuka modern village.


Occupants of the houses at Loputiput modern village washing infront of the kitchen now turned into residential house.


Resident at Loputiput modern village sits on the bed given by OPM for beneficiaries. Her house fell down.


Remains of the house that fell on seven people last year.


Luke Iriama shows cracks in his house at Loputiput modern village.


Maria Nate, LC1 chairperson Loputiput modern village sitted in one of the houses now being reignforced by mud.


An elder sitted infront of the dilapidated kitchen which she sleeps in at Loputiput modern village.


View at the verandah at Loputiput modern village.


View at the fair side of the houses which still have solar panels on the roof in Loputiput modern village.
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