Resettlement works begin for the community of Chancleta

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Resettlement works begin for the community of Chancleta
February
February 2011
2011
Resettlement works begin
Works begin on resettlements for the villages of Patilla and Chancleta.
for the community of Chancleta
Comprised of a total of 13.7 built-up hectares, a healthcare centre, community care offices, public recreation
spaces, and football fields are just some of the benefits
that will be enjoyed by the communities of Patilla and
Chancleta in their new villages.
The construction, which is moving forward following
the signing of the Works Initiation Agreement between
the contractor Coninsa Ramón H and the Cerrejón Resettlement and Lands Division, is a reality today that
will improve the quality of life for these resettlement
families.
Located next to the new village of Roche, on the trunk
road leading from Fonseca, two kilometres from the
municipality of Barrancas, these works will promote
continuity and safeguard the social fabric of these three
communities of Roche, Patilla, and Chancleta.
Construction firm Coninsa Ramón H. conducting the topographical survey
in the area.
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Like Roche,
each family unit will have a 300m lot,
and 85m house, and public utilities, including drinking
water 24 hours a day and a wastewater system.
Picture of what will be the main entrance in the new Chancleta village.
Once construction has been completed, estimated to
be in a year’s time, moving of the families will begin to address impacts generated by community moves, to
in order to maintain the World Bank guideline-based promote their adaptability and sustainability at the new
schedule for resettlement phases. The guidelines seek site.
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COMUNIDAD
CHANCLETA
No.
13
Youth with talent...
Symphonic Orchestra
By: Ladys González
On 28th January, the youth from the Symphonic Orchestra went to Cartagena to perform at the Hay Festival. While there, they met many important people including Pep Durán, Gaby Wood, and other people from
the industrial sector. Their performance took place in
the Santo Domingo Cloister.
Two youths from the community of Chancleta, Juana
Pérez Daza and Juan Manuel Pérez Daza, were among
the 90 youths.
Riohacha hard work
Hay Festival
Andrea Marulanda, a young woman from the community of Chancleta, during the discussion
groups held.
By: Miguel Ramos - Yoleinis Palmezano
Yesica Palmezano- María Angélica Ramos.
Recognition of
Photos: Jean Carlos García
Juana Pérez Daza and Juan Manuel Pérez Daza with Lina Polania, the newscast
presenter of Caracol Noticias.
Youth of the Committee receive their award.
On February 1, 2011, the Chancleta Communications By: Cristian Pérez – Ingrid Vanesa
Committee along with the other committees of Roche,
Tamaquito, Las Casitas, and Patilla, were invited to the On January 20, the youth of the Committee who participated in the nativity scene and novena in the communiHay Festival in Riohacha - Guajira.
It was a new experience; in addition to this, we met di- ty of Chancleta were given an award for working hard
fferent writers such as Daniel Mordinzki, Juan Gossaín, to complete activities in the community for Christmas
and Pep Durán, who spoke to us about literature and celebrations.
their experience as writers.
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Chancleta Community Bulletin
YOUTH WITH TALENT

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