5 Luweibdeh families to get apartments through Royal grant

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AMMAN — The Ministry of Social Development said on Saturday it is forming a committee to purchase apartments for five families who lost their homes as a result of the collapse of an apartment building in the Jabal Luweibdeh area in Amman, thanks to a Royal grant, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

“Based on Royal directives, the five families will receive permanent apartments, at a maximum of JD50,000 per apartment,” the ministry said in a statement.

On September 14, 14 people died and 10 were injured when an apartment building collapsed onto another building in the Luweibdeh area.

The ministry said that it provided cash and in-kind assistance to all those affected by the collapse of the building, noting that the amounts ranged from JD2,500 to 15,000.

The ministry said that “the value of the cash donated for the benefit of the affected people amounted to JD76,417.470, including JD37,692.470 through the eFawateercom platform.”

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