Nomadic Taimyr reindeer breeders and fishermen to get snap-together homes
About 104 families from among small indigenous peoples of the North leading a traditional lifestyle on the Taimyr Peninsula will get snap-together container-like homes.
The home kits include building materials, ready-made parts and components, tarpaulin, a gasoline generator and a stove with a pipe. According to the municipal district’s Department for Small Indigenous Peoples of Taimyr, Agriculture, Commercial and Hunting Activities, this support is provided under the Krasnoyarsk Territory’s program for preserving and promoting the traditional lifestyle of small indigenous peoples and their economic activity, and over 33 million rubles have been allocated from territorial and federal budgets.
Forty families of hunters and fishermen from the towns of Ust-Avam, Volochanka and Levinskiye Peski and the city of Dudinka in the Dudinka Municipal District, the towns of Nosok, Kazantsevo and Vorontsovo in the Karaul Rural District, as well as the towns of Popigai and Syndassko in the Khatanga Rural District, will receive these snap-together homes.
Funding has also been allocated for the families of hunters facing hardships, and this will make it possible to provide 16 other families of fishermen and hunters with collapsible housing.