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Acahualinca Integral Development

During the visit made by the Secretary General for Cooperation of the Kingdom of Spain, Mr. Gonzalo Robles, to the Acahualinca Comprehensive Development Project that was executed with the support of the people and government of Spain, he affirmed that his government and he personally are more than satisfied, proud and happy for having been able to bring dignity and solidarity, and the most important thing that social justice was given to more than 258 families in this sector, and this forces us to continue maintaining it logically with the unity between the Government, the Mayor's Office Managua and the population, said the Spanish diplomat.

Mr. Gonzalo Robles was received by the Mayor of the capital, comrade Daysi Torres, the Vice Mayor, Enrique Armas, the Vice Chancellor Valdrak Jaentschke, José Manuel Mariscal, coordinator of the Spanish International Cooperation, among other officials of the municipality.

It should be noted that 42 million dollars were invested in the Acahualinca Comprehensive Development Project and contemplates improving the environmental and socioeconomic conditions of the families of 15 neighborhoods in this sector of the capital, but mainly with the 258 families that resided in La Chureca.

The Spanish delegation made a tour of the EMTRIDES Solid Waste Treatment Company where 500 garbage expeditioners work, the sanitary landfill of the disappeared La Chureca landfill, as well as Villa Guadalupe, which has 258 decent homes for the same number of families, a a medical center, a police station, a park, a Child Development Center, CDI, a primary school, among others.

For her part, the Mayor of Managua, affirmed that today the 258 families that previously lived among garbage, poverty and unhealthy conditions, today have a better world.

“We have plans, we have dreams, so that our children grow up in a better environment than the one we had and that today has totally changed. But also the families that live in the remaining 15 neighborhoods have benefited from the construction of schools, sports fields, drinking water, and women and young people have been trained in technical careers, carpentry, electricity, computers, among others.

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