This Wednesday, August 26, the protagonist Wendy Vanesa Durán and her family were benefited by the Dignified Housing Program in its fourth stage, receiving house number 324, in the Villa Reconciliation North neighborhood of District VI.
During the inauguration of the new home of the Durán family, the Vice Mayor of Managua Enrique Armas reiterated the commitment of the Central Government to change the lives of families living in situations of vulnerability and highlighted that the Dignified Housing Program has built in this neighborhood 19 houses more.
At the same time, the Ambassador of China (Taiwan) Mr. Jaime Chin-Mu Wu, recalled that his country has already been supporting this program for two years and that in that time the lives of more than 300 families in the capital have been transformed, But the Central Government has carried it out for many years before and in admiration of this work to improve the lives of the most vulnerable families, his country will continue to support this project for the benefit of the population.
Wendy Durán, along with her husband and their 4 children, lived for 25 years in their previous house, which was made of zinc and every time it rained, the water was poured into their home.[vc_images_carousel images=”33107,33108,33109,33096,33097,33098,33099,33100,33101,33102,33103,33104,33105,33106″ img_size=”large”]