26 days after reaffirming our commitment to progress, peace and the future of our people and in greeting to the Day of Indigenous Resistance, a new decent home was delivered in Villa José Benito Escobar of District VI of Managua, benefiting the family of Mrs. María Josefa Guevara López, who for many years lived in precarious and vulnerable conditions in the face of adverse weather conditions.
In an atmosphere of joy and celebration, the protagonist María Josefa Guevara expressed her gratitude to the Good Government and the Embassy of Taiwan, for the construction of her new house and said that her old home was flooded because the land was in a low area, but the Municipality filled it in, compacted it and built it, where it will live in a dignified and safe way.
The work was inaugurated by the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado and Mr. Jaime Chin-Mu Wu, Ambassador of Taiwan in Nicaragua, who ratified the support of his people and government for this program that provides security and well-being to the most families. needy.
For her part, Mayor Rueda expressed the commitment of Good Government to improve the living conditions of Nicaraguan families, with the different projects and programs that guarantee peace, progress and the future, such as the construction of 19 decent homes, a work of road improvement, in February and other asphalt coating works, paving, the rehabilitation of the health center and the Arcoíris Child Development Center (CDI), in addition to the rehabilitation of recreation spaces.