A few days before celebrating the Christmas holidays, the families of the Georgino Andrade neighborhood will open 5 new paved blocks, thanks to the Calles para el pueblo Program. With this new project, the program achieves an advance of 1,299 completed blocks, as reported by Secretary General Fidel Moreno, during a tour of the District VII neighborhood.
This project covered with asphalt 5 blocks that were in their natural state for 47 years, has an investment of a little more than 2.5 million córdobas and benefits more than 6 thousand inhabitants.
“We share with the families about the needs and challenges we have to continue working in 2022, what our plans are for 2022, but above all we will celebrate the culmination of one more project of this important program, which has allowed us to complete up to this moment 1 thousand 299 blocks”, explained Moreno.
The capital official confirmed that the Mayor's Office of Managua over met the expectations of the Streets for the People Program, which is expected to conclude at the end of December, achieving more than 1,300 streets throughout the capital.
“We hope to emulate a program of this type in 2022. Thanks to the strong support of President Commander Daniel and Compañera Rosario, who are permanently busy caring for Nicaraguan families, particularly improving the living conditions of Managuans.”
At the same time, he highlighted the importance and progress that the new streets bring to the communities, improving the conditions and services that the inhabitants receive on a daily basis.
“The streets for the people also improve real estate conditions and give families the possibility of being able to rent a room, be able to develop an economic activity, improve road circulation and so, God willing, we will continue this week and the following week to be able to meet the goals”, added the Secretary of the Commune.
The Georgino Andrade neighborhood has had four major projects such as streets, sanitation and drainage.
Doña Nubia Isabel Blandón has lived in the neighborhood for 47 years and she explained that they have dreamed of this project for a lifetime.
“We feel more than happy these streets were impassable, for years neither taxis nor ambulances entered, it was something impossible, one had to leave on foot with their patients or enter on foot and now our life has changed, because they are going to enter and even caponeras are going to come to work on this side of the neighborhood”, said the protagonist.