More than 500 boys and girls who will be cared for in the 12 Child Development Centers (CDI) of Managua, will begin this Monday, January 17, the 2022 school year and will receive their cycle in a completely improved school environment, thanks to the Annual Investment Plans (PIA) developed by the Municipality in each of these centers, since 2015.
In the case of the CDI of Sabana Grande located in District VII, the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, during a tour carried out on the morning of this Wednesday, January 12, stated that the paint, the roof, the repair of games children and toilets, "we are reviewing to receive with great affection all those children, that the families place their trust, that the mothers and fathers who leave their children in each of these development centers have."
He also added that so far this center has an enrollment of 44 children and registrations remain open until completing 50, which is the capacity of the center.
“We feel satisfied and with a high commitment to continue serving and supporting, working together to see these children grow up in peace and harmony, but above all prepared, because children, in addition to learning their first letters, is independence, the discipline that it is vital for the development of the human being”, said Mayor Rueda.
To guarantee that this unconditional support becomes a reality, the Municipality works in coordination with the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of the Family, through a cooperation agreement to be able to serve families that demand this type of support. attention and help.
All CDIs are fully equipped and have trained personnel to provide comprehensive care to children, Monday through Friday from 7:00 in the morning to 4:30 in the afternoon. “The attention is from 2 to 5 years old, from 2 years old who are called Infante 2 and those from 3rd level who are 5 years old, we give them attention, love, teaching, before the CDI were daycare centers today they are educational centers, Children learn from a young age,” said Professor Carmen Jarquín, director of the CDI.
Each Child Development Center has a comfortable infrastructure adjusted to the needs of the minors, they have a kitchen area where they are served breakfast, lunch and a snack, there is also a playground, bathrooms and also classrooms where they have a time for teaching, recreation and reinforcement in the formation of children, which contributes to the well-being of the pampered of the home.
The closest neighborhoods to this CDI are: Villa Jerusalem, Ríos de Agua Viva, Residencial Belén, Villa Sol and the region of Sabana Grande.