Doña Paula Ilda Calero López is the new protagonist of the Decent Housing program in the Primero de Mayo neighborhood of District IV, where the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua built her new house as part of the restitution of rights to low-income families.
The elderly protagonist is 96 years old and for more than 5 decades she dreamed of having a safe house where she could shelter with her family.
“First of all, we thank God because the President has remembered us, our colleague Rosario Murillo, the Mayor’s Office because they have put their batteries to make my mother’s house quickly, we as poor people could not have been able”, he commented. his daughter Carmen Calero, 73 years old.
During the official delivery of the keys, the Secretary of the Council of Managua, Jennifer Porras López, once again reiterated the commitment to care for families living in vulnerable conditions, "with great joy we are sharing with the family of doña Paula, a a fighting woman who at 96 years of age is making her dreams come true, thanks to a Sandinista government that instructs us to continue working alongside the families that need it most.”
He also explained that since the start of this Decent Housing Program, 25 families in this sector have benefited, including today's, among other road improvement projects, storm drainage that have brought well-being to the residents and this year The Primero de Mayo neighborhood will be one of the beneficiaries of the Annual Investment Plan projects.