The Decent Housing Program reached Sector G of Villa Venezuela in District VII of Managua, to benefit Mrs. Bernarda Matilde Alemán with the delivery of a new, safe and decent house, changing the reality of this low-income family, who after After the first rains, his old house was seriously damaged when a mango tree fell on it, shattering its walls.
The new protagonist is 70 years old and has lived in this house for 40 years where she is accompanied by her eldest daughter and her granddaughters, “I feel happy and grateful to the Lord for having given me this house, our President Daniel Ortega, the Companion Rosario Murillo and the Mayor's Office may God bless you, because this is a gift from God, only he could do it”.
Jennifer Porras López, Secretary of the Managua Council, presided over the house delivery ceremony and, when giving her statements, highlighted that only the plans and policies promoted by the Good Government are effective, because they reach the most vulnerable families, “this Program of Decent Housing comes to respond to all these needs of families and we are honored to be part of that effort, of that tireless fight against poverty that we have been working from the different programs and projects, today we thank God for sharing with the family and Doña Bernarda's neighbors”.
With this housing program, the housing infrastructure has been improved for 10 families in this sector who previously lived at risk, including today's protagonist Mrs. Bernarda Matilde Alemán.
The municipal official highlighted that in this area families have achieved different achievements, thanks to the significant investments made by the Municipality focused on legal security with the delivery of property titles, road infrastructure, storm and sanitary drainage, among others.
He reported that for this year, in this District VII, an investment amounting to 50 million córdobas is expected for the execution of 19 new projects in different neighborhoods with the Annual Investment Plan (PIA) 2022, as well as the improvement of 35 blocks through the Calles para el Pueblo Program.