Making dreams come true for families living in vulnerable conditions, the Managua Citizen Power Mayor's Office, through the Decent Housing Program, immediately built two new homes for the protagonists Dolores del Carmen Ocampo Monge and Claudia del Socorro Ortiz Ocampo ( mother and daughter), inhabitants of the La Luz neighborhood, located in District I of the Capital, who in recent days lost their homes due to the poor state they were in.
The La Luz neighborhood has 4 thousand 818 inhabitants distributed in 964 families and with the housing program from 2011 to date a total of 11 houses have been built, which benefit the same number of families, including this installment, which today receive their completely comfortable and safe home, affirmed the Secretary of the Council of Managua, Jennifer Porras López, during the delivery ceremony.
"Making the delivery to Doña Dolores, two families live on this land, her two eldest daughters, single mothers, who lived in the little house that collapsed along with hers, they are two houses, in celebration of Nicaraguan mothers' day, as part of the restitution of the rights of our Good Government”, said Porras.
With tears of joy, Mrs. Dolores Ocampo thanked God and the Sandinista Government authorities for blessing her with her home, "I always had hopes that someone would help me, thank you all, because the next day we were asking for help, they came." .
"Happy and super happy, grateful, we are proud to have this house, since we are going to share it with two sisters, thank you because they also gave it to my mother and my brother, thank you very much, now we are not going to get wet," he said. Sara Ortiz, daughter of the protagonist Ocampo.
Since 2017, the Municipality has carried out park maintenance and rehabilitation works in this neighborhood, with an investment amount of 4 million córdobas. Also, installation works of gratings for drains were carried out with an investment of 247 thousand córdobas.
During the first quarter of this year with the Streets for the People Program in District I, 16 million córdobas have been invested in the construction of a little more than 26 blocks, in the neighborhoods: René Cisneros, Memorial Sandino and the districts Thank God and Felix Pedro Chavarría.
Similarly, with the Annual Investment Plan, 22 projects will be executed, between major and minor works, with an estimated investment amount of 33 million córdobas in road improvement, storm drainage and mitigation works.