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Family from the San José neighborhood now has a safe and decent home

The Decent Housing Program benefited the protagonist Rosa María García and her family in the San José neighborhood of District II. Starting this Wednesday, June 8, they will no longer suffer the ravages of winter, because they received the keys to their new home. , which guarantees them to live comfortably and safely, that the water will no longer pass into the interior of their house.

Doña Rosa María is one of the founders of the neighborhood, she currently supports her family by working as a housekeeper and comments that for many years she dreamed of building her house to live better and sleep in peace, without worrying that one day the house would fall on top of them. , but his low income did not allow him to make that dream come true and he spent many winters in anguish.

“Today I thank President Daniel Ortega and Compañera Rosario Murillo for their support, thanks to them and to the compañeros from the neighborhood, who helped me make my dream come true. I feel happy to have my new house, feeling safe and more so in this rainy season, every time winter came the worry that the roof would collapse was part of our lives, but thank God that is finally over” said the beneficiary.

The Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, was in charge of bringing this blessing to the protagonist and took the opportunity to express her gratitude to all the families who have relied on the strategies and programs carried out by the Government of the Sandinista Front, to transform the lives of so many families that for years have lived in vulnerability.

At the same time, the mayor of the capital explained that this is house number 24 being built by the Decent Housing Program in the San José neighborhood, which has 3,250 inhabitants.

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