Safeguarding the lives of families and in response to the effects caused by the passage of tropical storm Julia, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua executed an emergency plan that began from the outset and continues to be developed to restore all the damage caused.
With this plan, the evacuation of families at risk, pruning of trees and clearing of roads, cleaning and sand removal of riverbeds was carried out; as well as the delivery of construction materials to families who suffered partial or total damage to their homes.
“Following the instructions of the Commander and Compañera Rosario, to be permanently accompanying our people in the emergencies caused by tropical storm Julia, from the first moments the entire disaster prevention and mitigation system was activated, all week in preparation for face the possible consequences in the best possible way, we work hard to clean the drainage, visit the critical points, we have covered part of the damage that has occurred, we continue with the visits with the Mayoress and Deputy Mayor, Councilors, touring different places accompanying the families, completing the damage assessment and giving the first responses”, reported the Secretary General, Fidel Moreno.
As a result of these rains, 86 homes were affected throughout the municipality of Managua, of which 51 homes suffered temporary flooding, partially destroyed roofs were reported in 31 homes and 4 collapsed homes, which are being rebuilt in the United Nations and Walter Ferreti neighborhoods. of District V, in the Alexis Arguello neighborhood of District VI and in Los Corteses of District VII; In addition, mats and food packages were delivered.
Also, the commune crews were deployed to provide care in different parts of the capital, given that 130 fallen trees were reported.
These actions are carried out in compliance with the model of Citizen Power and Direct Democracy, promoted by the Sandinista Government from the municipality, to guarantee the well-being and security of families in the capital.