This Friday, August 11, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, made María José Hernández a protagonist by right, with the delivery of a new Decent Housing in the Alfredo Silva neighborhood, in the II district of the capital.
María Hernández, 34, currently works in a recycling company. For many years she and her family lived in a critical social situation. During the winter season, their old house was flooded, causing their things to get wet.
The keys to the new house were handed over by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who announced that 90 houses have been handed over in this neighborhood, including today's.
“We are happy, very happy, especially because we have been serving all the families that live in vulnerability, we are in the Alfredo Silva neighborhood of District II, where we have been transforming the quality of life of families, through those policies that promotes our Good Government”, affirmed Mayor Rueda.
The protagonist thanked God, the authorities of the Good Government and the Mayor's Office of Managua for a dream come true, "they helped me quickly because my house was already collapsing, my house was made of wood and part of quarried stones, but already all that It was in completely bad shape and with winter everything went away”.
In the new home, María José will live with her two children, ages 12 and 9.