Wednesday, January 19

They benefit 76 families from Arraiján with housing under contract 79-15

Jessica Jaén, 35, who was a cancer patient, and his son, received a new housing solution on Tuesday in the township of New emperor, district of Arraiján, province of Western Panama.

Jaén is part of a group of 76 families belonging to communities of Arraiján that will enter the New Year 2022 with a comfortable and safe home built through contract 79-15, of 40.96 square meters, delivered by the Ministry of Housing and Territorial Planning (Miviot).

The adult lives together with her 18-year-old son Alcibíades López, in her parents’ house and they have no economic income. Previously, Jaén worked as a promoter in the Nuevo Emperador Communal Board, earning a monthly salary of 300 balboas per month.

On a house-to-house tour, the head of the Housing portfolio, Rogelio Paredes, Accompanied by a government team, he visited this family and two more and gave the keys to the residences, to improve people’s quality of life.

The second single-parent family impacted with the National Government’s social works is the one made up of Batilda Ortega, 56-year-old, who lived in the Casco Antiguo sector, in the Vista Alegre district, with Bendha Rivas, her 16-year-old daughter who has spastic cerebral palsy.

The adolescent receives help from the Guardian Angel and Universal Scholarship program, and Ortega is retired, with those contributions they support the home.

According to him Miviot Department of Social WorkThey live together in an annex with block walls, a cement floor and a zinc roof.

Paredes also came to the La Cascada sector, in the Arraiján Cabecera district, to give the family of Belgium González, 50 years old and Ivan Miter, her 21-year-old son who was born without his left upper limb, for which he has a prosthesis.

The adult before the pandemic was dedicated to childcare and currently the only support she receives is from the Panama Solidario plan voucher.

Other families that will start the year 2022 with a new house are those made up of Yeremith Cerrud, 25 years old; her husband Joel Brown, 26 and her daughter Vayoleth Brown, 1 year old, who live in the La Coraza neighborhood, in Vista Alegre; and of Yarissa rodriguez, 23, in New Emperor.

Cerrud, who has had episodes of easy paralysis, was caught residing in a room at her mother’s house, where she cares for her little girl who suffers from severe hydrocephalus.

On the other hand, Rodríguez lived attached to her mother’s house, in a room she shares with one of her brothers and her nephew.

All the housing solutions have a living-dining room, kitchen, hygienic bathroom, laundry room and a small portal.

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