Tuesday, April 02 2013 @ 03:24 PM UTC
Contributed by: Anonymous
This incident left a toll of 64 affected families, which were attended by social workers of the institution until the late hours of the night.
Baruco said "this government does not forget Colón and that is why in this province there are several housing projects built, such as: Irving Saladino, Nueva Providencia, Praderas de Buena Vista.
He said what comes now, is to make social-economic evaluation of the families, to determine the status of each one and thus direct them to that program the institution may apply, so they can get a home in their own future in a stable and secure way.
At the moment, these families will be subsidized for 10 months, so they can live in a place temporarily while they look for a permanent solution and that way, they can be applied to programs implemented by the Ministry of Housing and Land Management (Miviot).
In both entities as the Government and the Mayor of Colón rely on food, while the Zona Libre of Colón is responsible for the needs of infants.
On the other hand in the province of Panama, the deputy director of Social Development, Asdrubal Ulloa and a team of social workers, met with six families who were affected by the fire on Saturday March 30th, at Calle Segunda Parque Lefevre, where the evaluation was performed and found to be subsidized for three months until they find a solution. (ESTRELLA)