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    Millionaire budget for comprehensive transformation of vulnerable communities

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    Presupuesto millonario para transformación integral de comunidades vulnerables

    The confirmation that what has been done in communities such as La Clementina, Punta Alegre or Liborio will not be a snack, but rather a comprehensive transformation strategy for vulnerable neighborhoods with a vocation for sustainability, can be read in a report prepared by the Government Secretariat in Ciego de Ávila.

    This year 77.3 million pesos are approved that will allow work in 66 neighborhoods of 32 popular councils, throughout the provincial geography. In total, 794 actions are planned which, in turn, will respond to 151 proposals from the population, some considered historic ones.

    Isabel Eng Pernas, head of the Government Secretariat, updates and saves each figure, argument and plan in the computer system, like someone who cannot afford to lose a piece of information. It is not that execution depends on what a piece of paper says, but the official knows that the realization of actions begins with organization and planning.

    As he told Invasor, the budget for the transformation of vulnerable communities and neighborhoods was assigned centrally, although what is destined for repairs and maintenance in the municipalities will be used. Thus, by quarters, progress will be made in various directions, say the repair of roads, rehabilitation of schools, warehouses and medical offices, construction of recreation and sports areas, and eradication of dirt floors.

    Compared to what was done in the second half of 2021, the forecast for 2022 is a little lower (794 actions against 990 last year), but perhaps what is definitive here is not the figure, but the perseverance, rigor and sustainability of solutions to social problems and debts.

    The provincial plan is based on the reports by territory, which were discussed and approved in January by each of the municipal assemblies of People's Power. If no step was violated, at this point in the year each community knows the scope of the actions because, as the highest leadership of the country has insisted, it is the people at the base who determine what is done and where.

    A quick look at these reports reveals, for example, the completion of the aqueduct in Corojo, 5 state homes in El Frutero and the repair of the bakery in Pesquería, all in Baraguá. In Chambas, among other actions, the iron bridge will be finished in the Ignacio Agramonte neighborhood and a bio-healthy gym will be installed in Biscusia. While in Ciro Redondo, the plan foresees eradicating 10 dirt floors in the Manguito community, as well as electrifying 17 homes in Laguna Vieja, among others.

    Morón citizens will have to put all their efforts into repairing the Tuero medical office—as was said during a visit to the municipality by the member of the Central Committee of the Party and its first secretary in the province, Carlos Luis Garrido Pérez, already outlined in this newspaper—and complete the comprehensive rehabilitation of the Patria shopping center. Meanwhile, Florencia will put material and financial resources to repair the road from the Pitirre hill to Blanquizal, in the first quarter, and in the third to improve the conditions of the social circle in Limpios Grandes.

    • Comprehensive transformation of neighborhoods: settle debts and bridge gaps

    With this transformative impulse, two more classrooms should be “born” at the Carlos Paneque school, in the Ognara community of Violeta, and the small Pedro Ballester boulevard should be remodeled.

    Now that more people have moved to the Cañero Massif, it will be essential to recover and improve the internal roads of the community, which is why it is at the top of the pending list in Venezuela, as well as the delivery of a home to a mother with three children in La Ofelia.In Miraflores and the rest of the vulnerable communities in Bolivia, the plan is ambitious and it has to be because the proposals are also abundant. The actions range from painting and beautifying public spaces to improving basic services such as the aqueduct, pharmacies and medical offices.

    They will do the same in Majagua (Orlando González and Limones Palmero) and in the main municipality, where they will work in seven communities and neighborhoods, with a budget of more than 40 million pesos.

    According to Eng Pernas, the work system of the provincial and municipal instances has incorporated the systematic check and control of compliance with these plans, as well as direct exchange with the population.