Capture and help thirty homeless people in the district of Panama


Of the 30 homeless people, three voluntarily decided to enter the Nueva Vida Camp for their rehabilitation.

Capture and help thirty homeless people in the district of Panama

Three of these people voluntarily decided to enter the Nueva Vida Camp for their rehabilitation. Photo: Courtesy

Thirty homeless people were recruited by the Mayor’s Office of Panama through the Social Management Directorate during an operation to recruit homeless people in various sectors of the capital city.
The operation, which was carried out jointly by the Government of Panama, National Police, Municipal Surveillance, Environmental Management Directorate and the Community Works Directorate, is part of the “Give yourself an opportunity” program that is carried out every 15 days, in the 26 corregimientos of the capital city and its objective is to capture people who are on the streets and homeless and carry out medical evaluations, haircuts, changes of clothes and study their social cases to try to give them a solution.
The deputy director of Social Development, Yessica Campos, said that homeless people who voluntarily decide to rehabilitate themselves will be taken to Camp Nueva Vida, located in Chilibre.
These 30 homeless people were taken to the Lions Club Gym, located on 5 de Mayo, where they received blood pressure measurements, psychological assistance, personal hygiene, haircuts, changes of clothes and breakfast.
Of the 30 homeless people, three voluntarily decided to enter the Nueva Vida Camp for their rehabilitation.

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