House for Angelica Bueso
Project: House Construction

Submitted: March 2016

Solicitor: Angelica Padilla Bueso

Location: Roberto Pineda Neighborhood of Santa Cruz de Yojoa, Cortes


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Project Justification: Why do you need the project?

Angelica Padilla is a widow who has a large family with a low income. They don’t have a dignified home of their own to live in. Their current home provides inadequate living conditions.

General Objective: What do you hope to achieve with the project?

To come alongside this family as they seek to leave their desperate conditions. We seek to work side-by-side as Heart to Honduras, the municipal government, and beneficiary family.

Development Strategies: How are you planning to execute the project?

  1. Assure that all legal documents are in order.

  2. Socialize (explain and present) this project with: Municipality y HTH

  3. Utilize local resources like: Block, stone, sand, manual and masonry labor.

  4. Seek the support of: Municipality, beneficiary family and HTH.

  5. The project will be executed under the supervision of the Department of Community Development.

Beneficiaries: Who and how many will continually benefit from this project?

Angelica Padilla Bueso (70) her son Luis Alonso (23) and two grandchildren Kevin Josue (7) and German Ariel (3).

Supervisor’s Note: Angelica’s husband died 23 years ago, leaving her to raise her family on her own. She currently lives in a small house made of wood and metal roofing scraps. Her son Luis helps her around the house and contributes financially. The family earns a total income of ~$250/month. This solicitation was facilitated by the local municipal government of Santa Cruz de Yojoa as it seeks to provide housing assistance to it’s citizens in most urgent material need.

Collaboration:

  • The municipal government will provide sand and block ($250). 
  • The beneficiary will provide stone, assistant labor and mason’s labor ($240). 
  • The local church will collaborate in the demolition of existing structures and construction of the new ones. They will also store materials at the church for safe-keeping throughout the process ($50). 
  • The remaining materials and carpenter’s labor are requested from a Heart to Honduras donor.

Total amount requested from outside donor $2720.oo


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