The five Canchaque district, located in the province of Huancabamba, the Piura region, which connects its villages with the province's capital, is being reconstructed at the same time, the Reports Agency for Changes (ARCC) reported.
During a visit that monitored the work of Pusmalca, Hualcatal, Santa Rosa, La Afiladera and Quebrada Onda bridges, the ARCC officials verified that there are heavy machines working on each of the five interventions.
According to ARCC, each road infrastructure is reconstructed with the change component: it will support heavy cargo traffic so farmers can take out their products.
The Pusmalca bridge, for example, before it was destroyed by the rise of the river with the same name, derived from the El Niño phenomenon, was a small road infrastructure, but vital to being the one that gives access to the largest number of villages (8 ) and two districts: Lalaquiz and Bigote.
ARCC fulfills its function of replacing the infrastructure damaged by El Niño Costero 2017 Fenomenon with the change component in the work.